Author: Sarah Park

Conan O’Brien Meets Kinetic Typography

By far, my favourite form of electronic literature that we’ve looked at in class has been kinetic typography. I’m guessing a lot of other people in E.Lit found this form interesting as well since after we had to read DAKOTA for class, two other classmates wrote posts that mentioned kinetic typography (links here and here). First off, what is kinetic…

You Are What You Say: “Soliloquy”

Picking my first checkpoint topic was difficult for me, to say the least. I went on the E-Lit directory and randomly choose one based on its title. Soliloquy: it’s short, it’s sweet and has a spicy aftertaste of complexity. To provide a bit of background on “Soliloquy,” it is a project that Kenneth Goldsmith made that essentially captured every single…

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