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Tisha Turk ([personal profile] tishaturk) wrote2016-11-03 09:42 pm

I made this!

A while back--okay, more like 18 months ago--I published an essay and didn't mention it here because it's not, strictly speaking, about vidding or fandom. (It's about "technological professional development": professors learning how to use technology in our teaching and scholarship.)

But earlier this week, because we're having a research nerd-fest on my campus, the essay was brought back to my attention, and I remembered that there is one part of it that might be of interest to fans, which is the intro video. As I say in the video, "most of what I know about new media technology and new media composing I learned from online media fandom."



You can also, if you're so inclined, read the whole essay--it's online and open-access--though I note that something has changed about the code since it was originally posted and the layout is kind of screwy in places. Honestly, the video and the animated .gif (I learned how to do a new thing!) are probably the best parts anyway.
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[personal profile] everbright 2016-11-04 03:28 am (UTC)(link)
Oh this is neat! It's a lovely intro, you state your purpose perfectly clearly and the visuals help to keep your attention.
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[personal profile] laurashapiro 2016-11-04 02:53 pm (UTC)(link)
FUN! What a great way to introduce the essay. It's lovely to look at, meaningful, funny, and it was a huge pleasure to hear your voice and be reminded of how smart you are. (:
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[personal profile] renenet 2016-11-05 06:55 pm (UTC)(link)
Awesome! 5 stars! Would watch and read again!!