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Unformatted text preview: DIG 3153: Writing for Media Underberg Final Study Guide Revision (in essay writing)- third step before final draft is created. Having a fresh set of eyes look over it is always helpful. Transparency- looking past the delivery method to see the information presented. - “A window through which the viewer can see the objects represented.” Hypermediacy- an intense awareness of and reveling in the media, enjoying the computer for the computer. Ekphrasis- the use of words to replace images in explanations. Ket’s Ode to a Grecian Urn. Reverse ekphrasis- the use of images to replace words in explanations. Communication problem- first step to developing a creative concept. “what need?” is the shorthand question. . Writing concise prose on the Internet- Simple, direct language (not flowery prose)- Short phrases- Lists- Subheadings Sterne’s Tristam Shandy as hypertext-like- It does not have a linear course. The book seems to jump around instead of going in one direction. Illuminated manuscripts as hypertext-like- Inside something simple as a letter there can be numerous details, almost to the point of being a second story. Emotional content in digital storytelling- the feelings that are meant to be conveyed by the story. Emotional content in digital storytelling- the feelings that are meant to be conveyed by the story....
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course AMH 2020 taught by Professor Michelleadams during the Spring '06 term at University of Central Florida.

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