Annotating With Hypothesis

353px-Hypothes.is_logoWe are exploring the use of the web annotation tool to engage in shared readings and commentary.

Start by visiting and adding it’s tool to your web browser. Then visit one of our readings, and activate the tool from your browser tool bar. Highlight a sentence or phrase in the text, and use the pencil tool to start annotating. Open the viewer on the right side of the window to see other annotations. Start conversing!

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me pasa mucho esto cuando estoy con mis amigos y familia y en realidad es triste ya no parecemos humanos, ahora parecemos extraterrestes que sin el telefono no funcionamos.
Author: gio.stgo
Posted: April 25, 2016, 2:33 pm
deben de prevenir mas los celulares porque ya descrubimos un metodo de estar en el celular en clase y si nos vuelve una costumbre
Author: gio.stgo
Posted: April 25, 2016, 2:27 pm
“Have we forgot what conversation is? What friendship is?”
Esto es una de las preguntas que hace a diario cuando vemos a otras personas envueltas con la tecnología... pero, nos hacemos esa misma pregunta nosotros?
Author: Wilnette
Posted: April 20, 2016, 3:11 pm
Look at all these damaged subhumans that have fallen for technology’s addictive and noxious appeal! the book insists. Look at the victims of the digital toxin who need curing!
Si parecemos subhumanos, porque nos desconectamos de cualquier interacción presencial por estar viviendo en el telefono, computadoras y tablets. Somos unas victimas adictivas a todo lo digital que hemos perdido el sentido ...
Author: Odiazt
Posted: April 20, 2016, 3:03 pm
Our phones are not accessories, but psychologically potent devices that change not just what we do but who we are.
Estoy totalmente de acuerdo con esta oración en particular. A través de los años hemos visto como el ser humano sigue dependiendo de estos aparatos electrónicos.
Author: Wilnette
Posted: April 20, 2016, 3:00 pm
Daddy,” she said, “stop Googling. I want to talk to you.” A 15-year-old boy told me that someday he wanted to raise a family, not the way his parents are raising him (with phones out during meals and in the park and during his school sports events) but the way his parents think they are raising him — with no phones at meals and plentiful family conversation.
Esto es muy triste y lamentable, se v...
Author: Odiazt
Posted: April 20, 2016, 2:54 pm
I feel naked/lost/afraid without my phone. I am enslaved by my smartphone.
This article, and sentence, reminds me of the discussion we are having this semester, in my class #inf115, with @avunque. We are discussing two other articles. One is by Sherry Turkle called "Stop Googling. Let's Talk". The other one is ...
Author: silencethemind
Posted: March 31, 2016, 11:38 pm
“We catch ourselves not looking into the eyes of our children or taking the time to talk with them just to have a few more hits of our email,”
A veces con la vida ocupada que tenemos, sin darnos cuenta cometemos esto. A menudo me pasa con mi familia, mientras me estan hablando.
Author: cjavier1510
Posted: March 28, 2016, 6:01 am
In conversation, things go best if you pay close attention and learn how to put yourself in someone else’s shoes
Aprendemos a ser empaticos con los demas.
Author: cjavier1510
Posted: March 28, 2016, 5:07 am
If we are not content to be alone, we turn others into the people we need them to be. If we don’t know how to be alone, we’ll only know how to be lonely.
La felicidad la encontramos en nosotros mismo cuando dejamos de buscarla en los demas. Naturalmente el ser humano siempre depende de otro ser, pero hay que aprender a saber estar solo, a ser independiente.
Author: cjavier1510
Posted: March 28, 2016, 4:59 am
at least from conversation that is open-ended and spontaneous, in which we play with ideas and allow ourselves to be fully present and vulnerable.
Tipo de conversaciones que nos ayudan ser nosotros mismos. La confianza en uno mismo es solo el comienzo de una buena conversacion.
Author: cjavier1510
Posted: March 28, 2016, 4:52 am
with no phones at meals and plentiful family conversation.
Deberia ser asi, siempre que voy a comer en algun lugar todos estan pegados al telefono.
Author: cjavier1510
Posted: March 28, 2016, 4:38 am
For me this article was amazing, I think Jurgenson wants to remind us that even though we do have technology at the touch of our fingertips not everything is technological. This article wants us to embrace and be grateful for all the information that we have and the way we have it. It's not bad to use technology as part of your daily life, for me it doesn't define the way you communicate with o...
Author: cristinaarceh
Posted: March 22, 2016, 3:26 pm
One teacher observed that the students “sit in the dining hall and look at their phones. When they share things together, what they are sharing is what is on their phones.”
It is kinda worrying that kids are getting more used to their phones and less to human interaction to the point that most of them become angry of they don't have their tech stuff
Author: cristinaarceh
Posted: March 4, 2016, 9:21 pm
It’s that we don’t allow these conversations to happen in the first place because we keep our phones in the landscape.
I agree, but also think that even though this might be true, there are a lot of people that are trying to break that habit
Author: cristinaarceh
Posted: March 4, 2016, 9:19 pm
We’ve gotten used to being connected all the time
I completely agree with this statement, we see how disconnected we become of each other and how much we depend on mobile devices
Author: cristinaarceh
Posted: March 4, 2016, 9:16 pm
In theory, you know the difference between your self and your Facebook self. But lines blur and it can be hard to keep them straight. It’s like telling very small lies over time. You forget the truth because it is so close to the lies.
Turkle and Jurgenson are both trying to make a warning on how we should remind ourselves, to balance these worlds, by not getting lost in the "blurred lines". We ...
Author: silencethemind
Posted: February 26, 2016, 5:29 pm
One start toward reclaiming conversation is to reclaim solitude. Some of the most crucial conversations you will ever have will be with yourself.
This example can apply to writers, from years ago, who probably too, passed a lot of time just writing, and probably were asked to be more social. So this concept has always existed, this is just another era.
Author: silencethemind
Posted: February 25, 2016, 11:46 pm
A VIRTUOUS circle links conversation to the capacity for self-reflection. When we are secure in ourselves, we are able to really hear what other people have to say.
But this really refers to the development of each person.
Author: silencethemind
Posted: February 25, 2016, 11:34 pm
The capacity for empathic conversation goes hand in hand with the capacity for solitude.
We have to remind ourselves, that this "monster" as some refer to it, is a vehicle of communication.
Author: silencethemind
Posted: February 25, 2016, 11:33 pm