Read, Comment, Reflect

Originally posted on Blabbering On:
Providing feedback to my peers has always been a weakness of mine. There are so many balances to get right, and this time I think I did well, but there’s always room for improvement. My biggest difficulty with commenting on people’s DA pitches was finding that balance between positive feedback…

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Live-Tweeting Films

Originally posted on Elizabeth Farley:
Tweeting is something I love doing, I have an audience on another twitter account and am a firm believer that you can form real connections through tweeting. However, Live-tweeting films has proven to be harder than I thought it would be. The first film we watched, Metropolis, proved to be…

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BCM325: Pitch Reviews


Feedback is an essential tool in order for one to grow and improve for future endeavours. In this case for our BCM325 assessment, the feedback we receive and give each other is crucial for our project ideas to grow and evolve. It has been a very insightful, helpful and rewarding exercise overall as I get to see what it it feels like to be the one providing the useful feedback as opposed to being on the receiving end.

For Kristie’s project pitch on ‘E-Sports’ I could relate to this topic massively as my love for e-sports is huge. A question still surrounds how she will post such a massive amount of content so often. For Tiana’s idea however, I focused my feedback more on the delivery of her digital artefact idea, suggesting that maybe a podcast isn’t the best was to share it, however could be one of many ways…

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BCM325 Reflection 1: How I Have Waddled into the Uncharted Waters of Sci-fi Films and Live-Tweeting

Originally posted on Page || Trang:
Live-tweeting, in particular, and the whole BCM325 subject, in general, is the uncharted waters I have long avoided venturing into due to my quite low-tech self and aversion to sci-fi films. As multi-screens (film screen and Twitter screen) demand high levels of divided attention, I was afraid that these screens…

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