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Final Reflection: Melissa Urueta

I listened to Jenna Walker’s oral history. She interviewed her grandma and the discussion began with where she studied and how she had to turn in her assignments. The grandma had a typewriter. She talks about the differences between the … Continue reading

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Oral History: Melissa Urueta

For my oral history project I ended up interviewing my friend’s older brother who is a wsu alumni and was visiting. I had never met him before conducting the interview so it was a little awkward at first but towards … Continue reading

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Comics Continued: Melissa Urueta

The film American Splendor combines two worlds together, it combines the world of comics into a world of film all while telling the story of Harvey Pekar the author to the “American Splendor” comic book series. This film starts by … Continue reading

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Past, Present, and Future Technology: Interview Ideas: Melissa Urueta

1) Reflects on how the future technology described in “Soonish” relates to notions of oral history as you understand them from the StoryCorps project The way  that Kelly Weinersmith, the author of the book Soonish, describes the future of technology is … Continue reading

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Comics: Melissa Urueta

My comic is a very traditional take on a comic. It fits into Scott McCloud’s definition because it is a bunch  of images in a sequencing order that is deliberate and mine tells a story. It is formatted in a … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital: Melissa Urueta

Reading  Scott McCloud’s book understanding comics was not the first time I had to read a comic formatted this way or even the first time that I read a comic for class. So when I read through it, it was … Continue reading

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Digital Collage: Melissa Urueta

  My collage all comes from images of nature. They are all bout different beautiful pieces of nature that can all happen in real life. The wave, the pink moon, and the snow in the background are all things that can … Continue reading

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History of Collage & Photomontage: Melissa Urueta

This piece was made by a California-based artist, Eugenia Loli, who creates art by fusing vintage photographs all together creating a collage that displays surreal compositions. She started by studying computer science and then becoming a technology journalist. This background … Continue reading

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Technological Artifact: Melissa Urueta

The first piece of technology that I can remember that I wanted was something that could play my cds and play the radio. My parents gave me this Sony stereo for Christmas one year. This was the what really started … Continue reading

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