Jerz: Writing for the Internet (EL 236)


11 Dec 2006

Final Exam (Date TBA)

There is no final exam as such, but class will meet during the final exam slot for informal oral presentations of Project 3.

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I remember the exam you gave our class. Make a website with three pages in 2 hrs, fix the pic of Peter etc. Those were the days. =)

Posted by: Leslie Rodriguez at November 23, 2006 10:11 PM

Here's the link to my website.
http://people.setonhill.edu/KarissaKilgore/Sugarpacket/index.html

Posted by: Karissa Kilgore at December 11, 2006 10:35 AM

http://people.setonhill.edu/TheStoop/Republican

I'm not gonna lie, my webpage is pretty much sweet. ;-)

Posted by: Paul Crossman at December 11, 2006 10:36 AM

It's a simple game about going on a quest to become a ninja. It's pretty linear and not very difficult and is more humour based than anything else.

Posted by: John Fish at December 11, 2006 10:37 AM

http://people.setonhill.edu/gel7219/portfolio/

Posted by: Diana Geleskie at December 11, 2006 10:37 AM

http://people.setonhill.edu/bar7018/robot.html

That is the URL to my website. My website combines health/science for young children. I went for a Frankenstein vs. The Twilight Zone. Animated yet educational. My website shows that I know how to code HTML.

Posted by: Jeremy Barrick at December 11, 2006 10:40 AM

here is a link to my blog page w/my urls on it...http://blogs.setonhill.edu/KathleenWalker/2006/12/project_3.html

Posted by: Katie at December 11, 2006 10:46 AM

Wiki profile! I'm pretty awesome, if I do say so myself. And as tiresome as it got, I had way too much fun working on this.

I worked on the Wikipedia site for Now Playing!, a roleplay community that I've been involved with for over a year. We started on this, but didn't get much work done, so I figured I would make it a little more useful to people. :D I worked on the pages for my own characters and added helpful info for people who were new and a little clueles as to what the group is like.

Posted by: Gabby at December 11, 2006 10:47 AM

I wasn't sure if the work I've done for the NCCHE site was enough for Project Three, so I expanded the site I created to house my IF--it now includes some interior pages and a few more links.

The following URL is a blog entry that contains my Project Two Source code (still a WIP) and links to the website I designed:

http://blogs.setonhill.edu/CherieMenser/2006/12/source_code_for_my_game.html

Posted by: Cherie at December 11, 2006 10:47 AM

http://people.setonhill.edu/gil2447/Chipmunk/chip1.html


Posted by: Tiffany Gilber at December 11, 2006 10:48 AM

Well, I wanted to do a website for IF but in order to first do so, I had to finish my first game. Well, I spent so much time working on the game, I didnt' really produce a full website. I have a few pages and a stylesheet but I spent most of the time I should have been working on my website working on my game to make it a whole entire game. So, pretty much, my game is my final project, although I will put the website up.

Posted by: Lori at December 11, 2006 10:55 AM

people.setonhill.edu/poi9794/oreos/index 2.html

Posted by: Mike Poiarkoff at December 11, 2006 11:00 AM

http://people.setonhill.edu/str4919/homepage.html

Posted by: Corey Struss at December 11, 2006 2:10 PM

here's the link to my website...its' on my blog too


http://people.setonhill.edu/pri4272/Nightlife.html

Posted by: Rachel Prichard at December 11, 2006 4:28 PM

http://people.setonhill.edu/pri4272/Nightlife.html

here's my website..its on my blog too

Posted by: Rachel Prichard at December 11, 2006 4:29 PM

Paul, I found your website to be pretty influential, and hilarious.

Conan the Republican was pretty amazing. It reminded me of the scene in UHF with Conan the Librarian! :)

It was also life-inspiring to see all the cartoons / things that make fun of John Kerry ;) It just reminds me that he will always look like hell.

Posted by: Corey Struss at December 11, 2006 4:29 PM

Diana,

Your website layout looks like it took a lot of time and effort. I commend you for that.

I also liked how you posted papers on the site, complete with an array of correctable errors. It helped me see what to do, and what not to do when writing a paper.

Posted by: Corey Struss at December 11, 2006 4:32 PM

Jeremy,

Your website looks pretty sweet. Some raunchy pictures always make for a good site.

There were a few problems, that can be fixed easily, including:

-Broken Links
-Some pictures not showing up.

I can't wait to see your website once these minor issues are fixed! ;-D

Posted by: Corey Struss at December 11, 2006 4:34 PM

http://people.setonhill.edu/pri4272/Nightlife.html

Posted by: Rachel Prichard at December 11, 2006 4:35 PM

Here us the address for my site...let me kno on my blog what you think about it..

http://people.setonhill.edu/pri4272/Nightlife.html

Posted by: Rachel Prichard at December 11, 2006 4:36 PM

Katie,

Your website was pretty good. The pictures really bring me up to speed with all the modern hairstyles. I'm contemplating on getting a *midsnip*. Hahaha.

It was fun to read about the history of hairstyles, and use my imagination to think of what people looked like back then.

Posted by: Corey Struss at December 11, 2006 4:39 PM

Gabby,

It's awesome to know that thereare fellow geeks in the vicinity. haha.

The website you made is real cool. It gave me a shot to see some of the characters you have thought up, giving me a glimpse into your mind and imagination.

Because of your efforts, I may try to get involved in Now Playing!, and give it a shot. What does a g33k got to lose?! ^^

Posted by: Corey Struss at December 11, 2006 4:42 PM

Cherie,

I wish I could have played this IF game! It looks amazing. You can tell that you put a ton of time into it.

The dialogue was hilarious, especially when "kissing the cat" - - "Won't cat lovers revolt?! Act now!" haha.

I can't wait until this game is playable, because I will be one of the first to give it a shot!

Posted by: Corey Struss at December 11, 2006 4:45 PM

Tiffany,

Your website was the most informational out of all the ones that I have read so far. Who would have thought that I could take 20 minutes out of my time to read about chipmunks?

It is apparent that you found some awesome links to inform the public about these cute woodland creatures. . . And the pictures that you found were really cool. They are a bit blurry, but that can be fixed!

Now if you'll excuse me, I'm gonna go make a Woodlink Ground Platform Feeder. :-D

Posted by: Corey Struss at December 11, 2006 4:48 PM

Mike,

I am totally floored by your website. It is indescribable. I didn't know how many ways there were to eat an oreo. I may have to go try it.

The pictures of Shawn and Spencer are hilarious...but I feel that the website could have been 19x better if Chaz was included. AHAHAHA.

Nice job dude.

Posted by: Corey Struss at December 11, 2006 4:54 PM

Rachel,

Your original website has come a long way. The pictures you found really sell the point that Pittsburgh has a pretty good night-life scene.

There are a few broken links, like the "SouthSide" one, and "Station Square". Other than that, the site is really informative and really makes me want to check out the scene in the 'burgh.

Posted by: Corey Struss at December 11, 2006 4:59 PM
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