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Finally, it is over!Β Here is my Scalar project, "Why Canadians Chose Justin Trudeau." Thank you to Jacqueline for editing my paper and to Professor Brown for the positive feedback and support on this assignment! I hope everyone has an amazing holiday! πŸ™‚ Digital Platform Reflection: ScalarΒ  After completing my final project, I have learned … Continue reading THE HARDEST PROJECT EVER!


The Final Post

I have never been very interested in computers, digital writing or digital platforms. (I don’t even have Facebook). However, I found this class to be very personally rewarding. Before I took this course, I was not familiar with any of the digital platforms we have discussed in class, other than maybe Facebook. I think it … Continue reading The Final Post


Although I have never been an adamant fan of video games, I found Braid to be very interesting. From what I have gathered from watching others play video games, when your character dies in the game, you must start from the beginning. When this happens, one often loses all points or tasks that one has … Continue reading Braid

Fragmentary: Writing in A Digital Age

In Cunningham’s article, Fragmentary: Writing in A Digital Age, he argues that β€œfragmentary writing captures the tension between β€œdigital” and β€œanalog” reading better than anything else out there. And that tension, in many ways, is the defining feature of the contemporary reading experience.” According to Cunningham, digital media in all of its forms is fragmentary … Continue reading Fragmentary: Writing in A Digital Age

Week 8: Drucker’s “Humanities Approach to Interface Theory”

After reading Johanna Drucker’s article, β€œHumanities Approach to Interface Theory,” it is evident that interface is important aspect of the computer design process. According to Drucker, interface is a concept that has only received attention in the last fifty years. Many people tend to think of an interface as β€œa thing, an entity, a fixed … Continue reading Week 8: Drucker’s “Humanities Approach to Interface Theory”