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iDol Worship in eLiterature

May 22, 2012


Do those of us who love #eLiterature love the content or the form?  Is it simply the idea of #eLit that is so sexy?  And are we no longer in love with the author’s creation, but instead finding a new way to worship the eReaders?  In the case of TS Eliot’s The Waste Land, the […]

code{poem} “void”

May 16, 2012


<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <body> <h1>look</h1> <p>deeper.</p> <p>see</p> <br>&empty;</br> <p>&minus; infinity <br></br> <br>pause</br></p> <h2>then</h2> <option>(“value = null”)</option> alert(“stop looking”) </body> </html>

Persuasion in the Media: Believe it or Not

May 2, 2012


Propaganda is a form of media, as well as a media technique that has been used for centuries to engender a cause to consumers’ sympathies. Religion, politics, and advertising are no stranger to the use of propaganda. So is propaganda good? Evil? True? As consumers, can we answer these questions, or do we just accept it? When […]