I’m one of those people who can barely stand to look at photos of themselves, much less videos. But I forced myself to watch this, and I think it’s not too bad.
Earlier today, I sent out a big burst of tweets. Collectively, they offer an entirely decent summary of Literature in the Digital Age. And so here they are, preserved and rearranged in chronological order.
I’m teaching Twine right now in my Introduction to Digital Humanities class, so I’ve been working on some instructional […]
The first assignment for my Intro to Digital Humanities class is a deliberately ugly webpage in the style […]
In November 2015, I invited Sean Bohrman — co-founder of Burger Records — to talk to my SDSU undergraduate […]
Below is the full text of a paper I delivered at the 2015 conference of the Modernist Studies […]
I’ve received the cover proofs for Literature in the Digital Age: An Introduction from Cambridge. I think this book […]
On March 3rd, I’ll be leading a workshop on writing electronic literature (aka videogames) on the Twine platform. […]
We’ve received quite a bit of feedback in the months since GutenTag’s initial launch. One of the most […]
Julian Brooke and I are very pleased to announce the beta release of GutenTag, our free, open-source, multi-platform, pun-friendly […]