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Final Reflection: Zachary Larson

Angela Basinger interviews her grandmother, Donita, about the technological advancements in hospice care and how these changes have influenced the job experience. Donita is a retired nurse who highlights the efficiency and accuracy of the technologies we have today compared … Continue reading

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Oral History: Zachary Larson

In my interview, we discuss the progression of the camera and the role it has taken in history. Blake Gurney shares about his limited experience with cameras growing up, contrasting the level of technology between the time periods. The interview … Continue reading

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Past, Present, and Future Technology: Interview Ideas: Zachary Larson

Kelly Weinersmith and Zach Weiner illustrate the potential of the new technologies and where they might lead us in their book, “Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That’ll Improve and/or Ruin Everything.” As more agencies, such as Space X, begin to emerge, … Continue reading

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Comics: Zachary Larson

The short story I came up with for this project fits into McCloud’s definition of what makes up a comic. At the most basic level, my story follows a character through a sequence of frames to illustrate a timeline of … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital: Zachary Larson

It is hard to determine where the future of comics is headed in this growing digital age. The term carries so much flexibility that society will have the ability to push comics toward whatever definition they see fit. In McCloud’s … Continue reading

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Digital Collage: Zachary Larson

The imagery used in my collage came from several different sources all linked on the WSU creative commons page. These sources include NASA Images, Flickr, and the New York Public Library. I chose these specific images because they all play … Continue reading

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History of Collage & Photomontage: Zachary Larson

Rosalyn Drexler was a Pop Art connoisseur of the early sixties. She took content from journals and other print forms as the foundation for her art. Drexler utilizes bright pigments in her work to transform bland images into pieces of art … Continue reading

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Technological Artifact: Zachary Larson

When thinking about the technology my generation grew up with, I am fascinated at the journey of digital storage. Nowadays we seem to have access to an unlimited amount that all goes up into the cloud. The internet is ingesting … Continue reading

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