What I’m reading 9 Jun 2016 through 16 Jun 2016

[toread] Gone Home and Its Hidden Objects | Lost Worlds: Explorations in Digital Humanities Game Design – "As part of ongoing research on improving the understanding of narrative in gameplay, this article seeks to explore design strengths and weaknesses in Gone Home." – (DH gaming design ) [toread] Historyonics: Privatising the Digital Past – This… Continue reading What I’m reading 9 Jun 2016 through 16 Jun 2016

What I’m reading 23 Nov 2015 through 1 Dec 2015

When a University President Becomes a Scold – Just waiting for a free day to tinker with this president's rhetorical miscall. – (rhetoric corporaterhetoric ) the relevence if algorithms – – (algorithms procedural_rhetoric google ) If This Be Treason, Make the Most of It: the Joys of Academic Labor – An unapologetic peek at academic… Continue reading What I’m reading 23 Nov 2015 through 1 Dec 2015

bookmarks for August 13th, 2012

Heavy dose of hyperlinks gets defamation lawsuit against Gizmodo tossed | Ars Technica – court rules that readers are intelligent. – (fyc ) Theorizing Google Docs: 10 Tips for Navigating Online Collaboration | Collaboration | HYBRID PEDAGOGY – How Jesse Stommel came to love google docs as articulated as theory in praxis. – (wikis google… Continue reading bookmarks for August 13th, 2012

bookmarks for November 18th, 2010

20 Things I Learned About Browsers and the Web – Shiny Google People promote their vision life, the universe, html5, and everything in the guise of a children's book. More myopic than Microsoft, heavier-handed than a railway baron, more condescending than Bill Buckley. It's all about revision and Manifest Destiny, wrapped up in a shameless… Continue reading bookmarks for November 18th, 2010

bookmarks for April 17th through May 26th

A catch-up post while reactivating postalicious. 15 Effective Tools for Visual Knowledge Management – – (infographic visualization software ) Wolfram Alpha – a new kind of Fail – Taking Wolfram and his data processor down a notch. – (newmedia plagiarism google searchengine ) Commuters asked to write Haikus – Remember the Guardian’s txting poetry contest?… Continue reading bookmarks for April 17th through May 26th

new year prediction

Prediction: Studies of relationships between Google and the Big Media content giants will be popular at least in the media and hopefully in scholarly literature. The harbinger is The Register: This week Marissa Meyer explained that editorial judgments will play a key role in Google searches. It was reported by Tech Crunch proprietor Michael Arrington… Continue reading new year prediction