Book - Because Digital Writing Matters - National Writing Project with Dànielle Nicole DeVoss, Elyse Eidman-Aadahl, and Troy Hicks (Jossey-Bass, 2010)

Library Catalog - Because digital writing matters :improving student writing in online and multimedia environments /National Writing Project ; with Dànielle Nicole DeVoss, Elyse Eidman-Aadahl, and Troy Hicks.

http://50ways.wikispaces.com/#  50 ways to tell a story

jpg This will take you to Alan Levine's amazing wikipage 50 Ways to Tell a Story.

Many see hypertext as reflective of how the human mind works. This is attributed to Vannevar Bush’s statement reflection that the human mind works “by association. With one item in its grasp, it snaps instantly to the next that is suggested by the association of thoughts, in accordance with some intricate web of trails carried by the cells of the brain.” (1945)

Nearly еvеrуоnе enjoys thе dіffеrеnt types оf entertainment, аnd sоmе people enjoy еvеn mоrе bеіng entertainers.

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You have an idea but don't know how to begin writing your book. You have started writing your book but don't know how to finish. You have a manuscript that needs work to make it.

Tim Berners-Lee stated, “ Let’s use the web to create neat new exciting things. Let’s use the Web to help people understand each other.” For learners, it should be ‘hard fun’.

Tim Berners-Lee stated, “ Let’s use the web to create neat new exciting things. Let’s use the Web to help people understand each other.” For learners, it should be ‘hard fun’.

Tim Berners-Lee stated, “ Let’s use the web to create neat new exciting things. Let’s use the Web to help people understand each other.” For learners, it should be ‘hard fun’.

Tim Berners-Lee stated, “ Let’s use the web to create neat new exciting things. Let’s use the Web to help people understand each other.” For learners, it should be ‘hard fun’.

Text Analysis of 2012 Digital Humanities Job Adverts - electric archeology

Text Analysis of 2012 Digital Humanities Job Adverts - electric archeology

The accidents of reading a hypertext (changing your destination, forgetting your point of departure, or getting lost along the way) are not a priori the effects of inappropriate cues, misinterpreted reference or poor design, but the general condition of the hypertext as text (a fabric of iterable marks), amplified by the narrative turns of the link (the trace of the marks' iterability).   http://www.newmediareader.com/cd_samples/WOE/Harpold.html

The accidents of reading a hypertext (changing your destination, forgetting your point of departure, or getting lost along the way) are not a priori the effects of inappropriate cues, misinterpreted reference or poor design, but the general condition of the hypertext as text (a fabric of iterable marks), amplified by the narrative turns of the link (the trace of the marks' iterability). http://www.newmediareader.com/cd_samples/WOE/Harpold.html

so easy :)    http://www.writingpedia.com/images/post.gif

so easy :) http://www.writingpedia.com/images/post.gif

Are images replacing language?  http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/imr/2012/02/07/writing-after-death-print#

Voiceover text reads: "In Apocalypse Now, Brando said a few definitive and incommunicable sentences: "Horror has a face and a name.

Networked communications systems facilitate inquiries into networked systems

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... broader issues to consider ... the role of visual communication, media skills, VLEs (which are rarely platform neutral nor open and interoperable), the role of open access materials and it's relationship to trends in Open Access publishing, intellectual property rights and copyright, statistics (...), and the role of for-profit but free at the point of use web services as providers of "mission critical" information services. (Nicola Osborne, 2008)

... broader issues to consider ... the role of visual communication, media skills, VLEs (which are rarely platform neutral nor open and interoperable), the role of open access materials and it's relationship to trends in Open Access publishing, intellectual property rights and copyright, statistics (...), and the role of for-profit but free at the point of use web services as providers of "mission critical" information services. (Nicola Osborne, 2008)

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