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.…

My Pitch…

  Fairbanks is about three hundred miles away from the next actual city, (Anchorage). After listening to everybody talk about how living in the city of Fairbanks is, and what it means to be an Alaskan, I realized how different it is from other parts of the state. It’s almost as if this single big…

Questions

Calypso Farm: How/ When did the farm start, and how has it grown into so many different areas (Farming, Ecology, Blacksmithing)? What do you guys do in the winter time here? Parks and Recreation: How do you keep all of these parks maintained at forty below? How is having parks here in the Fairbanks area…

Digital Story Telling?

I have found that digital story telling is using digital media, usually in a video, that incorporates text, video clips, photos, and narration to tell some sort of story. I noticed that some were also presented as powerpoint and other forms of multi-media. Almost like a commercial. https://librarydigitalstorytelling.wordpress.com/what/ http://digitalstorytelling.coe.uh.edu/example_stories.cfm  

Capstone 1, David Woo

Interactivity in Electronic Literature. Electronic literature is defined as any sort of literature that can be accessed through a computer or some other type of electronic device. Programers and writers are able to utilize the different capabilities of computers and other software. As a result authors are able to incorporate more interactivity into their pieces…

Games?

One of my classmates, Louis, described David Golumbia’s piece, “Games without Play,” as a rant, and I think Louis is right. Golumbia spends a lot of time basically complaining very densely about people that have began to misinterpret the word “play” with the evolution of video games. But I believe his piece goes a little…

The World of Pry

It seems like eons ago, as Katherine Hales puts it in her essay on digital literature, when people were bending the rules to expand the world of literature to printed books. It was a monumental change that helped launch a new era of Renaissance and it helped to establish a new benchmark for education. Today,…