For an AI-related movie, I watched the anime version of Ghost in the Shell, a late 20th century vision of five years from now. I hadn’t watched or read it before, so it was about time. I noticed echoes of … Continue reading ?
The Daily Create for today asked us to explain cheerfulness. I thought Ian Dury and the Blockheads did an admirable job of this many years ago: I didn’t think I could top that, so I wondered what I could make … Continue reading ?
Earlier today Michael Branson Smith brought his Dr. Oblivion bot to life on the web. Cogdog had the doctor produce an ode to HTML: Which was great. We had talked about having students submit their work to Dr. Oblivion for … Continue reading ?
I hadn’t paid much attention to zines until recently. The Gettin’ Air episode with Dr. Anne Pasek talked about a zine-based conference raised my interest, and then some criticisms of our library brochure led me to slap together to above … Continue reading ?
The good people at Metafilter introduced me to NEEDS MORE BOOM today, which will apparently script Bayhem into any movie scene. My first thought was to see what it would do with Nicholson’s “You can’t handle the truth” scene, which … Continue reading ?
The best part of co-teaching, the most fun, is seeing how different ideas come together. As we’re planning AI106, I get to see all the genius conceptions gel, and hopefully make more of my thoughts than I could on my … Continue reading ?
A question that’s always interested me, and perhaps only interested me, is “What do we mean by digital storytelling?” I don’t buy the storytelling with digital tools definition because that encompasses pretty much all storytelling these days. I’ve long thought … Continue reading ?