Extra Credit #3

For my final extra credit assignment, I attended the film Kiss Me, Stupid by Billy Wilder: the final Billy Wilder film showed during the Emory Cinematheque screening series this year. I personally found the film to be particularly sexist when looked at from a progressive, 21st century point of view. I found that the film, … Continue reading Extra Credit #3

Final Website Reflection

Over the course of the semester, I made several changes to my website; most importantly, I made my website an interface for all my classes at Emory, not just ENG 101 as it was previously. I wanted to make this website my own, in order to demonstrate my work and progression as a writer and … Continue reading Final Website Reflection

Final Creative Project and Artist Statement

Final Project: https://www.instagram.com/humansofuber_/ Artist's Statement/Explanation: For my creative project, I decided to create an Instagram page based of off the Humans of New York Instagram page. Over the course of a few weeks, I took twelve Uber trips and recorded my conversations with drivers, with their permission of course. I then screen shotted an image … Continue reading Final Creative Project and Artist Statement

Extra Credit #2

For my Extra Credit #2, I attended a lecture titled "The Domestic Interface & Queer Time in Gone Home" by Audrey Anable. The purpose of her lecture was to "tie up loose ends from her book" mainly in the discussion of the interface of Gone Home. She stated that her book Playing With Feelings left … Continue reading Extra Credit #2

Annotated Bibliography

“APPENDIX TWO: RIDEHAILING BEYOND UBER Meet Lyft, the Younger Twin.” Uberland: How Algorithms Are Rewriting the Rules of Work, by ALEX ROSENBLAT, 1st ed., University of California Press, Oakland, California, 2018, pp. 217–220. JSTOR, http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/j.ctv5cgbm3.13. Alex Rosenblat’s “APPENDIX TWO: RIDEHAILING BEYOND UBER Meet Lyft, the Younger Twin” addresses the competition within the rideshare industry, emphasized … Continue reading Annotated Bibliography