In week 10, we had an online lecture instead of face-to-face one, given by ‘Adrian Miles’.
-Image source from the video clip uploaded on Seth’s blog
Hypertext is world wide web system where the strict linearity is unnecessary. It is multilinear.
What is called a ‘pre-hypertext’: an encyclopedia, etc,. is not de facto hypertext neither hypertext film where [...]
A blogger ‘Tejas’ talking about the benefits of linking between blogs. I thought I sort of remind me of the articles that I read for my essay last week. Here’s the list:
When you link to a blog or a website, you recognise other person’s work
You become authority of something
When you link to somebody else’s blog [...]
One of editors of Defamer Australia, Jess McGuire, came in to give us a lecture for this week.
The lecture, overall, was quite intriguing regarding the fact that she doesn’t have a writing-related degree from Uni though, she makes a living out of her writing.
She gave us some useful tips on how to become a well-known [...]
This week’s lecture was about how networks we use nowadays were invented through the history of World War II.
During the war, finding central points could mean wiping out whole army itself. Thus, decentralization was the key for information to keep flowing in war times. When war was over, American key thinkers started to think about [...]