Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-09-23


Posted: September 23rd, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: | No Comments »


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Look Ma! Your Little Boy is (kinda) Famous!


Posted: September 23rd, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Self-Promotion, video, web 2.0 | No Comments »


Yesterday, I reached a milestone of sorts: My YouTube channel surpassed the 20,000 view mark. I couldn’t have done it without you (well, I suppose if I had never uploaded the content in the first place, you wouldn’t have had anything to watch, so yay me!). To celebrate this moment of Internet D-list celebrity status, I thought I’d take a moment to remind us of where it all started:

 


Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-09-16


Posted: September 16th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: | No Comments »


  • Harvey Pekar statue to be dedicated at Cleveland Heights' Lee Road library next month: http://t.co/ZQA9HXzt #
  • When I first saw this, I LITERALLY laughed my guts up… new #XKCD Cautionary Ghost http://t.co/l7t3icPZ #
  • via Open Culture: William S. Burroughs Shows You How to Make “Shotgun Art” http://t.co/VxGBOYxy #
  • Interview (1 of 3) w/ Godfather of Cyberpunk: William Gibson on Why Sci-Fi Writers Are (Thankfully) Almost Always Wrong http://t.co/mi1TEdtB #

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-09-09


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Two New “Visiting Scholars in DMAC” Profiles


Posted: September 7th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Rhetoric, video, web 2.0 | Tags: | No Comments »


From this past year’s Digital Media And Composition program (DMAC) comes this pair of profiles of our Visiting Scholars for the year (program participants invited to attend based upon their specific research agendas). As the two-week digital media-intensive program was wrapping up, I sat down with Melanie Yergeau (U of Michigan) and Elaine Richardson (OSU) for a brief chat, and here’s what they had to say…


Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-09-02


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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-08-26


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Cornfield Review: Online–Out Now!


Posted: August 24th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Bookshelf, Teaching, Typography/Graphic Design, Writing | No Comments »


splash graphicHot on the heels of the release of the 2012 print edition of Cornfield Review comes the latest installment of CR:Online, the digital media supplement featuring artists, photographers, writers, and designers from the OSUM/MTC/CSCC community. Give it  a gander.


Cornfield Review 2012 Out Now


Posted: August 22nd, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Bookshelf, Teaching, Typography/Graphic Design, Writing | No Comments »


CR2012 coverHey, you guys: The latest installment of Cornfield Review, OSU Marion’s long-lived student-edited literary magazine, is currently available for your reading pleasure. Print copies are available for free at various locations around campus, and a downloadable version of it is available at: http://cornfieldreview.osu.edu/issue/view/96/showToc. Get yours today!


Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-08-19


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