• Monday Oct. 14th   We finally took our tap essays into our Writing & Digital Media class to have our classmates read over them and point out where we could improve them.   They pointed out errors that I kind of already knew about and had tried to fix, but failed somehow to fix completely. […]

  • Wednesday Oct. 9th   I think I can honestly say I’m in a love-hate relationship with Tapestry. I like the way they can turn out from what I’ve seen of other tap essays. I, however, hate having to deal with its interface. We talked over some of the shortcomings of the program in my Writing […]

  • Monday Oct. 7th   Today in my Writing & Digital Media class we discussed the writing process some more. Our professor asked us to draw out where we normally work on writing. I drew my bed. Others drew their desks or the great outdoors. That made me think about all the other places I could […]

  • Wednesday Oct. 2nd   Today I started working with Tapestry. We read some of the tap essays that other users have created. I found that my favorites were ones created by NATHALIE. They’re like tap-able comic books. I found that I’m much more willing to tap through an essay that is mostly or purely pictures […]

  • Tuesday Oct. 1st   These are the ideas that I thought up for a tap essay:   Explanation of the Seelie and Unseelie Courts Explanation to a kid on why seniors in high school act like they do (just came up with during class) Dissection of alchemical symbols What to do during awkward silences (just […]