In a lot of ways, the work for this project is inspired by, and is meant to build upon, the research and results achieved by The Opportunity Project. As students at Emory University, our immediate interest came at the college
After serving time as Producer for my first podcast series episode, Pancakes for the Soul, I soon dove back in to The Web We Weave, this time as Assistant Producer for an episode analyzing Tony Zhou’s Every Frame a Painting.
So, maybe I cheated on this one. I’ll let you decide. Above is my sketch of what I envision our data visualization to look like. This is a rough visualization of even that, so maybe that is why I don’t
For an assignment coined The Listening Project, our New Media Writing class at Emory University was paired with a class at SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry. Each of us was assigned a partner from the opposite school, tasked
With the task of creating our podcast episode, Pancakes for the Soul, I began just as most inexperienced people do when undertaking a new job: uncertainly. I had picked SoulPancake because I liked its mission and content, but I really
These are visual notes of a chapter on convergence and theorizing new media. Something about sesame street, cell phones that can do everything, robots, and the evolution of music. People who don’t know art might refer to this as abstract.
For our podcast image, I didn’t realize I was supposed to post it on our pages as a post so I put it in the class ublend first like a total noob. Oh well. I went in on the [www]
In a shocking turn of events, I discovered that I possess a form of technological literacy. Or at least the page I just published works under the assumption that I do. Check it out to learn more about my first
This artistic masterpiece is going to be this site’s avatar. As surprising as this might be, I actually created this image myself. The medium is pen on sticky note. This avatar is evidence of my fear of photoshop as well