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Night of Reading the Dead

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Roger Ebert’s essay “How to Read a Movie” spoke on how camera angles and positioning of characters within a frame are incredibly telling to the essence of the scene. I more so enjoyed his point that more can be seen through multiple people’s eyes. Ebert said: “For example, I had been […]

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Radio Show – A Glance Back

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My Radio Show Gif It Good: a post about how my addiction to gifs is never-ending đź“ş #theend106 #ds106 https://t.co/jhnQe4DlO0 pic.twitter.com/ebMKOIaKSa — cypherpunk106 (@cypherpunk106) March 5, 2018 The production of my radio show was both fun and tedious. Writing the show was great, adding in every detail we could and […]

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Both Together and Separate

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In the video, “How radio creates empathy“, Jad Abumrad’s idea of “co-imagining” seems closely related to the idea of written text and reading. All readers have are words on a page, from that they have to imagine every image and detail of the senses. But with radio, as Abumrad mentioned, listening to […]

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There Will Come//The End

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This week, I read two short stories: the 1950 Ray Bradbury story “There Will Come Soft Rains” with the main character being a house and the 1986 Stephen King story “The End of the Whole Mess” with a narrator writing until he can’t anymore. Bradbury’s story really drew me in since […]