This week's readings were pretty though for me to understand, but I feel after the two discussion periods, I gained a little bit better of an understanding of the texts. From my past classes, I've learned a lot about immigration as well as what 'home' is so I feel Morley's article was a bit easier to understand from that aspect. In thinking about 'home' and technology as well as media, I've come to realize how much technology comes into play when people may immigrate from a specific place. They can keep in touch with what they are comfortable with, all the while, living in a different area. That idea opened up how I imagine what immigration is like today just because a person may not be home, yet they can experience homelike qualities or be in touch with people from their home with the use of the technology they have. This also mildly complicates how I view the technology aspect of bringing home with you just because not all people can afford or get ahold of the needed technology to access their home. I found Grewal's piece a lot more difficult to understand just because I couldn't relate to it since I've never really seen the U.S. as a place that is targeted to sell specific products like how India was with the Barbie dolls. I'm sure it is, but it was difficult for me to grasp the article, nevertheless.