Flash’s Farewell

In my previous pitch blog post, I pitched my project and outlined the analytical framework I would be utilising for it. This post will be going into depth about this framework concerning flash games, which includes the concepts of nostalgia, genre, and technology. Slide from my video on my analytical framework in other contexts, [Click …

Looking Closer at the Light Bulb (Moments)

In my previous blog post, I explored my autoethnographic epiphanies or “realisations” associated with my media niche in the mandala art community. Epiphanies come from being immersed in a culture or niche, or having a specific cultural identity (Ellis, et al. 2010). In this post, I’ll be delving deeper into the analysis of these epiphanies, …

Advertising and the Competition for Attention

Advertising: telling you what you want, what’s hot, and what you should buy. Advertising has been used since ancient times by individuals and businesses to distinguish and promote their products over others. Michael Goldhaber’s ‘Attention Economy’ has therefore always been around even before the concept’s existence, as our attention has always been sought after. How …

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