No matter how many simplified five minute videos on the subject of creative commons – explained using “cool” digitalised graphics and animation and soundtracked to easily digestible Muzak or Fat Boy Slim aimed at “young people” – I watch, I… Continue Reading
The symposium (though I am more inclined to call it a lecture this week) challenged our pre-conceived notions of story. Adrian attempted to explain his reasoning behind why stories must have a beginning, middle, and end. According to him, everything… Continue Reading
Anyone else have a Goodreads profile? Add me if you do.. I only have one friend.
I’m finding it quite difficult to get into the habit of regularly updating my blog. At the moment, it still feels like a hurdle in order to pass this subject. I really hope I can become habitual in my updates… Continue Reading
The idea of post industrial media is what most interested me in the first lecture. The media platforms we use are vastly more interactive and user-driven. Tying in to Alvin Toffler’s portmanteau of the proactive consumer, we are now (most… Continue Reading
After reading Adrian Miles’ “Blogs in Media Education” a number of questions came to mind: What are the limitations of the content that we post on our blogs? Do the posts that are “not specifically about networked media” need to… Continue Reading