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Digital History: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Is it possible to research, design, write and publish a successful digital history project? Yes and no. After reviewing several digital history projects I have come to the conclusion that some projects can have great success while other just fall flat. Most of the historical research is impeccable and useful, some of the sites lack a user friendly interface,...

Digital History: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Is it possible to research, design, write and publish a successful digital history project? Yes and no. After reviewing several digital history projects I have come to the conclusion that some projects can have great success while other just fall flat. Most of the historical research is impeccable and useful, some of the sites lack a user friendly interface,...

It’s Been A While

Sorry about the long absence I have just been busy with other blogs for school. I am going to continue working on restructuring the website as I have deleted some files and pages that are no longer in use. This process may take a while because of the blogs I am currently working on, but I do promise to...

It’s Been A While

Sorry about the long absence I have just been busy with other blogs for school. I am going to continue working on restructuring the website as I have deleted some files and pages that are no longer in use. This process may take a while because of the blogs I am currently working on, but I do promise to...

Revamped Twine Game

I remade my practice Twine game with new visuals. Morning Story For anyone interested in all of the illustrations, I’ve included them on a separate webpage. Cut to...

My Final Project!

Here is what I submitted as my final project: http://philome.la/Chillinliketoof/chances Enjoy and let me know what you guys think in the comment box down below!...

JttCotA Part V.V (Can you even do that?): Reflection

How the hell did the Ancient Romans deal with decimals? Anyway, trying to jump into a programming language like I have is like playing a Bethesda game, but your only resource is a web forum. You have no idea where to go or what to do, you have a vague idea of where you want to go, and on...

JttCotA Part V.V (Can you even do that?): Reflection

How the hell did the Ancient Romans deal with decimals? Anyway, trying to jump into a programming language like I have is like playing a Bethesda game, but your only resource is a web forum. You have no idea where to go or what to do, you have a vague idea of where you want to go, and on...

Digital Studies Final Project: Van Goghing, Going, Gone!

I’ve finally finished my interactive Twine game! You can play it here. All of the images used in the game come from Wikipedia and fall under fair use, because they are in the public domain. Credit for the Newspaper Templates I use goes to this wonderful site!...

JttCotA: Part V: Western Promises

I have had a very exciting moment in the development of my app. It’s on the level of the first time Oppenheimer ran the debugging software on his prototype nuke and it gave a little explosion, or the time that Steven Spielberg first hit the power button for Bruce and it bit half of his arm off before crashing....

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