Week Four Comments

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Look. Listen. Analyze.

For this assignment I chose to analyze The Joker Pencil Trick and Mob Scene. I chose this scene because The Joker is my favorite supervillain and let’s be honest, Heath Ledger was the best at playing the role. RIP Handsome.... Read more

Reading Movies and Other Techniques

I thought the blog post from Roger Ebert was very interesting and informative. I thought his technique of randomly pausing a film and analyzing the composition of individual frames was really neat and somewhat counter intuitive. I would not have... Read more

Moon Graffiti Reflection

The first thing I noticed about the Moon Graffiti story from The Truth Podcast was the plot of the story. The question “what if they crashed?” simply never occurred to me, but I am sure it occurred to President Nixon,... Read more

Week 3 Comments

This week I responded to a few comments on my blog post. Response 1 Response 2 Response 3 Response 4 Response 5 I also posted on a few classmates’ blogs. Comment 1 Comment 2 Comment 3 Comment 4 Comment 5... Read more

TED Radio Hour and ScottLo Reflection

I thought that the TED Radio Hour was neat. I never thought about how the lack of sound can create just as much of an impact as having sound. For example, the narrator notes that the robot made her feel... Read more

Ira Glass and Jad Abumrad Reflection

For this assignment I listened to part one and part two of Ira Glass’ segment on audio story telling. Ira said something that grabbed my attention from the start. He notes that in his opinion, in this medium of story... Read more

Vignelli Canon Reflection: A Subtle Diss on the American Imperial System

I thought that the Vignelli Canon was extremely interesting. I’ll start by saying this: my mom’s family is Italian and so is my boyfriend (he is a first generation American, woohoo!). So, I might be biased, but my initial reaction... Read more

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