The 1964 Earthquake

http://www.thinglink.com/scene/649066951334690818 The link to our project. Bibliography     Cohen, Stan. 8.6: The Great Alaska Earthquake, March 27, 1964. Missoula, MT:             Pictorial Histories Pub., 1995. Print.   Damage in Anchorage, Alaska. Digital image. Official Top List. Web.     Damage in Kodiak, Alaska. Digital image.Http://vilda.alaska.edu/utils/ajaxhelper/?CISOROOT=cdmg11&CIS OPTR=7403&action=2&DMSCALE=80&DMWIDTH=512&DMHEIGHT=474&DMX=0&DMY=0&DMTEXT=&DMROTATE=0. Web.     “Earthquake Aftermath at Chenega.” YouTube. YouTube, 24 Oct.…

Project Plan : Connecting Alaska

Our Story: Our is story is non-fiction, and includes the 1964 earthquake in Homer, Alaska. We will be concentrating on the earthquake itself and how it affected the rest of Alaska, specifically the South Central cities of Alaska. We will also be talking about how different states in Alaska helped the areas affected in their time…

Alaska Gold Rush Proposal

How did Fairbanks Alaska come to be in existence? Why did people come to the middle of Alaska and decide to stay? The answer is gold. The thought of getting rich off gold would bring thousands of people north. Felix Predro in 1902 struck gold and E.T. Barnette built a trading post off the Chena…

Capstone 1

Part 1: Creation Section Ergodic literature, mentioned by Espen J. Aarseth in Cybertext: Perspectives on Ergodic Literature, takes more than the irrelevant actions of moving one’s eyes over a page or turning to the next page to continue through the text. Aarseth also explains his thinking on what ergodic actually is in his passage. He…

Knowledge is Power

In David Golumbia’s Games without Play, he writes a portion of his passage on Leveling Up and Machtgelust, the idea of a lust for power being what drives the games such as World of Warcraft can be linked to almost every game I would believe.  The idea of this gaining power and flaunting ones power can be seen in different…