Pepys keeps count of the increasing fatalities, and the safety he feels being in the “City” relatively diminishes as the plague gets very close home.
Stories of Designs Past: Narrative Design Transmedia Archaeology
On the intersections of media archaeology and human computer interaction design. Provisional draft notes shared as a prompt for future research group discussion. I originally published this post on the HCID Comics, Games & Media Research Group blog.
Scraps- Quick Drafts
Where I try to write.
On the Aesthetic Education of Caregivers: Presentation Report from #GM2019 at the Parables of Care blog
A quick report from our international team's participation at the Graphic Medicine 2019 international conference in Brighton, UK, hosted by theBrighton and Sussex Medical School, 11-13 July 2019.
On Taking the Time to Perceive, Think, Write, and Share as Self-Preservation
On Mark Fisher, Audre Lorde and the importance of taking the time to focus on reading, on listening, on reflelcting, on writing and sharing as an act of self-preservation.
Recent Updates on the Parables of Care blog
We've had weekly updates on the Parables of Care blog. This month we've had two posts so far.
On the Journals UNAM Gave Away to Elsevier, @Red_HD
My post at the Red de Humanidades Digitales blog: http://humanidadesdigitales.net/blog/2017/08/07/revistas-academicas-elsevier-sciencedirect/#RedHD I also shared a revised dataset on figshare.
Later today the world will witness Donald Trump's inauguration as the new President of the United States of America.
At Graphixia: Death in the Library: On Bef and Yorko’s 1874
Yesterday Graphixia published its post number 202. It's a post by me, where I briefly discuss the graphic novella 1874, by Mexican authors Bernardo Fernández “Bef” and Jorge F. Muñoz “Yorko”.
My 2014 Blogging in Review
An 2014 annual report for my blog courtesy of WordPress.com.
Some Tips for WordPress.com Beginners
Where I share some blogging tips for wordpress.com beginners.
#LibPub Session 3: Comic Books, Libraries and Challenges in the Digital Age
For our third session of our Libraries and Publishing module at City University London, we will focus on comic books publishing and librarianship in the digital age.
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