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How Does Bradbury Introduce Characters?

Here we go everybody. At long last, we’re up and running, and we’re starting with some content regarding Ray Bradbury’s sci-fi classic, Fahrenheit 451. Enjoy the episode and transcript for your resources. 943 more words


Human meta language

I came around a psychological test called Roschachs test and an interesting hypothes which I read in Thomas Anzs biography of Franz Kafka and that is that the interpretation of someone, here of Kafka is more expressive and telling not about the Kafka but about the biographer himself. 226 more words

Life In Faith And Faith In Life

Roland 'Barthes'


The Barthes method of breaking down communication through a visual channel is using the method of the ‘Semiotics’, reading the signs of what is being expressed, for example taking a poster and looking at the true meaning and what it’s trying to tell us in detail. 398 more words

Media Theory

It's OK to give up

How many times have you found yourself on the verge of giving up and you hear those words “don’t give up, you can do it” coming out of someone’s mouth? 285 more words


Screen Cultures and Selves (Lecture 2)


How we make meaning? How do we understand who we are? How do we identify with the world/images/films/TV/computer games/books?

  • Meaning → Semiotics → Signs (we know red means stop and green means go)
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Class Notes

The Sounds of Document Design

By John Collins

Please read the rest of this document in the voice of Morgan Freeman. You will begin to notice, if you have taken my request with sincerity, that the pace of each sentence, phrase, word, and sound begins to slow and fall into a comforting rhythm. 1,015 more words