Amy writes about exercise and teeth… George turned 21 (happy birthday!) and went to a gig And Nethaniel did this… which I feel is a good representation of my understanding in this course.
Here’s something I thought I’d never say: I miss high school. (image source: twitter.com) Not in the sense that I miss my friends – and I know that this should be the reason (it was certainly the only thing I… Continue Reading
databases our blogs are all databases – pages don’t exist outside of the database it’s a part of – archives our webpages made in html coding are not databases – these are static database is the opposite of narrative structure… Continue Reading
Jane talks about the wikipedia game, and describes her experiences with it by stating “…we used to sit in class and choose two pages eg. Hawaii and The Plague or ‘Black Death’ (off the top of my head) and then try and… Continue Reading
I was so tempted to post this as the only trailer for The Stanley Parable in my last post, but I decided that in terms of clarification, it was really not the best example to give… This video is a trailer for… Continue Reading
(Image Source: www.ign.com) As (kind of) promised, here is a post on one of my favourite computer games, The Stanley Parable. Firstly, here is what the game’s website has to say about itself: “The Stanley Parable is a first person exploration… Continue Reading
Half of this symposium was dedicated to helping us through questions we might have about the creative mixed media essay, and ways in which we might go about structuring it. I’m not sure that all of the tutors even agreed… Continue Reading
Galloway, Alexander R. Protocol: How Control Exists after Decentralization. The MIT Press, 2006. Print. This reading was so dense! So instead of me trying to summarise the theories of decentralisation and protocol and it’s relation to the world wide web… Continue Reading