Month: September 2018

Digital Storytelling

Week 4

  I really love photography. I have an absurd amount of pictures on my phone and laptop. I do the same thing with games-tons of screenshots. Camera phones are one of my favorite ever inventions because of that. I discovered Picasa this week, which is awesome. I will make so. many. collages. I will have…
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Guess What It Is

What it says on the tin. Guess what this photo I deliberately messed up is.

I’m taking back the crown

I’m gonna gush about American Gods some more. Aren’t you excited? As I’ve written before, the use of a visual medium for American Gods is amazing. There’s a lot of framing and perspective shots, especially when it comes to Shadow. Like, A LOT. I’m not kidding. I’ll refrain from putting them all in. This one…
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Fridge Cat

Malkav never gave up on his desire to live in the fridge, even after the time when he was a kitten that we didn’t see him in there, and he got shut in. Or when he really got too big to fit in there.


Glitter, Glitter

I searched for ‘glitter’ in Flickr. I greatly enjoy glitter. A lot of people hate it, but I like sparkly things. This…looks nothing like it. It’s kind of unsettling to look at, for some reason.

Welcome to the end of eras

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Week 3

This week, I wrote a lot. I had all of these posts sitting in drafts, because writing can be a loooong process for me. I think about what I’ve written, and sometimes I think of something to add, or a better way to say something, three days later. So we got extra time, and I…
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If it feels good, tastes good, it must be mine

There are crackers. So many crackers. Portable, and don’t require heat or cold. Ritz crackers and club crackers. Some of them have bologna, and most of them have cheese. Fake cheese, which I get crap about from my friends, but fake cheese is delicious and I will defend it until I die. Yeah it’s a…
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Tonight, the foxes hunt the hounds

American Gods is amazing in both print and on TV. It gets very meta at times, as the gods are extremely genre savvy. The most basic premise of the story is how legends are created, live, and die. It’s about what humans do for the gods, and what the gods do for us. It works…
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