Written by: Katy McDonald As we begin thinking about finishing up the quarter, it’s time to reflect on the many guest speakers we’ve had and how they’ve contributed to our knowledge of writing in digital media. For me, Kat Kramer from the Denver BookBar store really intrigued me in how she used social media to […]
Written by: Katy McDonald So far, things are great! My social media account has been growing at a nice and steady pace. I’ve gained about 89 followers organically from just following accounts that have similar content as mine, liking their posts, and definitely from using #hashtags. These strategies have proved to be incredibly useful in […]
https://prezi.com/p/aurgv6g3pyj2/ We thought the two of these readings fit well together so we found ways to mesh them so that they create a comprehensive guide to boosting your Instagram page through multimodality.
Remediated by: Estrella, Karl, Cassy, Katy Anthropologist Mary Douglas (1991) examines the very thin line sepa- rating a joke from an insult: a joke expresses something a community is ready to hear; an insult expresses something it doesn’t want to consider. Thus, recognizing a joke involves exchanging judgments about the world and defining oneself either with […]
Five years ago, one would rarely have seen a house filled with succulents or landscapers suggesting to their clients to use xeriscaping, a form of drought resistant gardening, in their front yards. Yet today, succulents have become an international hit amongst millennials due to their low level of maintenance and vibrant colors that make them […]