Neeve on the extremely broad definitions of a database. Kiralee makes understanding the week 11 symposium a whole lot easier. And Callista writes about Manovich’s distinction between Narrative form and Database form. That was quite hard to find people who had… Continue Reading
Despite not being able to attend this week’s symposium, Amy has a nice summary of a few main points from the Barabasi reading. Angus goes into a bit more details about the 80/20 rule – I found his post extremely… Continue Reading
I’ve started coding my “Mixed Media Creative Critical Essay” (?) and this is just the “About” page. Looks like it’s going to take a very long time…
The other week my friend and I ended up bogged in a stranger’s backyard/paddock in Deans Marsh (don’t ask). The problem was that we both had no reception or internet connection on our phones. The whole experience made me realise… Continue Reading
I got some photos of mine developed recently and thought I would share them on here – as a change from the regular Uni posts.
This week’s symposium addressed a number of questions raised by one of the tutorial’s cohort: How can you judge the validity of things on the Internet? What are the limitations of network literacy? How does it differ from print literacy?… Continue Reading
Some thoughts after readings this article. “Often it would be advantageous to be able to snap the camera and to look at the picture immediately.” – Vannevar Bush Vannevar Bush wrote this in 1945. Thirty years later, Steve Sasson invented what is… Continue Reading
The amount of ourselves that we share online is always a difficult balance to achieve. Personally, I believe I’ve over-shared in the past; I’ve published far too much information about myself on the Internet and it would be impossible for… Continue Reading