Happy belated Thanksgiving!
Writing online and the image that people, corporations, or entities are trying to portray, and the methods with which these images work, are constantly in a state of evolution and never cease to shift. When we generated memes in class with Kevin, it was an interesting exposure to a new form […]
(sorry these are really bad) I enjoy reading memes, but have never made one, so at first I was a little stumped about where to start. As I was creating the memes, I thought about the multimodality not just of the medium (overlap of text/image/cultural references) but […]
Is BuzzFeed a more in-depth meme? Yes! Tell me about it… There are many ways that BuzzFeed is consumed. First, it has it’s own website that allows people to search posts by category, take quizzes, create their own post, and randomize which post they will look at. There is also […]
For this lab, I contributed to the private Facebook group called Dogspotting. My post included a photo of a cute dog and a caption to that specifies where the photo was taken. The piece of writing (or whatever) is consumed by members of this private group on Facebook. The facebook group […]
Here, have a meme. Happy Thanksgiving!
One thing that i found insightful during this lab which i later thought about in the lab where we were asked whether or not the ibook presented was a book or not, was the idea of society, and how society has a big impact on defining the meaning of […]
https://twitter.com/116bot code: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/53135365/ThisIsJustToSay.py
You can find some examples of memes at these websites: Reddit r/AdviceAnimals Reddit r/Memes You can make memes with these sites: MemeGen Meme Generator You can research meme origins here: Know Your Meme Lab Report: For this lab we talked about multimodality, and created a basic form […]
Creating the Eliza chatterbot was something completely new for me. I have never coded before, and was surprised at how much I enjoyed it. Even though the tutorial was extremely simple, I never thought of coding as something I could easily grasp so I was pleased when my final program […]