Monthly Archives: January 2017

HSS8120 – Last minute prep

Outcomes of the project in collaboration with Jade (Pellucid Publishing Presents) and final prep for presentation (A Story by You)            

Posted in Creative Digital Practice | Comments Off on HSS8120 – Last minute prep

HSS8120 – Narrative Agency

I think tabletop roleplaying games are awesome. I’m not personally a Dungeons and Dragons fan, but that is the kind of nerdery I’m talking about. Someday, I’m going to launch into a big long pretentious rant about the wonderful collaborative, … Continue reading

Posted in Creative Digital Practice | Comments Off on HSS8120 – Narrative Agency

HSS8120 – Presentation Crowdsourcing

Posted in Creative Digital Practice | Comments Off on HSS8120 – Presentation Crowdsourcing

HSS8120 – Project (a step-by-step guide)

Still not 100% sure who  documentation is ‘for’ exactly, but I have a sneaking suspicion that its for the same person as a manifesto, just after or during the creative process, rather than before. Which is to say its for … Continue reading

Posted in Creative Digital Practice | Comments Off on HSS8120 – Project (a step-by-step guide)

HSS8120 – Manifesto Changelogs & Metadata

Pre-Build: 5,962 characters, 1,145 words, 1 passages, 0 links, 0 broken links Version 0.1: January 1st 2017 – figuring out Twine 2.0. -Added Parts 1 & 7 -Learned to use <tags| and (click-replace:) -Learned to use (text-style:) Version 0.2: January 1st … Continue reading

Posted in Creative Digital Practice | Comments Off on HSS8120 – Manifesto Changelogs & Metadata

HSS8120 – Hrrm

Writing: You will draw on the many traditions of the artists’ manifesto to produce a manifesto for post-truth art. That doesn’t sound so bad. Presentation: You will produce a 20 minute (+10 for questions / discussion) performative lecture. 20 minutes. That’s a long time. … Continue reading

Posted in Creative Digital Practice | Comments Off on HSS8120 – Hrrm

Portfolio Poems & Spoken Word Events

So my portfolio for Introduction to the Craft of Writing is handed in, and now that’s out the way it’s time to catch on the blogging and documentation. The portfolio required 10-12 pieces of poetry, which is a lot more … Continue reading

Posted in Introduction to the Craft of Writing | Comments Off on Portfolio Poems & Spoken Word Events