Browsing All posts tagged under »Jay David Bolter«

And you thought electronically delivered history was all about the content…

February 13, 2012 by

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… and you thought all I focus on is history… humpf! I keep telling people, electronically delivered history isn’t simply a matter of a new platform (the Web) for a place to put stuff (aka the same old print media layout and design)… and this round of books in the pic above, being packed-up for […]

An extension of thoughts or “virtual intelligence”

January 9, 2009 by

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The spring semester is days away and I’ve been tossing some ideas about in my head as to how I want to approach the hybrid practicum/thesis project that I will be developing. I think I’ve refined my original objective and am ready to move forward on Monday. Keep in mind, my current program is Technical Communication, […]

The potential of Augmented Reality (AR) in historic tours

September 2, 2008 by

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As one who has a passion for enhanced historic experiences, I can say only one thing about this… it’s just way too cool!

A Quick Tech-Note

March 11, 2008 by

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Just a quick note to keep the digital history category active (not that it becomes inactive for lack of postings but that I want to keep postings active while I labor over my hypertext non-fiction project and read Bolter and Grusin’s Remediation)… I found this great site for up-to-date information about Web technology, ReadWriteWeb, and […]