Video Link: HTTPS://WWW.DROPBOX.COM/S/IHOPUCRQM7BRJ91/FINAL.MP4?DL=0 Research Summary The initial goal of my digital artefact was to explore the multitude of strange and abstract channels that make up the majority of the “weird side of Youtube”. This included mainly strange video series that seemed to follow narrative-like structure in their uploads and had an online community built […]Read more "The Weird Side of Youtube: Deconstruction of the Abstract"
Originally posted on Welcome to the Machine:
My aim with the production of this digital project was to create an informative, engaging and visually appealing artifact. Ideas exploded onto an already heavily populated canvas filled with time travel tropes created from a lifetime of scifi consumption. Detaching myself from these deeply embedded notions and working…
Dear Chris Would you mind adding my new site to the Cybercultures blog so that I can upload my Cybercultures Research Report. I created a new WordPress website with blog just for the occasion. My final assignment is currently to be found at the following link and I am keen to share it with the Cybercultures Blog. […]Read more "DIGC335 Cyberculture Research Report"
My Digital Artefact: Attack of the CyberPod I chose animals in cyberculture as my topic because a lot of information that was presented to me was about humans and how technology has been impacting human life. When watching Ghost in the Shell there was only one real scene that showed an animal – an ordinary […]Read more "Contextual Essay – Animals in Cyberculture – Attack of the CyberPod"
Originally posted on Madeleine Burkitt:
For my DIGC335 digital artefact, I chose to explore digital identities. My artifact, a ten-minute podcast, discusses a series of key questions related to the topic area, narrated by me. I feel that I’ve been able to create an artefact that satisfactorily fulfilled my aims in regard to both research…
Check out my final report on the topic of automation!Read more "Final Report on Automation"