To understand this question, we need to understand the core idea of the digital … what does “digital” mean?
So, these are ZEROS and ONES. This is how things have to be represented in order for computers to “understand” them. Every computer, from you Android or iPhone to your car to your laptop to the information system that stores your grades and transcript – speaks this and only this language.
Like words … this I the ASCII code
http://www.turbulence.org/Works/song/method/method.htmlhttp://www.turbulence.org/Works/song/mono.htmlFor example, the picture above was built from the first line of a very simple piece: Mary Had a Little Lamb. Each arch connects two identical passages. To clarify the connection between the visualization and the song, in this diagram the score is displayed beneath the arches.
Plan of the Course
• Seminar and studio tracks (Tues and Thurs)
• Survey of ideas, projects, and technologies
• Historical, Critical, and Practical
• Focus on core theme of how rhetoric and
reasoning change with the new media
– Are linear, verbal arguments side effects of literacy?
– Do new media bring there new forms of reasoning?
• See WordPress site and syllabus
– Set up your home directories
– Install JEdit on your computer
– Read Kirschenbaum, “Hello Worlds”
• To be posted …