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Blog 9 – 3 videos about storytelling

Basic stories engage our attention because they are sequences of events in the purest form. They are just one thing that leads to another thing that makes us…

Symbol, Index, and Icon

I chose to look at Tachistoscope, which was a really interesting work. The first thing I noticed was the pulsing circle, an index telling the reading where their…

Symbols in Hypermedia

I chose to examine Inanimate Alice. I had previously viewed part of it in another class, but only a sample. I wanted a chance to read through more…

HYPERTEXT & HYPERMEDIA

I chose to examine the The Shootout by Alan Bigelow, which, i believe would be considered a soty in a hypertext format. Marie-Laure Ryan,  argues the many digital…

Blog Post – Hypermedia: Symbol, Index, Icon

The work Inanimate Alice makes use of signs and symbols throughout its narrative storytelling as placeholders for descriptive details that the text alone does not provide. The main…

Blog Post – Hypertext & Hypermedia

My Body is an imaginative work showcasing non-linear narrative through the use of hypertext media, as for whether or not it is a story, I believe that is…

Blog 8- Symbol,Index,Icon

           After briefly reviewing the other works, I decided on the story Inanimate Alice by Kate Pullinger. I first watched this in Dr. Rabby’s…

Blog Post – Cinema Language

After watching An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge and then reading it’s literary predecessor, two distinct differences were apparent I felt. The first is that the written story…

Hypertext Media

     *I emailed this earlier, but I am now able to post on the blog again* I decided to look over “My Boyfriend Came Back From the War.” I…

Hypertext and “My Body”

I chose Shelley Jackson’s My Body because I think early hypertext is particularly interesting considering the limited environments they worked in, and the trails they were blazing. It…