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  1. page CAP- Goldsmith, The Bride Stripped Bare edited ... Goldsmith says: The interface design of UbuWeb is intentionally modeled toemphasized these sa…
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    Goldsmith says:
    The interface design of UbuWeb is intentionally modeled toemphasized these same flat, cool, and minimal qualities. Illusionisticdepth-of-space, three-dimensional modeling, and decoration of any sortis avoided. UbuWeb's form is meant to fit its function......UbuWeb isbecoming a clearinghouse for the avant-garde, something the Web sorely needs(3).
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    the author realizedmakes mention that the
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    the web willmay continue to
    Questions
    1. "Nude media" is a term Goldsmith introduces meaning "downloading strips bare" certain historical elements of the soundtrack the more it is exchanged. With the popularity of the Web how can historical properties remain with the work as it moves from place to place?
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  2. page CAP- Goldsmith, The Bride Stripped Bare edited ... Questions 1. "Nude media" is a term Goldsmith introduces meaning "downloading …
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    Questions
    1. "Nude media" is a term Goldsmith introduces meaning "downloading strips bare" certain historical elements of the soundtrack the more it is exchanged. With the popularity of the Web how can historical properties remain with the work as it moves from place to place?
    2.This2. This article was
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  3. page CAP- Goldsmith, The Bride Stripped Bare edited ... Goldsmith "The Bride Stripped Bare: Nude Media and the Dematerialization of Tony Curtis&q…
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    Goldsmith "The Bride Stripped Bare: Nude Media and the Dematerialization of Tony Curtis" introduces a number of new concepts and terms. From the onset of Netscape , Goldsmith in essence was hooked; "The first image I saw appear on the screen was a slowly unfurling interlaced gif"(2). Thus, explaining the birth of UbuWeb. The inception of UbuWeb played on the role of the computer when incorporating sound and concrete poetry in the Web environment.
    Goldsmith says:
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    minimal qualities. Illusionistic depth-of-space,Illusionisticdepth-of-space, three-dimensional modeling,
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    of any sort issortis avoided. UbuWeb's
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    its function......UbuWeb is becomingisbecoming a clearinghouse
    The article ultimately returns to a realization that in this process UbuWeb is simply another source (like many today) that possibly has little to no distinction from others like it. In a defeated conclusion the author realized that the infinity of the web will continue to strip bare the history of sound.
    Questions
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  4. page CAP- Goldsmith, The Bride Stripped Bare edited ... Goldsmith "The Bride Stripped Bare: Nude Media and the Dematerialization of Tony Curtis&q…
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    Goldsmith "The Bride Stripped Bare: Nude Media and the Dematerialization of Tony Curtis" introduces a number of new concepts and terms. From the onset of Netscape , Goldsmith in essence was hooked; "The first image I saw appear on the screen was a slowly unfurling interlaced gif"(2). Thus, explaining the birth of UbuWeb. The inception of UbuWeb played on the role of the computer when incorporating sound and concrete poetry in the Web environment.
    Goldsmith says:
    "TheThe interface design
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    intentionally modeled to emphasizedtoemphasized these same
    The article ultimately returns to a realization that in this process UbuWeb is simply another source (like many today) that possibly has little to no distinction from others like it. In a defeated conclusion the author realized that the infinity of the web will continue to strip bare the history of sound.
    Questions
    1. "Nude media" is a term Goldsmith introduces meaning "downloading strips bare" certain historical elements of the soundtrack the more it is exchanged. With the popularity of the Web how can historical properties remain with the work as it moves from place to place?
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    the humanities?
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  5. page CAP Week 4 - Hammond Chapter 8 edited ... Nevertheless games need to be talked about in narrative terms in order to “evaluate their suit…
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    Nevertheless games need to be talked about in narrative terms in order to “evaluate their suitability as a carrier of the literary impulse into the digital future” (190).
    The role of indie games, Gone Home and Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP for example.
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    emphasis original) AHammond is proposing that video games offer a balance between
    So why is it imperative to pay attention to this still new, malleable form?
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  6. page CAP Week 4 - Hammond Chapter 8 edited ... Hammond makes clear the youthfulness of the digital literature genre by questioning our terms …
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    Hammond makes clear the youthfulness of the digital literature genre by questioning our terms - are we reading, playing, or viewing these works? (180)
    These works, Hammond argues, were meant "to turn the question back on the reader." (181) He wonders if the multimodal aspects of these works are doing this, or if these aspects are simply distracting to the reader. He also wonders if we are the "antiquated devices" that are clashing with the new medium.
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    actually concerned aboutwith our ability
    The debate of interactivity vs. narration: The player of the game is not like the reader of a text, and the issue of time (Jasper Juul) + the issue of a ‘second life’ ideal (Austin Grossman)
    Nevertheless games need to be talked about in narrative terms in order to “evaluate their suitability as a carrier of the literary impulse into the digital future” (190).
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  7. page Week04 edited ... Thricedotted. Wikisext. http://collection.eliterature.org/3/work.html?work=wikisext John …
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    Thricedotted. Wikisext.
    http://collection.eliterature.org/3/work.html?work=wikisext
    JohnJohn: MSA Week Four: Thricedotted's Wikisext
    Bhatnagar, Ranjit. Pentametron
    http://collection.eliterature.org/3/work.html?work=pentametron
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