1. Activity done for enjoyment when one is not working.
2. The action or process of creating something again: “the periodic destruction and recreation of the universe”.
1. The imparting or exchanging of information or news.
2. A letter or message containing such information or news.
3. The means of sending or receiving information, such as telephone lines or computers
If you give a girl a Master’s degree in “Global Media and Communication,” what’s she supposed to do with all of that academia in her brain? I feel as if the average person never uses roughly 80 per cent of what they learned in school for their jobs. So where does that information go? Who knows? I could believe it recedes, disappears into the grey matter of your brain where information goes to die if it is no longer used.
Quite simply, this blog seeks to use the information I’ve culled from my education and from just living a 21st century life- to analyze the world around us. As I see it, pretty much everything we’re doing, creating, debating, and using these days relates to communication in some fundamental way, so I’ll be exploring that here.
Welcome to RecreationCommunication!