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Blog #5

The final portfolio that I am currently putting together is a compilation of everything that I have done throughout this semester. It is interesting to look back at the work that I have done, critique it, and to put my best stuff on display. I have never created my own website before, but it is […]

Reading Response #4

This week’s reading response is on Warcraft Adventures by Henry LoWood. My love for games is what initially drew my attention to this reading; however, I have never been interested or even played World of Warcraft. Having said that, I have always known how popular this game is, and that it has become quite the […]

Blog #3

This weeks photo a day assignment was about taking pictures from the ground, and to view the world from a different perspective. I truly enjoyed this weeks photo a day assignment because this is something I like to do whenever I do take pictures because it not only lets me see things differently, but it […]

Partner Review For Locative Project

My partner for this project is Eric Stohler, or Ric for short. I was excited to work with Ric because I know that he is good with a computer, and that he’s also a Dj. I knew if he can conjure up some incredible beats, then he can create a pretty awesome Locative project. Ric […]

Reading Response #3

This week I chose to write about the reading on, “What Happened to our audience,” because I found it to be not only the most intriguing, but the most relevant to my life. Traditional radio is slowly dying out because of the modern technology, and the invention of MP3 players. Back in the day, the […]

Blog Post #2

This weeks photo-a-day topic was “Self Portrait,” which I initially assumed to be fairly simple, however that was not the case. I had to try to look at my self from a different perspective, and think about how the world perceives me. To show what I experience every day in class as your typical CU […]

Reading Response #1

http://moviecitynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/enhanced-buzz-2807-1301948095-32.jpg For this week’s reading response, I chose to talk about A.O. Scotts “The Screening of America,” mainly because it I found it extremely relatable. Ever since I was a child, I have always loved going to the movie theaters to watch a film with my friends or family. The bright neon lights that lured […]