Author Archives: Diana Rivera

BP 11 and Final Culture Jams

Cabaret Academy Question | Do you think that electorate metaphysics can be affected when it comes to the idea of flesh and emotions as you kind of suggested when it comes to electracy? “The key for electorate metaphysics is that this … Continue reading

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Culture Jamming – BP 10

Ulmer’s Question: Do you think that our intake of social media is the reason why electracy is the way that it is? Like does he think that electracy would be at a much greater level of power if social media … Continue reading

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BP 9

Ulmer’s Questions Heuretics Question: Do you think that if we begin to learn in a way that is heavily influenced by the creative figures in our current day and age? And through this how do you think it would be?  I … Continue reading

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Culture Jam Initial Research

“Creative Detourment” is the practice that artists use to rearrange and sample a message from an art piece that already has a predetermined message. “Culture Jamming” is the creation of images using well-known images to society to challenge and disrupt … Continue reading

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BP 8

Question for Ulmer:  Do you think that electracy is the way for future education?  “The caveat is that whatever the digital apparatus is becoming, it is not more literacy.”  Ulmer mentions a lot of the way that it was sort … Continue reading

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BP 6

Nicholas Carr –  “…the brain might in fact be in a constant state of flux, adapting to whatever task it’s called on to perform. “There is evidence that the cells of our brains literally develop and grow bigger with use, … Continue reading

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BP 4/BP 5

Sound, technology, and language; the three very important factors that allow education and cultures to be shared and taught throughout multiple societies. Sound allows us to hear music and speech and understand what they mean through their tunes, what the … Continue reading

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Exploratory Paper

While writing this paper I have really educated myself in a topic that I use almost on a daily bases. The MTA has always been something that New Yorker’s either hate or love. But do we all know how the … Continue reading

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BP #3

The three passages of Rath, Trask, and Gee speak of the importance of learning orality and the importance of learning orality to understand the history of the people or the culture a historian is trying to understand. When reading, Trask … Continue reading

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Tech-Lit Narrative

A love-hate letter to writing and the modern technologies and languages we use today. Leapfrog, a 5-year-old Diana’s best friend. Modern technology shaped the way that Diana learned to read and write, but will Diana stick to the modern world … Continue reading

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Warm Up

Hello! My name is Diana. I was born and raised in Spanish Harlem, I’ve lived in the same building and the same apartment my whole life. Needless to say, I don’t work well with change. I am Puerto Rican and … Continue reading

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