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Loose-Fish - Jay Bushman - My goal is to use every conceivable method of transmitting information on the web as a vehicle for delivering story
In chap 89 of Moby-Dick, Melville describes the doctrine of “Fast-Fish and Loose-Fish,” which governs possession of whales on the high seas. A fast-fish is claimed, or fastened to a ship. Any fish that isn’t fastened, is up for grabs, or loose.
twitter  elit  social_software  literature  creativity  literacies  digital  storytelling  imported_from_delicious 
july 2008 by katieday
ELOWiki -- a wiki collaboration between the Library of Congress and the Electronic Literature Organization
This collection consists of sites that include works of electronic literature: works with important literary aspects that take advantage of the capabilities and contexts provided by the stand-alone or networked computer.
elit  literature  online  free  digital  literacies  ebooks  wikis  digitalgist  e-sources  imported_from_delicious 
july 2008 by katieday
Elit 2.0 (a guide to literary works on social software) at WRT: Writer Response Theory
why teach a course in Web 2.0 tools without some examples that push the boundaries of functional literacy with these tools?
literacies  media  literature  etexts  social_software  lesson_ideas  teaching  tools  web2.0  literacy  software_literacy  programming  elit  imported_from_delicious 
july 2008 by katieday

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