Another consideration for the potential application of digital orality is for those not currently able to read. Digital orality can be a great way for an illiterate person to communicate. That is, it seems theoretically possible to train one to use a basic recording application and microphone. While a truly and fully illiterate person would not be able to decipher all the commands, messages, and features displayed on screen, he or she could be shown where/what certain commands are, how to use them, and where to save files. 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.
QuotesWhere is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge? Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?
T.S. Eliot \"The Rock (1934)