Final Project Description (Don Baracskay)
The Importance of Context: Data Can’t Interpret Itself
Courting Chaos: The Infinite Game
Translation of Data within The Bug
Digital and Analog
Final Synopsis/ “Artist’s Statement”: Does Knowledge Differ From Truth?
Part 3: Project Description
Final Project – Don’t Believe Your Eyes
Final Data is Limitless
Final Project – Understand
The Control of Data
Literature can Change the World (of the Literature)
Final Project- The Bug
Final Project Part 3 (Kyle Carrier)
Data Makes the Man (or Woman)
Data Has Feelings
Some Afterclass Thoughts
A Novel Not About Elevators
In response to class 4/9 and 4/14
Multiple Intelligences of the Empiricists and Intuitionists
Invisible: Whitehead’s Racial Commentary in The Intuitionist
Response to Caitlyn Jones
Hybrids – Response to Nikhil’s post (Don Baracskay)
Response to Caitlyn Lankowski
Response to Austin’s Post
Response to Nikhil
A Digitized Culture
What do Elevators Symbolize?
A Response to McPherson
Comparison of Progressions in Part One
Technical Concerns with “U.S. Operating Systems at Mid-Century: […]”
Please, won’t anyone think of the elevators?
Response to Daniel’s QSer Post
Gamification’s Dark Side (Response to Gregory’s Post “Gaming the Quantified Self”)
Gamification: Good or Evil?
The Value of Data
Is Life a game? (Don Baracskay)
Reader Post: Quantification of Life
Gaming the Quantified Self
Data Occupations – Am I a QSer!?
Data Occupations Reader Post
Data Visualization (Don Baracskay)
CREEP’s and REVOLUTION’s
The Rate of Time
Visualizing the Chronology
Visualizing Eternity in Death
Map of Only Revolutions
The Patterns in the Dates
Classifications of Person in Both Narratives
Symmetries within Only Revolutions
Could the Plants and Animals Mean Something?
Data Visualization (Part 3 of Assignment)
Noise important to the Theme
Days between Chronological Dates of Sam and Hailey
Life is Circular (Don Baracskay)
Eyes, Drive, and go
Go HOPE forever: Observer
Is the narrative becoming easier to read?
The Twists and the Bees
As “Time” Goes On
An Argument for Noise in Only Revolutions
Honey, Feer, and Kiss (Observer Post)
Timekeeping in Only Revolutions
Reading Only Revolutions
A Distant Reading of Distant Secrets
Animals and Plants
Evolution of the Humanities Studies into Statistics-based Approaches?
Hailey, Sam, and US
Sexydexy Creeps are Allone
Counting Distinguished Words
Springing into the Summer, Falling into the Winter (Observer)
Dr. Abstract and Professor “Difficult”
Response to Caitlyn
Response to the general confusion caused by the novel seen in prior Reader’s posts (Don Baracskay)
Response to Caitlyn’s Post
Response to Nikhil: Only Revolutions
Class on Tuesday, Feb 24
Trying to Make Some Sense
Trying to Read Four Stories!
Different narratives or just different perspectives?
How did Danielewski intend his book to be read?
Can Someone Remind Me How to Read?
With Flecks of Bleugh
Enlightened by Amazon
Fear, Money, and Catastrophe!
Predict, Prevent, and Rebuild
The “Odds” of “Future” “Disaster” throughout “Odds Against Tomorrow”
Courage, Fear and Prophets
Who is Mitchell?
Glimpses of a Great Man – A Response to Greg’s Reader Post
Response to The Fallacy of the Future
Difficulties of Computing and Literature
Big Data is Good – OAT Response to Adam
Love of Money (or Lack Thereof): A Response to Taylor’s “OATRP”
Odds Against Tomorrow (Reader)
The Fallacy of the Future (Don Baracskay)
Odds Against Tomorrow (Reader Blog)
Odds Against Tomorrow Reader Blog
Cycle 2 Observer Assignment
How Much We Talk (Don Baracskay)
Data on correlation between technology usage and social interaction
From Netflix to Spotify
Can machines really explore and predict humans?
A Response to Big Data and Advertising
Can anyone really resist cookies?
Is big data really destroying humanity?
Some of us are doing something!
Using Machines to Explore Humans – Jonah Miller
Big Data and Advertising
Like, OMG, Netflix
Scientia sit Potentia
What We’re Doing About It
Out Technological Lives: Observer Post 1
Why do we sit where we sit? – Observation
Cycle 2 Observer Post – Jonah Miller
Observations: Preparedness vs. Participation
Response to The Role of Ethan and Roberta
But the Paradigms!
Response to Women in the Programming World (Don Baracskay)
Response to Daniel’s “The Role of Ethan and Roberta”
The Role of Music
The Role of Ethan and Roberta
Time Gaps Throughout the Novel
Women in the Programming World
The Origin of Modern Hyper-Masculinization of Programming
Ullman’s Game of Dead Programmers
Data in Reading Data
Proximity to the Professor Zone Proves Nothing
Observer, Week 1
In Class Observation #1
Data: “Time of Discussion” and “Responses vs Shirt Colors” for 1/20/2015
A Response to “What’s Bugging Ethan Levin?” – Jonah Miller
Narrative, Database, and the Temporal Mind: a response to Daniel Pasker’s blog “The ‘Personalized’ Database”
A Response from a typical Psych Major- Vanessa Macpherson
A Response To “Role Reversal”
A Response to “Part 2 Blog”- Madeline Bebler
Role Reversal (Don Baracskay)
What’s Bugging Ethan Levin? – Adam Carroll
Group 1 Reader – Greggory Adams
Part 2 Blog (Kyle Carrier)
The “Personalized” Database?
Cycle 1 Observer Assignment
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