Welcome to my Digital Crib!
Tan Yue LingThursday, Mar 15, 2018 - 06:31:49 pm
My desktop is as cluttered as my brain is. (so is my room)
I have a lot of junk files and applications that I don’t even frequently use stored on the left of my screen. It’s like an organised mess, you know?
My to-do list are always open in my notes.
Youtube is ALWAYS on for music.
Facebook is always there for distraction Read more →
Micro-Project #8: I am My Desktop
It is not that messy because I only got this laptop recently for the new semester so it’s still quite new! I was too lazy to change the default background, plus it actually looks quite nice with the mountains and pink hues so I just left it as it is since it was quite pleasant to my eyes haha! I Read more →
This is me: My Desktop
Tan Xiang ReiThursday, Mar 15, 2018 - 06:31:07 pm
If you can see the files all of them are screenshot for research as part of the project that I’m doing. As you can tell I don’t have any files on my desktop. this is because I recently sent this laptop for servicing and they wiped my HDD of all the data. I retrieved my Read more →
Hello I am desktop
ROS FARZANAThursday, Mar 15, 2018 - 06:30:51 pm
I try my best to organise my files. I actually have a lot of unwanted and old files that I don’t delete(but I should). I procrastinate deleting stuff that everything just piles up.
The wallpaper is taken using a new 50mm lens I just bought during that point of time. Which I excitedly used it straight after receiving it from the Read more →
The story of my desktop:
I like keeping it organised, consistently organised!! Only because I find productivity with a clean slate. Hehehe.
[EI] Micro-Project #7: A Day in the Life of Super Participation
Find out about what happened in our day here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/346254359199743/
My group and I decided to execute this micro-project on Tuesday. It started at 12am sharp and as usual, most ADM students were still wide awake at this hour. The things that were shared throughout the day included the food we ate, projects we worked on, and thoughts that we were Read more →
Face Book, Literally
Statistics indicated that Facebook is one of the most used social media platforms in the world, even so in recent years. In sync with the outburst of modern technologies, app creators seized the opportunity to milk the market. Over billions of accounts are created online. A platform like Facebook, for example, is utilized to enhance Read more →
[EI] Micro-Project #6: The Art of the Meme
Here are the memes that Zhen Qi and I came up with during lesson!
This micro-project is probably my favourite thus far! Meme-making is a favourite past time of my friends and I because they reflect our stressful school lives in a humorous manner. Surprisingly, it is stress-reliving to poke fun at our stressful lives through Read more →
Ant Farm, Media Burn Review
(Video of Media Burn, the Project)
On the third space once again, the audience from all parts of the world coincides with the Adobe Connect platform to watch the live conference hosted by Mr Randall Packer and Chip Lord. Founded in 1968 by Chip Lord and Doug Michels, Ant Farm explores Read more →
Do It With Others and Experimental Interaction
Do It With Others (DIWO) is a variation on Do It Yourself (DIY) where activity is now shared through participatory media.
In this approach, peers connect and collaborate, creating their own structures, using either digital networks or shared physical environments, making an art that is both made and distributed across a network.
— Do It With Others (DIWO): Participatory Media in Read more →
It could even be said that art is not interactive without DIWO.My advice though is that when you make these kind of declarative statements, that you find more effective ways to support them. Why, for example, is art not interactive without DIWO? You could say that the definition of interactivity is when the viewer interacts with the artwork, is actually able to affect the outcome of the artwork. But if the viewer is only interacting with a digital work, then how are they doing it with others? Well, one distinction is that DIWO is more specifically a group activity, and requires interaction between people. I emphasize this one statement because earlier in the essay you do an excellent job of introducing DIWO as collaborative and participatory, however you want to have a strong conclusion that builds on the many ideas and examples you have introduced. Also, I would have liked to have seen at least one example from Furtherfield in addition to the examples you gave from the micro-projects, and a reference to the Marc Garrett lecture. Lastly, I was very impressed that you were able to login, weren't you in Iceland?