This post details how I used the digital knowledge base and note-taking application Obsidian in a college course I taught last year, Writing in Digital Environments.
Here's a roundup of stuff from this week that I've been doing here, as well as recommendations for stuff to listen to and read elsewhere.
Recently, I heard folks on The Majority Report podcast praising a recent comedy film that I hadn't heard of: Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar. It was fantastic and a refreshing entry into the comedy genre.
This will probably be my last daily post during my Covid quarantine. I'll stay in this room for a few more days to ensure that A doesn't get it. But I think this little format has run out of steam.
Today will be a shorter post. Rather than write, I spent most of the day a) submitting grades and b) working on a new track.
I do hope that these posts don't communicate: "pity me!"
My second day of Covid. The good news: A tested this morning and so far continues to come up negative. The bad news: I feel like butt.
Well. I made it several years into the Covid-19 pandemic without catching the virus. Unfortunately, my time has come.
Here's a short post on how I've integrated some of the genre-thinking across other "recent" posts into my classes this semester.
A concept that is has been popping up in recent posts is genre. It's not surprising, as genre is central not only to film--increasingly, the focus of this blog--but to rhetoric and writing studies, my academic home. But what *is* genre?