Ariel Sheen is creating Independent Journalism, and Creative Writing
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This page is something like an intellectual smorgasbord.

Over the past year, I've been investigating Venezuela's State Media company TeleSUR, and their relationship to American political activity.

I'm currently starting to publish media criticism and articles which provide historical context for a project I've developed for Social Science One and Facebook which will analyze their social media behavior during the period leading up to the 2016 election.  

I also write poetry, short fiction, as well as essays related to Social Media and Democracy. These are indeed confusing times, and I try to help people see from a larger vantage point about the things going on around them as well as sharing literature I've produced which I think is beautiful or otherwise compelling.

As a doctoral student in Innovation and Technology Management, I'll also be sharing articles and reflections about technical issues related to the incredibly bright future for egovernment software; technology transfer; software development, UX and dynamic learning and knowledge capture within tech firms. 
This page is something like an intellectual smorgasbord.

Over the past year, I've been investigating Venezuela's State Media company TeleSUR, and their relationship to American political activity.

I'm currently starting to publish media criticism and articles which provide historical context for a project I've developed for Social Science One and Facebook which will analyze their social media behavior during the period leading up to the 2016 election.  

I also write poetry, short fiction, as well as essays related to Social Media and Democracy. These are indeed confusing times, and I try to help people see from a larger vantage point about the things going on around them as well as sharing literature I've produced which I think is beautiful or otherwise compelling.

As a doctoral student in Innovation and Technology Management, I'll also be sharing articles and reflections about technical issues related to the incredibly bright future for egovernment software; technology transfer; software development, UX and dynamic learning and knowledge capture within tech firms. 

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