Having read a range of materials this term, some familiar and some new, on what topic do you want to research or read more about and why?
Can’t pick just one topic. So much fascinates me. Three topics I’m interested in learning more about are game culture and what TC can ...
As a user of visual media online, what aspects of interactivity and visual presentation have you come to expect in online publications and Web sites?
I have to say that I think I’m pretty old school when it comes to what I expect from online publications and Web sites. What does ...
I have submitted my behemoth of a paper, “Where We Stand: On Being Mommy Bloggers of Color” to my professor. Am I happy with it? Actually, I think I am. There’s some good material there and in revisions, it will get better. Because I love Wordles so much, I of course …
Last night, I had the pleasure of talking with Ananda Leeke on her show, Sisterhood, the blog radio. She’s doing a women in social media series, and I was honored to be considered cool enough to be a guest. We talked about a slew of things in 30 minutes — …
What does your set of commonly used social media tools say about you as a participant of the human + machine culture? Give examples to illustrate.
I will try anything once…just about.
That’s my short answer.
Here’s the longer answer.
I’m fairly immersed in the h+m culture. I’m a heavy participant. I remember ...
Great interview with online luminary Clay Shirky over at Salon.com in which he explains the new digital literary revolution and how the Web will change reading.
I have to print this as a PDF and take some notes because Shirky has some solid thoughts on technological and cultural change and “which …
As a technical communicator, what tools comprise your toolset? What advantages do they have over other tools? What one dream tool would you add to your list (something you’d like to learn)?
Interesting set of questions because this time next year, I could be listing yet another set of tools.
The Tools I ...