In this lab, I introduce three counter-GIFs that respond to and subvert the conventions of various GIF genres.
This counter-GIF subverts the conventions of the reaction GIF […]
hannah l. wrote a new post, It Me: Digital Blackface and the Impulse to Self-Identify, on the site Introduction to Digital Studies 2 weeks, 1 day ago
When scrolling through Instagram or Facebook or Twitter or Tumblr in 2017, we are likely to find various iterations of “it me.” Sometimes the self-identification is in response to a GIF (e.g., “literally me rn”) […]
hannah l. wrote a new post, Whose Job Is It to Make the Internet More Sustainable?, on the site Introduction to Digital Studies 3 weeks, 6 days ago
Do self-identified tree huggers hesitate before replying-all to an email? According to an infographic published by Kualo (an internet hosting service powered by renewables), those concerned about the environmental […]
Embarrassingly, I owe my formative political education to a website called Tumblr dot com. Although I created my Tumblr in high school for the sole purpose of reblogging random lifestyle imagery, I eventually […]
A superficial feminist reading of Neuromancer might explore questions of Molly’s “empowerment” in black and-white terms—is Neuromancer a feminist work? Was Molly truly “empowered” in her work as a meat puppet (a […]