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First Version: Created as a visual guide to an Alexa “My Questions” application, this map is designed to guide users through the narrative of Bonnie and Clyde by suggesting questions to ask Alexa....

This project piece, rather than focusing on a particular data set, or the questions that could be posed given a set of data, focused instead on the ImagePlot tool. To showcase a possible use case scenario, while also demonstrating how to use the tool, the author of this guide choose...

If we take a moment to break down two forms of the word truth, the Roman Veritas and the Greek ἀλήθεια (aletheia), we come up with the terms: vir or man, a or not, and lethia or forget. So, through this linguistic breakdown, we can define the search of truth...

This is the story of two Texas natives who fell in love and, with their comrades, committed criminal and sometimes violent acts across the country, while being hunted by law enforcement....

Multiple system types can be seen within a single system. From the most basic, 0-0 Reacting, where an input equates to a simple output (ex. flipping a light switch or clicking a hyperlink) to the most complicated, where systems interact with one another on our behalf (ex Google assistant calling...

Short summaries of proposed narratives for portfolio project of Mediated Textualities. The three options proposed include: the story of Bonnie and Clyde, the events of 9/11, and the fall of the Berlin Wall. ...

The Web 2.0 infrastructure gives new meaning to identity. It is easier than ever to portray yourself in a specific light than ever before. At the beginning of the Facebook hype, many of my friends (myself included) had two Facebook accounts – one for our families, and one for our...

This advertisement from LEGO® is a great example of how signifiers and signified combine to give meaning to signs. The object or sign of a plane is characterized by features such as its wings, its function of flight, and the term "airplane." The cognitive representations of these features allow us...