This is sort of a continuation of yesterday’s discussion on residual styles following the transition from oral to literary and then on to (not back to) a new orality. When considering the ways in which we organize our speeches, podcasts, etc., are there identifiable styles and inspirations? There are various types of podcasts, so there is no set or even general style. However, one of the most common is the radio show format. The organization and arrangement of the recording is based on this radio show format. The podcaster, whether fully intended or not, takes on the common, perhaps cliché, persona of the type of DJ he or she associates with that format. Read the rest of this entry »
What’s this all about?Initially, this blog detailed my doctorate and dissertation. I completed that life chapter and devote this blog to writing, content design, and user experience. Now, it sits, pretty much archived, yet containing much solid info.
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