Building on the (surprising) popularity of my Total Beginner’s Guide to Twine 2.0, I’ve just posted a fully updated series of videos for Twine 2.1. The differences between the two versions are subtle, but sufficient to warrant a new series of videos. And I think these guides are a little better or..
Every since creating my moderately popular guide to Twine last year, I’ve been meaning to put together a series of videos explaining the basics of HTML and CSS, the coding languages of the web. Since Twine publishes to these standard web formats, knowing a bit about how they work can be very usefu..
I’m teaching Twine right now in my Introduction to Digital Humanities class, so I’ve been working on some instructional guides and videos. I’ve begun to collect them on this page: A Total Beginner’s Guide to Twine.
The first assignment for my Intro to Digital Humanities class is a deliberately ugly webpage in the style of 90s personal “homepages.” The idea is to learn HTML and CSS without having to worry much about content, and without having to reign in the desire to use every CSS trick conceivable. I gave ..
In November 2015, I invited Sean Bohrman — co-founder of Burger Records — to talk to my SDSU undergraduate class, “The Social Politics of Indie.” He very graciously accepted, I made a poster, and students came out in droves. It was the best-attended event I’ve been to at SDSU (granted, I’ve only b..