Author Archives: Ahmad Woods

Ahmad Woods – Final Paper

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Reading Response “Augusto Boal” – Ahmad Woods

I think it’s easy for civilizations to use theatrical performances to change society. Theater in itself is an art form, art can be and usually is a reflection of society which can bring about change within it or change within … Continue reading

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The Remaking Project – Ahmad Woods

(very sorry about this being late) The play I would like to rewrite for the Remaking project is the Count of Monte Cristo. While not originally a play but a novel it’s been adapted into several different forms of media … Continue reading

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Ahmad Woods – Midterm Paper

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Ahmad Woods – Invention Wishlist

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Ahmad Woods – Lead Response

In Phillip Arge’s Surveillance and Capture Two Models of Privacy examines 2 forms of information collection which he dubs as surveillance and capture. He specifically points to capture as being a relatively new form of information collection which then presents … Continue reading

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Ahmad Woods – Hypermedia Map Presentation

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Ahmad Woods – Linkage-Borges, Bush, etc.

In the garden of the forking paths the main character Yu Tsun is a spy whose cover has been blown and now has to complete his mission with little to no resources but he manages to think of a plan … Continue reading

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