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Article writing from the thesis whisperer

October 24th, 2012 · No Comments · Publications

Write that journal article in 7 days from RMIT University

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Wordle Video Archive Panel

July 2nd, 2012 · No Comments · research

The four abstracts from: Rueben Staton, Seth Keen, Adrian Miles and Grayson Cooke put together for the NonfictioNow video archive panel. (Click to view larger version) The panel precis: Nonfiction, narrative, and the archive: Audio Visual Experiments In this panel the relationship of the audio visual archive to narrative and nonfiction will be investigated. Each […]

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INC Publishing presentation

December 6th, 2011 · No Comments · internet

Geert Lovink speaking at New School on publishing initiatives and innovative approaches at Institute of Network Cultures. Geert Lovink, Hogeschool van Amsterdam, University of Amsterdam from The Politics of Digital Culture on Vimeo. Do-It-Together: Digital Publishing Experiments at the Institute of Network Cultures

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Structuring a journal article

November 10th, 2011 · No Comments · research

A great prezi presentation titled ‘Write that journal article in 7 days’. by Inger Mewburn linked off the Thesis Whisperer blog in the Learn with Whisperer section in the sidebar. An extended article on this topic by Inger.

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Research down the track

March 8th, 2011 · No Comments · research

Longer term think about setting up a practice research group as a key learning and research unit in Melbourne. Think about case studies as an angle on publication writing. Integrated into that could be the use of documentary techniques like interviewing. The other thing to think about, is writing about the methodology being used on […]

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labsome exegesis (production orientated)

November 24th, 2008 · No Comments · Uncategorized

In the notes on project-based Honours research in labsome AM in his discussion on this type of research as an introduction for examiners, sums up what is expected in the exegesis. There are two approaches to this type of research, The first is production focused with the objective to produce media objects. The second is […]

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a soft book on software studies

November 24th, 2008 · No Comments · references

Nate just sent me Lev’s latest book Software Takes Command which you can downoad as pdf or doc. It is licensed under CC and the book takes on some of the characteristics of software (from the opening page): One of the advantages of online distribution which I can control is that I don’t have to […]

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links for 2008-09-01

September 1st, 2008 · No Comments · Social Media

Aspen Movie Map – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia An early (1978) visual hypermedia mapping project of a city publihsed on laserdisc (tags: mapping interactive hypermedia research) X|Media|Lab – Tech – adikted.tv (beta) Adikted publish the xml keynotes from the videodefunct melbourne DIY TV lab (tags: videodefunct internettv) Scott's Bio | Scott Sigler: Bestselling Horror Author […]

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open book example

March 27th, 2008 · No Comments · open source, references

Lisa Gye posted this open book example ‘The Googlization of Everything’ by Siva Vaidhyanathanto to the fc list. The author Siva Vaidhyanathan uses the open book process (Institute for the Future of the Book) to critique Google. The book is a “book blog” and Vaidhyanathanto lays out some major research questions in the summary: This […]

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