Blog Post #10: Digital-Viral Revisited

  Honestly my meme didn’t spread that much, after the day I posted it there were no interactions. The interactions I did get were just short reactions through comments, texts, and Snapchats from a handful of friends. Some comments were quick “STOP LOL” type comments and others were arguing against my beliefs in the underwater…

Blog Post #9

If this assignment was “pick a meme that you like”, I would be so into it; I’m known by my friends for making memes in both high qualities and high quantities so I could have just picked one from my archives. This assignment was kinda hard for me because the memes that I make are…

In-Class Writing

Unless it’s a map based on a concept like Donna’s maps allow for something that we can understand visually. With the maps in class and most maps, we look at them to get information from them and it is presented in a way that in most cases provides context either through included markers likes buildings,…

Portfolio Freewrite

I guess this experience went ok, these past 2 weeks have been the busiest I have ever been in my life so I wasn’t able to manage my time well so I had to pull an almost all nighter to get everything done, it wasn’t just this assignment but other projects I had. For me,…

Freewrite – 10/24/17

Sound is something that is strictly hearing based. There’s something about how humans are that receives a better understanding of something or is able to more emotionally connect with audio than visual modes. Space and sound work really well together, the atmosphere of the space and sound both work off one another to enhance the…

Blog Post #7: WAM and Accessibility

In “Multimodality in Motion”, Kerschbaum defines multimodal inhospitality as when the design of a multimodal texts and environments are not able to transfer into another mode. For this class, we recently completed out audio manipulation projects. For the way we went about it at least, this project would be impossible to accomplish if we had…

AMP Video Reflection

https://youtu.be/t19oXCBEmG8 Works Cited Giacona, Christina. “A Tribe Called Red Remixes Sonic Stereotypes.” Sounding Out! N.p., 18 Feb. 2014. Web. Hammer, Steven. “WR1T1NG (D1RT¥) NEW MED1∆ / GL1TCH C0MP0S1TI0N | Technoculture.” Technoculture: An Online Journal of Technology in Society. N.p., n.d. Web.

Freewrite – 10/17/17

We talked about disruption, formatting, and glitch last week technically as part of our audio project. However in regards to Writing Across Media, these techniques can be used to alter or enhance the meaning that the author is trying to convey. If a piece had its effects taken away from it, it would change the…

Blog Post #6 – Audio Proposal

For this audio manipulation project, we have a goal of making a new composition that comments against immigratory restrains and the discrimination they are fueled by. We will be re-appropriating the meaning of popular songs that address the subject of travel, freedom, aspiration, and cultural acceptance/division, by mashing them together and combining them with political…