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Final Reflection: Josue Cuevas

For the final blog I decided to review the interviews of Rachel Lentz, Melissa Urueta, and Juan Guzman. Melissa Urueta: After listening to Melissa’s audio clip a few times, one of the things I liked the effects of using chilling … Continue reading

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Oral History: Josue Cuevas

The whole interview went alright I would say. It was tough recording this interview with my brother in law Marco because of the personal stuff that went on during thanksgiving break. My niece, Marco’s daughter the day I left home … Continue reading

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Past, Present, and Future Technology: Interview Ideas: Josue Cuevas

So I read the sixth part of the book “Soonish” titled ‘Robotic Construction’. This part of the book talks about how we should be moving towards having robots work in construction jobs specifically in building houses. How it relates to … Continue reading

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Comics: Josue Cuevas

What I like about Scott McCloud’s definition of a comic is that it’s very broad now. So I do think that my comic indeed fits the definition of comics by Scott McCloud because my comic is a set of juxtaposed … Continue reading

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Digital Collage: Josue Cuevas

  The imagery for my collage are images that represent my culture and what I grew up loving. Each image has it’s purpose and special meaning to my heart that’s why I choose them specifically. With the Mexican food in … Continue reading

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History of Collage & Photomontage: Josue Cuevas

I’ve decided to go with this collage by John Turck as my example. The artist John Turck is know to create collages by hand and blend elements from nature, pop culture and architecture. Mr. Turck’s main goal is to design … Continue reading

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Technological Artifact: Josue Cuevas

If I would have to think of an technological artifact that defines me it would be a VCR other wise known as a video cassette recorder. I choose this because I love movies and memories much like other people and … Continue reading

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