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Below Zero Weblog Portfolio: Fall 2006, Part 3

This is the third installment of my weblog portfolio for the fall of 2006. Here are some links to the first two parts of this package:

Below Zero Weblog Portfolio: Fall 2006, Part 1
Below Zero Weblog Portfolio: Fall 2006, Part 2

Please feel free to explore; I'd suggest following the installments in order, since they demonstrate my growth and development as a new media professional throughout this semester.


EL405: Project 2 Proposal - Here I discussed some of my developing thoughts about project 2 in the weeks leading up to the initial development. (This entry was included in my last portfolio, as well, but it has sparked more discussion since then, so I felt it was worth including.) [Coverage, Depth, Discussion]

Final Project Development Journal: A puzzling beginning - In this entry I describe the initial development of my final project, an interactive fiction game entitled "The Escape." [Coverage, Depth]

Final Project Development Journal: Unraveling a mystery while winding up a story - Here I describe the final stages of development for my interactive fiction game, as well as some of my hopes for expanding upon this project further in the future or perhaps even taking up interactive fiction programming and storytelling as a professional endeavor. [Coverage, Depth, Interaction, Timeliness]

Final Project Development Journal: The Escape, v1.0 - In this entry I provide a link and some brief instructions for downloading the release version of my final project. [Coverage, Wildcard]


Xenoblogging

Girl Meets World - A Hammer a Day - Here I left a thoughtful comment on Amanda's blog.
Sugarpacket - Project Breakdown: making it manageable - Here I left a supportive suggestion on Karissa's blog.
Tranquility Lost - EL405: Collision Course - Here I left a supportive comment on Mike's blog.

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