Why Hansen’s Arena Plan Was Better and The Corruption that Killed It

The Seattle SuperSonics basketball team was sold to an Oklahoma City group led by Clay Bennett in 2006.  After the voters did not approve the use of taxpayer money to build a new arena in 2007, Clay Bennett began the process of moving the team to Oklahoma City though it was speculated by many that…… Continue reading Why Hansen’s Arena Plan Was Better and The Corruption that Killed It

The Emerging Digital Economy of Content Creation

Content creation, according to the Pew Research Center, is, “…contribut[ing] to the online commons by creating or contributing to Web sites, posting photos, and sharing files,” (Lenhart, Fallows, & Horrigan, 2004). For example, content creation includes posting a video on YouTube, a photo on Instagram, a tweet on Twitter, or a blog on WordPress. The…… Continue reading The Emerging Digital Economy of Content Creation

Digital Accessibility: No More Excuses

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law by President George H.W. Bush in 1990.  Prior to the ADA, individuals with disabilities had little to no protection from discrimination.  Access and accommodations were limited or non-existent in all aspects of life from transportation to healthcare to education to civil rights (Burgdorf, 2015; Burgdorf,…… Continue reading Digital Accessibility: No More Excuses