hcarp

  • hcarp wrote a new post on the site Gender & Technology 4 years, 1 month ago

    You decide it’s finally time to download a new assistant software your tech-savvy friend has been begging you to get. What you don’t realize is that the bugs reported by the reviewers of the software are a little […]

  • hcarp wrote a new post on the site Electronic Literature 4 years, 1 month ago

    Walking home one day in New York, you experience an interesting encounter with a homeless man on the sidewalk. That chance encounter and other decisions will lead to a world eerily reminiscent of the world we […]

  • hcarp wrote a new post on the site Electronic Literature 4 years, 1 month ago

    One of the biggest themes in blog posts of mine for this class (and others, now that I think about it) are ways in which what I am blogging about directly affects society. My first post was titled “The A […]

  • hcarp wrote a new post on the site Gender & Technology 4 years, 1 month ago

    Speak has been an interesting novel to read, especially through the third part. I felt like the first two parts really served to immerse us and give us a backdrop for what has happened in the third part and what […]

  • hcarp wrote a new post on the site Electronic Literature 4 years, 2 months ago

    While playing “How to Rob a Bank”, I noticed about halfway through (and don’t remember if this was the case before I noticed it), that Ted’s spelling wasn’t very good. He searched “Wyld barriers said to eet” and […]

  • hcarp wrote a new post on the site Gender & Technology 4 years, 2 months ago

    While playing “How to Rob a Bank”, I noticed about halfway through (and don’t remember if this was the case before I noticed it), that Ted’s spelling wasn’t very good. He searched “Wyld barriers said to eet” and […]

  • hcarp wrote a new post on the site Electronic Literature 4 years, 2 months ago

    Rettberg states that the forms of network writing he detailed all share one thing in common- that through their self-reflexive nature they “encourage audiences to reconsider the situation of the human in the c […]

  • hcarp wrote a new post on the site Gender & Technology 4 years, 3 months ago

    I knew there was an issue with how gender and technology interact, but I wasn’t aware of how deeply-rooted it is into seemingly every technological aspect of our lives. I feel like I shouldn’t be, but I am shocked […]

  • hcarp wrote a new post on the site Electronic Literature 4 years, 3 months ago

    I was slightly taken aback at Rettberg’s suggestion that a new role for the human poet could be editing “poetry entirely generated by machine intelligence based on a process that remains both invisible and lar […]

  • hcarp wrote a new post on the site Gender & Technology 4 years, 4 months ago

    Throughout our studies of killjoys, it is curious to me how feminists equate being a killjoy to being a feminist. In her survival kit, Ahmed writes that “feminism needs feminists to survive”, claims that statement […]

  • hcarp wrote a new post on the site Electronic Literature 4 years, 4 months ago

    This new form of interactive fiction is more storylike than games like “The Baron” or “Shade”, although they remain just as sinister and outlandish. Between what we have read about and experienced ourselves, there […]

  • hcarp wrote a new post on the site Gender & Technology 4 years, 4 months ago

    The “profit motive” of companies Roberts writes about when censoring content on websites has always interested me, although not always from a monetary standpoint.

    In the fall of 2018, two of YouTuber Cody Ko’s […]

  • hcarp wrote a new post on the site Electronic Literature 4 years, 4 months ago

    One of the things that interested me most about our readings were the short stories that we were assigned. In both, the books mentioned tested the limits of the affordances of books we had previously discussed […]

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