Monthly Archives: December 2010

This is a little bit frightening.

Media is LIFE. Maybe more for some than others… But if there’s anything I’ve learned since being at Trinity, it’s that media of all form, be it fiction or non, is one of the few things we all share. We … Continue reading

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Reality 2.0

Throughout the class, every media that we consumed attempted to redefine its method of consumption. Mullholland Drive forced its audience to assemble the narrative, and ever since the boundaries of creator and audience have become obliterated. The model of fiction/media … Continue reading

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So, I Guess That’s It Then.

Transmedia Storytelling was easily one of my favorite classes this semester, perhaps even one of my favorite Trinity classes I’ve taken so far (It’s a tossup between any of Delwiche’s classes) and I’m greatly saddened that I have to leave … Continue reading

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“MY” “STERY”

This semester I really came to appreciate the power of storytelling. References, allusions, and intertextual connections in which promote narrative complexity can be used in so many differing and revealing ways. I can remember signing-up for this class and really … Continue reading

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the end….sadly

I remember telling you that I didn’t want to offend you in any way but that I was really having a hard time being interested in anything covered in the class. This was at the beginning when we discussed things … Continue reading

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Good times, guys. Good times.

I wish I could just keep taking this class for the rest of my time at Trinity.  We watched crazy movies, learned about the nuts and bolts of storytelling, and I even made a comic! I never thought I would … Continue reading

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Final (wow) blog!

Well, I have to say that most of the time in this class I felt really out-of-the-loop, what with all the talk of sci-fi, comics, video games, and such. That being said, I still really enjoyed the class! Never have I … Continue reading

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