http://prezi.com/soiomwtrnvjs/present/?auth_key=b6mva4x&follow=smbaq-zxxpeh My project plans always evolve slower than I would like, so it is no surprise that this one has followed suit. I spent hours playing with every app. imaginable and re-reading all of the assignments from the term. I’ve … Continue reading
What are the digital humanities? This very loaded question was posed by my teacher, Dr. Jesse Stommel at the beginning of the current term. In preparing for my final project, I have asked myself this question numerous times with varying … Continue reading
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Inspired by the film Helvetica, I’ve decided to create my own font via the app “IFontMaker” for my final project. Ive decided to create something with an asian calligraphy feel, because thats something I’m drawn toward;…
This week we delved a little deeper into e-lit with Christine Wilks’ piece “Underbelly“. I must admit that this is the first piece of e-lit I have ever seen that I wanted to spend hours playing with. It is a … Continue reading
This is a video (filmed by the lovely Carrie Padian) documenting the very first English Literature and New Media cohort at Marylhurst University. I am blown away by how it turned out, and I feel so blessed to be learning with this amazing group of people!
Appearing on video (however briefly) is my Achilles heel. I freeze up and get flustered and lose whatever eloquence I possess in real life. As an experiment, I decided that I was going to finally bite the bullet and make a little spoof unboxing video for House of Leaves of Grass. It seemed like the right approach because there is no way to describe the work using words. There are too many twists and turns, just like the book House of Leaves. As an added bonus, I got to play around with iMovie a little more. Practice makes perfect, right?