Category Archives: Design

Some post-Watson thoughts

I’m in a coffee shop in Louisville, thinking about the conference, what I learned, and what I missed. I’m bummed that I got into town Thursday afternoon, in time to miss some cool talks Thursday that I wanted to see. … Continue reading

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The Future is Now: Presentation to the RU Board of Governors

From the WPA listserve (which I just joined a few days ago), Richard Miller’s 7-minute presentation to the Rutger University’s Board of Governors: I would say that the Humanities, in the last 10-20 years, somewhat lost its way in becoming … Continue reading

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Pecha Kucha:

via Johndan Johnson-Eilola, a YouTube video by Daniel Pink on using emotional intelligence in signs, which is an interesting topic in and of itself, but he does the presentation in Pecha Kucha style, where there are 20 slides shown for … Continue reading

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design and typeface

As an editor to OutLines (the OSU Pride Center newsletter) and assistant editor to Teaching with Writing this year, I’ve thought a bit about typefaces more so than in the past. I remember being young and enthusiastic back in 1990 … Continue reading

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