This may be your perfect topic or this class: both social media and global issues in one
Trump’s crazy 5G plan actually ‘diagnoses a real problem’
The US isn’t likely to build its own cellular network, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t real concern over wireless security.
President Donald Trump’s National Security Council has discussed the possibility of building a 5G network to counter Chinese spying on US mobile devices, according to report by Axios. The government-run network would supposedly protect emerging technologies reliant on 5G and ensure the US remained a leader in wireless.
The idea got shot down almost immediately by analysts and experts as well as all five FCC commissioners, including the three Republicans. Chairman Ajit Pai said he opposed the federal government building and operating a nationwide 5G network. Fellow Republican Commissioner Michael O’Rielly called the proposal “nonsensical.”
“I’ve seen lead balloons tried in DC before,” O’Rielly said. “But this is like a balloon made out of a Ford Pinto.”
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just a gentle reminder you are several days away from your final project.
I urge you to share with me your drafts, before final submission; your papers always have room for improvement.
I also encourage you to exchange final drafts with your peers and seek their feedback.
D2L discussion this week replaced by your improved final project draft
It will be more beneficial for class to focus on the final final project.
Please let me know, if questions, suggestions.
Your Final Project
In the past two weeks, you have worked on the proofreading and redrafting the version, you need to submit on April 5. Pls post any questions, issues, suggestions, you might have.
You can post on your blog each next [improved] version of your final project and letting a SCSU’s Write Place person help you with your improvements, by elevating the SCSU’s Write Place person to an “editor,” thus demonstrating also your ability to creatively take advantage of #SocialMedia.
you are not working toward your next draft for your final project.
As shared with you, your next draft will be a process of redrafting several times your manuscript.
I also shared with you the most common areas in a need of improvement, as well as personal notes for each of you with suggestions regarding your areas of improvement.
Please have the following links with specific directions to proofread your manuscript during your process of redrafting.
You are strongly encouraged to seek the guidance and support of the Write Center during this process.