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3 May 2018
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In the End of the Semester…

Depth:
While this may not have been my longest blog post, “Working on Different Platforms of Writing”, has given me some level of depth on how the brain adjusts to a new skill of technology. Older platforms like typescripts or just plain handwriting were just the beginning for brains to learn a new …

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2 May 2018
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Magazine Writing Portfolio

Depth:
The biggest depth I’ve gone into for the Canvas blog posts was the God of War 5 coverage story. The article was the longest one in the book that instantly caught my eye and I’ve dived deeper in why a gamer would be interested in this particular game announcement. The …

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14 April 2018
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The Author’s Mind: Coming to Your Brains Near You

Fans, critics, literary analysts has tried so hard to unlock the depths of an author’s mind through their work.
Theories and conspiracies in the work open a small peek into the mind and understand why they wrote that way. In other cases, people would write their own fanfictions from the original …

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8 April 2018
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In Life: Digital Doesn’t Always Suit Our Needs

I like writing on my computer.
It’s easy, accessible to pictures or information to help build my stories and worlds, and a lot faster to jot down words than handwriting them.
But there are times that the computer life doesn’t always cut it for me when I really need it. Word does offer …

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4 April 2018
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Working on Different Platforms of Writing

What I find interesting about adjusting to a different writing platform is that it forces us to think about what we know from our regular devices and explore how to use the old ones.
The Typescript project, for example, was a completely different experience altogether. We had to slow down …

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28 March 2018
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The paths A Writer Must Pick

For any writer, any story has an astronomical number of possibilities for the beginning of the story, the middle, and finally the “official” end. I know that some authors make some gameplan about the MC’s relationships towards other characters and with the final decision of which characters will be killed off …

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28 March 2018
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Old School Books is Losing Interest for “Non-Readers”

When I talk about “non-readers”, I’m talking about people who just can’t seem to take the time to read a book at all. These types of readers are more interested in something outside the pages, more physical where they don’t have to imagine the images and let reality do the job …

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22 March 2018
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Portfolio 2: In the Middle

Cover Post: This post will have all my thoughts, concerns and personal judgement on my process in Tps: Future media. There will be mentions of past blog posts and class discussion posts about the current reading, Gutenberg’s Fingerprint, and the process for the latest project the Typescript. Other class peers posts will …

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22 March 2018
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Various Types of Readers

Everyone has their method of madness in life. Some may call us weird for leaving the pillow on the floor to remember to do our homework or clean our rooms, but it works.
This article has gone into many details that print readers have to re-read twice because of the habit of …

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21 March 2018
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What is a “Book” Now?

Books have always been on paper for the longest time, but now people are starting to shift from being unable to read paper books and prefer reading digital books. So why is that?
I’ve had a few personal theories and conversations why there are so many views of different book lovers in …

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