James Sullivan


James has been with findingDulcinea since September 2006. James was integral in developing the concept and the structure of findingDulcinea’s content as it exists today. Prior to joining the Company, he lived in New Zealand, where he worked seasonal jobs to support his trekking, mountaineering, and writing. James graduated from Trinity College with a B.A. in Art History and Economics.

Favorite Web sites:
  Bike Snob NYC
  all music

Most Recent Articles by James Sullivan

  • Misquotes: Searching for Authenticity Online
    Misquotes often spread virally through social media, highlighting the lack of skepticism by Web users when sharing poorly cited quotes. Students should learn to treat quotes with suspicion, and how to verify questionable quotes prior to use.
  • Strategies for Synthesis Writing
    To write effectively, students must be able to synthesize ideas from multiple sources into a cohesive viewpoint. Here are some strategies for teaching students how to do so.
  • Avoid Plagiarism by Paraphrasing Correctly
    The ability to fairly incorporate the ideas of another writer into one’s own work is a delicate skill that students of the Internet age must master.
  • Frozen in Time: A Look at Time Capsules
    Time capsules allow their creators to freeze moments in time and communicate those moments to future generations. They encourage a dialogue with history, and speak through the artifacts of culture. Take a look at some unique time capsules that await opening, and some that have already been unearthed.
  • On This Day: Princess Diana Is Killed in Paris Car Crash
    On Aug. 31, 1997, Diana, Princess of Wales, died from injuries sustained during a car crash in a Paris underpass.