1. cjkoenderman

    The Unfinished Text: Writing Digitally

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    Hi all,

    We finally posted our “finished,” or not so finished, pieces to CommentPress. Because our site is not open for public view quite yet, I’d like to share my piece–my subchapter–titled “The Unfinished Text: Writing Digitally” here.

    I hope you enjoy it and, please, let me know your thoughts!…

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    A Video Worth a Look

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    I had to watch this video for class and I couldn’t help but share it with you all!

    There are quite a few things that I love and find interesting about this video. The main one being that it uses clips from Disney movies (Disney is one of the strictest …

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    Google Maps: 19th Century Concord Digital Archive

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    I have a confession to make: I’ve never used Google Maps.

    Well, not “never.” I used it once, before I went to Paris, to see the University where I was dorming. However, besides that one experience, I had never used Google Maps. Until tonight!

    This week in class we will …

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    “We Walk” to Make a Difference

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    This week’s assignment for my Digital Literary Studies class is to follow a few Digital Humanities tweeters on Twitter. (Who knew there were so many DH tweeters! I guess I should have guessed. You can tell I’m not too familiar with Twitter…!) I followed quite a few of them! There …

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    DocuBurst is Bursting with Information?

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    I used DocuBurst for the first time tonight…and I’m still deciding how I think it went. (As a side note, Docuburst is a free online tool that allows the user to visualize content of their own work or published work. The user can search a specific word in a maximum …

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    Exploring Google Ngram

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    Tonight I explored Google Ngram, but it wasn’t the first time I did so. I find Google Ngram to be a very interesting tool, a tool that I could spend quite a bit of time playing with. I find it fascinating to track a word, or words, in lots and …

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    What’s up, Digital Humanities?

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    When I think about my relationship with the the Digital Humanities, a few things come to mind. I think about the way in which the internet and technology are not only changing the way we communicate, but the way we teach and the way we learn, too. I think about …

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    Final Project Posted!

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    My final project has “finally” been posted! You can find it under “Final Project Introduction and Appendix,” “The Fallacy of Digital Rights,” and “Self Evident Truths.” (I suggest reading it in that order!) The introduction gives a thorough explanation of the project’s purpose and a brief explanation of the point …

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    Another Final Project Sneak Peak

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    Here’s another sneak peak at my final project.

    Read Adrian Chen’s “Unmasking Reddit’s Violentacrez, The Biggest Troll on the Web” and participate in the poll!

    Take Our Poll (function(d,c,j){if(!d.getElementById(j)){var pd=d.createElement(c),s;pd.id=j;pd.src='http://s1.wp.com/wp-content/mu-plugins/shortcodes/js/polldaddy-shortcode.js';s=d.getElementsByTagName(c)[0];s.parentNode.insertBefore(pd,s);} else if(typeof jQuery !=='undefined')jQuery(d.body).trigger('pd-script-load');}(document,'script','pd-polldaddy-loader'));

    Looking forward to reading your thoughts!

    -K

     

     

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    Digging Through the Archives

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    I just spent some time “digging” through some of the archives that my professor gave my class to look at. On my initial search through the archives, I was quite overwhelmed at the amount of information. There were so many books, letters, manuscripts, and the like to look at! I …

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    Google Ngram Experience

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    I just had my first experience with Google Ngram. My first thought upon viewing the website, its search boxes, and large graphs was: “How do I work this?!” It seemed a little overwhelming at first. I wasn’t sure what to search. Yes, that’s right, I had all sorts of possible …

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    Making the Manifesto…

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    As you know, I decided on a final project topic and now it is time to get to work on it! I will be creating a Manifesto of Privacy Rights in the Digital Age on Storify. My hope is to make the manifesto resemble a list of rights. Each …

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    Cameras and Kayaks Don’t Mix

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    In keeping with my posts about  Dave Egger’s The Circle, my blog post today will feature a look at an important moment in the novel and my response to it. That being said, I’d like to look at the scene in which Mae steals a kayak, gets caught by the …

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    Another Aphorism?

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    As I was reading Dave Egger’s The Circle the other night, I came across another interesting aphorism that I wanted to share with you:

    “Privacy is theft (303).”

    Towards the second half of the novel, this phrase gets a lot of attention. “The Circlers,” as the narrator aptly calls them, …

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    A New York Times Article, Introduced by Twitter

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    As I was scrolling through my Twitter feed, past tweets from The Food Network and Buzzfeed, trying to find an article from a reputable source I could share with you on my blog, I came across an article tweeted by The New York Times. The article, which I am linking …

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