My group have finally finished our Broadcast Media segment (which I may post on my blog but probably not) and it is a great relief. But we couldn’t of done it without the Final Cut King Thanks to his clear and concise manner my group used several of his tutorials from 3 way colour correcting [...]
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On reflection of the HTML test I feel that I could have done a lot better! Although I did prepare for the test by going over the HTML links given to us throughout the the tutorials; instead of building HTML in order to make one whole table with 3 seperate components I went into the [...]
Disclaimer: Before making assumptions on the content of this post from the blog post title please read the post first. It is intentionally “Tongue n’ Cheek”. Learning from Stephanie Rice’s mistakes! Be careful what you put on the internets As I was flicking through the paper this morning an internet related story caught my eye [...]
Finally found a theme, although I’m not totally convinced on it. There are wayyyyy to many themes for my liking so I’m gonna call it quits for now. I’m that tired I thought the star on the theme started to move. Will hopefully finish off the rest of the essay tomorrow. Bedtime.
Maybe a bit to excited about putting a subscribe button on the blog and I will be very surprised if anyone does subscribe but getting that button up there felt pretty sweet for some reason. I think I am starting to enjoy blogging to a degree…hopefully this enthusiasm continues for the rest of the semester.
For my essay the extract my group chose was from the chapter ‘Blogging thoughts’ by Torill Mortensen & Jill Walker. The extract heavily focuses on the idea of links playing a significant role in the weblog environment and the whole idea that posts can continue to grow as they continue to be linked from blog [...]
One of my goals this semester, was to read other blogs, analyse the different kinds of writing used in them and adapt characteristics I liked into my own blog. A blog that I quite like is American comedian’s Michael Ian Black. His blogs are often written in an informal and sarcastic manner with quite a [...]
Although this tutorial is from 2007, it gives an in-depth look at how to manipulate text around an image in order to get a sleeker looking blog post that contains images. I played around with the Snoop Dogg image and text in the post below however due to the height of the picture and there [...]
The videos we didn’t have time to see in the lecture: