Dialects, memes, stories, and DIYs. Typically, these random assortment of words would seem odd to placed together; however, over the last few weeks, this list has allowed me to have been able to delve more deeply into these digital genres in order to gather a better view of the Internet world. … More From Online Caterpillar to Digital Butterfly
This week, I explored yet another digital genre known as DIYs (Do It Yourself). Posts, videos, and articles that fall within this category all work to show the audience how to do something, and the tasks can range from seemingly simple tasks to ones that are massively complex. … More Doing a DIY Yourself
In the context of enhancing my digital writing skills, there is an obvious genre that must be addressed as a part of this process: storytelling. … More If a Picture is Worth a Thousand Words, Where Does That Leave Digital Stories?
As I further explore what the Internet has in store for its users, there is a category of familiar media posts that is not to be ignored: memes. To me, this word seems to be used fairly casually in recent society, but I have never truly been given a definition as to what this phenomenon … More Say What You Meme
As someone who is just beginning with analyzing how the Internet and the digital world affect the physical world, it seems fitting to discuss how people connect to the virtual world. One of the basic links between the virtual and the physical worlds is text; whether words are spoken or written, there is a specific way a message is conveyed. The most personal and easily-identifiable way to discuss gaps in the listening and understanding of speech is through … More Plugging Into Internet Outlets