In past posts, I have established digital orality as relevant to the way we communicate using non-textual (largely oral), computer-mediated communication forms, such as podcasting and vodcasting. I have juxtaposed this concept to writing, noting the differences between the two and why communicative writing tools, such as IM and Chat cannot be forms of digital orality. I have been careful to not form a binary (“orality vs. writing”), since one of the foundational points I want to examine is how the two interact in given situations and media. However, looking at the many forms of communication media and trends that arise seemingly weekly, I question how something like Jott fits in with this structure. 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.
QuotesThe world breaks everyone and afterward many are stronger at the broken places.