Critical Analysis: Jason Crider & Caleb Milligan, “Haptic Heuretics: Electrate Tinerking As Rhetorical Making”

Tinkering with the way we write and studying the relationship between method and outcome was a new concept to me. The study that Crider and Milligan discuss in their video is exactly that. They use a raspberry pi computer and a custom key board to see how it effects his writing and the results wereContinue reading “Critical Analysis: Jason Crider & Caleb Milligan, “Haptic Heuretics: Electrate Tinerking As Rhetorical Making””

Neural Networks and Machine Learning

The products of AI generated media/content ranges from confusing to absolutely astonishing. As we progress towards an automated reality where tasks and questions can be completed and answered by AI it becomes more and more important to understand it. As I was going through the examples of AI generated media I noticed the gap betweenContinue reading “Neural Networks and Machine Learning”

Iconographic Tracking

Laurie Gries in her article “Iconographic Tracking” writes to encourage building upon existing methods for studying rhetorical circulation such as circulation studies to further our understanding of how an image develops its rhetoric and impacts the social economy. Previous methodologies “narrow and limit the [image’s] projection” (Marback, 2008, p. 64) so she proposes, “Rather than moveContinue reading “Iconographic Tracking”