Oh my god, I completely forgot to do this. I had a draft saved and everything. I choose ‘creative coding’ for my first DGST module mainly because I liked the prompt:  I love poetry, but I was also greatly influenced by being tired of science majors treating me like I was inferior to them. I figured if I could somehow learn how to code overnight, no Bio major would ever be able to scoff at me again (why do they scoff? Chances are high that…Continue Reading “Coding 1: The task”

Admittedly, I began learning Python only a few days before my project was due. A bit of reasearch told me that it took an average of two weeks to really learn the language. I tried to teach myself from something called Learn Python The Hard Way, which had me downloading Notepad ++, using PowerShell as a terminal, and banging my head against a table. This will now be the third time I’ve mentioned Mary Clark, but she was the only other person in my class…Continue Reading “Coding 2: The Cinquain”

Sadly, our unit on Neuromancer has come to a close. But is it sad? While I will miss discussing literature in class,  our close reading of Gibson’s Neuromancer has effectively set me on an interesting thought path- an equation that is perhaps unsolvable. Since the novel deals largely with artificial intelligence, the question of why AI’s trope is  always to turn against humans was brought up. Surely the technology would recognize that it was created by a flawed being (a human) and would thereby consider…Continue Reading “The Empathy Equation: Neuromancer”

My main site, New-Ingenue, was created for my Digital Storytelling course in the Spring of 2015, before the university had a digital studies concentration. This specific post was originally crafted for my Intro to Digital Studies class in early 2016, and has since been updated to mark my stylistic progress. There is also, in my opinion, a marked difference in my skill level regarding writing for the web: Okay, here we finally are with my sub domain! It took me forever to set up, and…Continue Reading “Hi, finally!”