Category Archives: Visual Rhetoric

notes from the interblags: the childish edition

I want to write extensively on these, but given time constraints, I’ll just give some links and let you think, with perhaps a bit of musing from myself: • There is a viral video going around that is supposed to … Continue reading

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Super Tuesday infographics

via Information Aesthetics, check out this blog post about infographics used to depict Super Tuesday primary results. Something to use in class, perhaps, as we talk about graphics in technical writing.

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what makes this election different, plus the monopoly on “change” and “hope”

I think this election cycle is exciting for a variety of reasons, but one of them is the ways in which individuals and groups not attached to the campaigns are remixing and creating content, posting it on the web, and … Continue reading

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“I will fight for the little guy”

Via Viz. I have to be honest: I haven’t followed a second of Oregonian Senate electoral politics (even while my fingers and eyes have been glued to CNN and NPR’s websites on the presidential primaries). However, these ads are pretty … Continue reading

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LOC begins to use Flickr

Cara A. Finnegan writes that the Library of Congress has started to post some of its images on Flickr, including the collections the 1930s-40s in Color and News in the 1910s. This is a pretty cool step for the Library … Continue reading

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