Category Archives: Artist/Article Responses

Written responses to journals and articles.

A Response to “10 Steps to Better Blogging” by Dan Frommer

http://www.splatf.com/2011/12/better-blogging/ This article by Dan Frommer seems to have 2 main overarching ideas. Firstly, make sure that you blog is accurate and factual. If you post incorrect, redundant, or contradictory information, you lose credibility, and thus, lose readers. The second … Continue reading

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A Response to “Make Every Word Count” by Steve Butry

http://stevebuttry.wordpress.com/2011/11/15/make-every-word-count-tips-for-polishing-and-tightening-copy/ The article by Steve Butry raised a couple of interesting ideas. One of the main things he keeps making reference to is to make the article tight and interesting. If it is a boring read, then no one will … Continue reading

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A Response to “On Getting Paid” by Jessica Hische

http://www.jessicahische.is/obsessedwiththeinternet/category/andhelpingyougetpaid The first thing I have to say about this article is that the writing style is excellent. The way that the writer of this article is speaking to the readers makes the article actually entertaining, and I found myself … Continue reading

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“Monument” by Caleb Larsen

Monument is an installation by artist Caleb Larsen, and is a piece heavily reliant on data sharing and data input. The piece reads in from thousands of different news sources around the world (in English) and creates a physical output … Continue reading

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“Delusions of Dialogue: Control and Choice in Interactive Art” by Jim Campbell

This article by Jim Campbell is a document about interface and control in an interactive art piece. The core of his article is the statement he makes, saying that “the program has three main functions: (1) to interpret the sensory … Continue reading

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