Author Archives: Mental Traveler

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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O O O O that Shakespeherian Rag

Since I have only read two volumes of The Unwritten, I can only offer speculation as to what the overall meaning of the narrative is. Nevertheless, I believe that I have been able to determine the broader themes of the … Continue reading

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Planetfail

Last year when I took Dr. Delwiche’s class on transhumanism, he introduced our class to a MUD called Aardwolf. I had never experienced a text based computer game before this but as soon as I started playing I was completely … Continue reading

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Cole’s Pixton Comic

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First things first, but not necessarily in that order.

Out of the different Doctor Who storytelling mediums we consumed in class there is no question that I found Charles Cecil and Anwen Aspden’s videogame Doctor Who: Blood of the Cybermen the absolute worst of the four. The game itself … Continue reading

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Acting is Reacting

For me, the basic narrative of Mulhuolland Drive falls directly in line with Alan Shaw’s interpretation. Essentially, Diane Selwyn is a woman experiencing a complete emotional breakdown as the result of a hit she put out on her former lover … Continue reading

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I am here

I suppose a fresh introduction is in order before I start another blog off. My name is Cole Gray and I was born in Austin, Texas on June 26th 1989.  I’m currently 21 years old and am attending Trinity University as a Junior.  … Continue reading

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