Monthly Archives: January 2013

Photo Ethics Assignment, Week 4

In response to the question and article, “Is This Photo Ethical?” by Eric Kim, my answer is “it depends.” On the one hand, the photo of the dead girl illustrates the seriousness of a societal problem in a particular part … Continue reading

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Photo Essay: “The Gig”

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The Language of New Media, Chapter Two

Chapter Two, The Interface, started out interestingly enough by discussing one of my favorite movies, Blade Runner. I remember seeing the movie with my brother Stan and discussing its relationship with Apple’s Macintosh computer (he is a Mac freak). In … Continue reading

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Semiotics

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The Language of New Media

Modern media within the public realm that are considered to be “new media” include the Internet, Web sites, computer multimedia, computer games, CD-ROMs and DVD, and virtual reality. But new media also encompasses new television and film technology (digital, 3-D) and more. … Continue reading

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Marshall McLuhan

I mentioned Marshall McLuhan when I was considering entering the Converged Communications program at FSCJ and was told he was “no longer relevant.”  Since then, I entered said program and have encountered him as official program material in each of … Continue reading

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