“Wow so all you do is watch movies and tweet about it? I wish my degree was that easy”, said by every student that hasn’t experienced the intensity of multitasking in a BCM325 seminar. In all fairness, I had the same oblivious thought entering my first BCM325 seminar. Watching a movie and tweeting about it, how hard could it be? Well here’s my analysis of how that went.
Week 1 – Metropolis
For the first screening, I wasn’t entirely prepared for the process of live tweeting and therefore didn’t incorporate as much analytical information. Instead, I created my tweets with gimmick.
This, alongside tweets such as the one shown below created an opportunity of interaction and discussion. I now however have realised that my tweets for this week required more researched interaction, including the incorporation of lecture content.
Week 2 – 2001 A Space Odyssey
For week two, analysing A…
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As a part of our digital artefacts we comment on our peers’ pitches and make suggestions that act as guidance for the development of their DA’s whilst following their progress.
I first had the privilege of interacting with Sophie’sDA. In her pitch she discusses her aim to assess the future of bodyboarding with multiple predictions. She wishes to focus on the future of the social media and technologies used to advance the sport; this including assets such as wave pools and artificial intelligence technologies to assist in judging competitions, detecting sharks and first aid.
In my response to this DA I recognised her interactions with the weekly lecture content, primarily her use of “the past is not a guide to the future” (Wandell Bell). I suggested that she put emphasis on the research of positive stories and individuals’ passions of the sport as a guide to a…
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For an understanding of my aim for my BCM325 digital artefact, please view the below video.
In conducting research in the fields of online shopping and online dating, I believe that my digital artefact’s utility has the ability to conjure a large audience; as I will be discussing both the pros and cons of the accessibility provided by technology. This will encourage both online and in store shoppers, retailers, as well as all individuals in the dating field to obtain a greater understanding of the previous impact’s technology has had on these two fields, in addition to its possible suture impacts.
I will be aiming to follow this timeline as it will assist me in ensuring my DA complies with the FIST (Fast, Inexpensive, Simple, Tiny) principles and will additionally allow me to enter a feedback loop; this opening my DA to feedback which will be used to adjust and…
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"Lines of light ranged in the nonspace of the mind, clusters and constellations of data." Neuromancer (@GreatDismal) .