http://jacquelinegratton.postach.io/ I have made the decision to put my website online at this very minute! I fear that I will forget to post my link up tomorrow since I have my last exam that I will be furiously studying for all day. SO THIS IS THE GRAND REVEAL. Please take a look at it if … Continue reading This is it, folks.
Author: Jacqueline Gratton
What I learned from this class: Digital writing is more than just writing on the internet (or should I say Internet). We learned about different kinds of interfaces, languages (XML, etc.), and concepts that go into digital writing. There is so much that we could talk about! Video games are more than just games! This … Continue reading My Thoughts on “Writing in the Digital Age”
I completely forgot to create a post about this last week so I am going to do that now. I REALLY ENJOYED THIS WEEK'S GAMES. Sure, I didn't play them for that long but I did read their introductions and just really connected with the issues that they were discussing. Tampon Run: Menstruation really is … Continue reading My Thoughts on Week 11’s Games
A few points in Kirschenbaum's talk (Distance Mirrors and the LAMP) made me rethink a few things about the internet and how we use it. But firstly, he distinguishes the difference between 'World-Wide Web' and 'Web'. People usually put the two together and assume that they mean the same thing. This makes complete sense and … Continue reading Thoughts on Week 11
Here's a preview of my project on travel blogsssss (it's still a work in progress): http://jacquelinegratton.postach.io/
In Fitzpatrick's chapter about authorship, I already found myself intrigued with the first page. Writing wasn't ever something I fully enjoyed especially in comparison to reading. I found it to be a judgmental space where people would nitpick at the little things (it's ironic how I ended up as an English major because that's exactly … Continue reading Thoughts on Week 10
Reading Gitelman's article on PDFs really made me reflect on PDFs as a digitized text but also in how we view and use it. When we go on our library website to search for journal articles for projects, etc., the academic website always gives us an option on how we want to view the text. … Continue reading Thoughts on Week 9