I heart words…but I don’t always need them

Kress (2004) states that there is ‘a finite stock of words, vague, general, nearly empty of meaning’ (p.15). Candace argues in her tumblog however, ‘there’s an infinite number of ways to put them together’. I think Candace makes a great point here. I’d like to put aside, for the moment, the arguments about the primacy [...]

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Week 2 – Review

In order to be a bit more creative and experimental, I wanted to move away from purely text based posts. Prompted by Poster (2006), and in order to question the levels of morality we ascribe to non-human artefacts, I created an ambiguous entity and he/it invited comments on its like-ability. Jen’s response was the type [...]

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