A View Into Browsing History

Like in a web, the movement of strands all interlocked in the creation of a sustaining dinner plate for our not so loved friends, we can share many commonalities unknown. Association areas defined by Myers are, “areas of the cerebral cortex that are not involved in primary motor or sensory functions; rather, they are involved in higher mental functions such as learning, remembering, thinking, and speaking” (Myers, 2014). In a general sense, the way I construct my thoughts regarding writing and conceptual thoughts are fairly straightforward as opposed to my holistic thought notion. Analyzing my browser history it is apparent that I had a very concise way of where I wanted my post to go. I love photos and the creativity and conceptual elements that come along with it so I went straight to my website to make some comparisons between the nugget post and one of my photos. Although my browser history deems to be short, it does not mean that my associative traits are limited; it means that I had a clearer vision of what I wanted to do prior to touching my keyboard. Aligning my nugget post with this analysis, the proper disciplinary focus is that of a sociological aspect. I composed my nugget post primarily on the notion that we leave a mark for all to see and to establish ourselves. This post moreover, falls under a psychological factor due to its defining features and context.

Myers, D. G. (2014). Psychology. NY: Worth.

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One thought on “A View Into Browsing History”

  1. The analysis you made from your history is so interesting and not boring. I wish I would have a clear vision of what I’m going to do before I touch my keyboard, but my brain just doesn’t work that way. I never really thought about it like that and how we leave for everyone to see.

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