167 Posts Tagged "weeklies"

Kean University 2019, The Network

“Well, If I Don’t See You…” {Self-Assessment Narrative}

As I look back over the semester, I am proud of myself. Back in January, I walked into a class that I had no knowledge of and frankly, had no idea what I was getting myself into. It was like I listening to another language. In the beginning, I didn't think I would live up … Continue reading “Well, If I Don’t See You…” {Self-Assessment Narrative} →

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Kean University 2019, The Network

A Reflection in “the Eye of the Tiger”

Well, here we are. This is going to be my final main (Weeklies) blog post for the class. I’ll probably be posting one last Field Guide after this, as a wrap up for the final project, but for the time being… would it be appropriate to act (overly) dramatic? I think I’m getting choked up right now. Ok, maybe not —but you can’t see it, so why not pretend for bonus points? I suppose that this particular post would be […]

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Kean University 2019, The Network

The Friends that We Make on the Way

Is that “a GIF” or “a Meme” in “the digital sea”? Huh… So, it’s not that bad after all. As I continue to work on my final project, my overall view on certain things begin to shift. If anyone were to go back and simply examine my first four or five blog posts, they could clearly see that I held a negative outlook on the internet as a whole. Is it truly a place where “the darkness” prevails as we’re […]

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Kean University 2019, The Network

to bot or not to bot

It’s not a question. I’ll be real, I didn’t make a bot for my alchemist. I’ll attempt to work on that soon, but in the meantime, I’ll make sure to post enough so Euphie seems relatively alive. Though to be honest I feel like she’s more of a lurker and responder than an active poster. Big shrug. EDIT: this is euphie. i hacked her account again. she doesn’t know how to close a window. in response to her call out, ahem, […]

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Kean University 2019, The Network

The Train Has Left the Station… It’s on the Way, Just Wait

Chugging right along! What? Well, sometimes life gets busy and you find yourself unable to spend as much time as you’d like on a specific project. Has that ever happened to you? Taking on four graduate courses all at the same time is proving difficult… at least time-wise. I like a good challenge, but I’ve never been good at time management. I’m just not a punctual person. Still, I’m confident that I’ll be successfully able to complete this project and […]

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Kean University 2019, The Network

The Alchemist and the Ones Submerged

Yes! We’ve finally gotten to the good stuff. Although I’ve thoroughly enjoyed writing analysis-type pieces for the blog, I was yearning for a more creative/experimental type of activity in the class. That was one of the promises that I was missing since the class was originally pitched as a follow-up (of sorts) to the Electronic Literature. If I had known that the Field Guide project was going to fall right into that experimental type of activity, I would’ve shown a […]

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Kean University 2019, The Network

DDA SPREE (oh and chattin’ with Euphie)

Welp. Here we are. A blog post put up days early. Who am I? I’m stressed is what I am. I’m several days ahead yet way way behind is when I am. So let’s just move on. We’ve got a bunch of things to cover today. Field Guide You might’ve noticed the post I got up yesterday about the field guide final project. It has pretty much everything there is to be said about where I’m at this week for […]

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Kean University 2019, The Network

Week 10- Understanding of the Field Guide

During this weeks class we got a better understanding on what to expect by the end of the semester. I definitely got a better understanding on what the "Field Guide" actually is and what to expect from us. This is a subject I have been struggling with because I had no idea what it actually meant and what was expected from us.We also went over the the stretch of the semester and touching base on where we should be and […]

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Kean University 2019, The Network

jam (soft “G”) packed

Hello. I am joining you currently several hours later than I originally wished to. Chances are this won’t get up til after midnight. I’m just gonna say please be kind to your friends on April Fool’s Day. That’s it. So last week we had a few technical issues but we pretty much had a GIF (hard “G”) party. Just shared a bunch of GIFs we were familiar with. Here’s the posts I made: I sent this gif to my friend […]

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Kean University 2019, The Network

Your Fortune Reads: Don’t Touch Other People’s Stuff!

“Hello, can you hear me?” That was an “interesting” class we’ve had this week; from the topic to its execution. Unfortunately, our professor, Dr. Zamora, was absent (speed recovery!). Therefore, we’ve had an online-based sort of… lesson? Presentation? I don’t really know what to call it. It felt like an online-class that was conducted in an actual class; the best of both worlds, I guess. Our class consultant, and second-in-command instructor, Mr. Levine (too formal?), carried out the entire lesson […]

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Kean University 2019, The Network

short, sweet, and (kinda) artsy

Hello hello. Looks like this week we progressed from memes to Art. Net art. Digital art. Electronic art. I’m not gonna lie, this will probably be a relatively short post this week, mainly because we didn’t really have a Big Project to work on over the week. So here I am, with a few DDAs and an anecdote about digital art and electronic literature. here u go uwu Let’s get started. So in class last week we had a lovely chat […]

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