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Final Reflection: Timmy Huynh

I listened to Brandon Bliesner, Emily Bruckner, and Tori Bredy. Brandon’s Oral History project was on walkmans vs iPods. It was interesting listening to the difference between the two listening devices so directly and seeing things like price, generation, and … Continue reading

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Oral History: Timmy Huynh

The interview went fairly well the room I held the interview in wasn’t as sound proof as I would’ve liked as the floors were wood and there was a little bit of echo. There was also a weird sound of … Continue reading

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Past, Present, and Future Technology: Interview Ideas: Timmy Huynh

I read chapter 10 on Bio-printing. This chapter had a lot of hypothetical as to what could and can happen if you were to need an organ. But one thing that ties with oral history is that they explain how … Continue reading

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Comics: Timmy Huynh

I believe my comic fits Scott’s definition because all of the relevant images are in a position and next to each other in a deliberate way. When I first heard that we were making comics I decided I wanted to … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital: Timmy Huynh

I didn’t read Scott McCloud’s Understand Comics in print, but I did read a lot of the comics in class. For me, some of those comics felt great to read because of the lamination feel of the paper. Whereas, others … Continue reading

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Digital Collage Timmy Huynh

The images I used came from google images and websites that allowed for re-purposing and reuse of the images. I chose these images because I believe they helped portrayed my message very well and they seemed to flow together nicely … Continue reading

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Technological Artifact: Timmy Huynh

I’ve used keyboards since I was young. I still remember typing with just my index fingers and needing to look at every button I was pressing. It wasn’t until I started playing online computer games that I really started typing … Continue reading

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