Tri-Co DH fellow, Shahzeen Nasim, spent part of her summer at the Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) taking the course: “Multimedia: Design for Audio, Visual, and Electronic Environments.” Here is a snazzy video she created during the course discusses some logistics surrounding the conference.
It’s true. You may only live once, but you live forever on the Internet. I’ve Googled myself, gone through all the hits that show up with my name, and thought about what this would imply for my future. As a marketing intern, I’ve slowly come to realize just how important it is to create and maintain a clean online identity. We’ve all heard about how Facebook and Twitter can get you fired, but I don’t think we’ve really discussed the importance of the maintenance and creation of a profile that could get you hired. I’ve decided that this is where I will touch down in my flash presentation for the fall.
|—||Mirella Deocadiz, Tri-Co DH Fellow|
How can something as big as Google or Facebook have no physical presence in the real world?
A sneak peak at Tri-Co DH Fellow, Jon Appel’s animation film in progress: