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Introduction In a previous post, Information Lifecycle: Creation, I wrote about the when, how, what, why, and who of information creation; I also defined information disorder and touched on the different types of information disorder. If you haven’t read the previous Information Lifecycle posts, I recommend doing that first. Links: What is Information Information Creation… Continue reading Information Collection
Introduction In What is Information, I wrote about the definition of information, how the concept of information has been used historically, and introduced the information lifecycle. The post launched my Information Lifecycle series, which explores each stage of the information lifecycle, discusses information disorder throughout the lifecycle, and aims to increase information literacy for readers.… Continue reading Information Creation
“What lies at the heart of every living thing is not a fire, not warm breath, not a ‘spark of life.’ It is information, words, instructions… If you want to understand life, don’t think about vibrant, throbbing gels and oozes, think about information technology.” Richard Dawkins Introduction What is information, and how does it get… Continue reading What is Information?
preface This is the last of three posts about art and code, specifically about the similarities in chronological flow/process. I recommend reading the first post and second post prior to this one. These are subjective views/opinions/not facts and are from the perspective of a novice programmer and visual artist. This topic deserves a much longer… Continue reading art and code (3/3)
preface This is the second of three posts about art and code, specifically about the similarities in chronological flow/process. I recommend reading the first post before this post: link. These are subjective views/opinions/not facts and are from the perspective of a novice programmer and visual artist. This topic deserves a much longer extrapolation and could… Continue reading art and code (2/3)
I first learned basic array methods several months ago. I learned them, I moved on, and I forgot them. So – I didn’t really learn them. In fact, I could never remember the difference between pop and push, and shift and unshift. Which ones were additive and put more stuff in the array, and which… Continue reading (Some) Basic Array Methods
This post is dedicated to talking about one of my recent projects, Mindfull World. To note, this project is not yet complete in its vision, but is at the time of writing this, at a phased stopping point. Because I ❤️ process, I’ll talk about that and also get include the HTML and CSS for… Continue reading Mindfull World
This post introduces a useful tool I discovered for reflecting on my own learning process. Education is full of paradigms, theories, and tactics – as a former educator, I am familiar with some of these and never thought to use them as self-reflection tools, as a learner of programming, until recently. What is Experiential Learning… Continue reading Experiential Learning Theory and Coding
This is the first of a series of posts about the similarities between art-making and coding.