Upon having Book Riot’s Amanda Nelson being our guest speaker via Skype session it was interesting to hear her experience about establishing community guidelines and moderating comments to ensure everyone is safe and welcome.
For this semester, I had the opportunity to start my own personal blog to represent my digital self and to be able to do this, I must create publications that suit the kind of identity I wanted to craft online. As a result, I decided to create a lifestyle blog that talks about my interest and how I live my life as an Asian – Canadian living in Vancouver, British Columbia. I understand that this is a very broad topic…
Transmedia integration is deemed as an essential component on spreading your brand and Pokemon is a master at doing this because it went from card games, video games, television shows and now even in our smartphones. As a blogger, I have to figure out how to integrate more transmedia onto my blog posts and how to effectively have it benefit me to gain more followers, better tell a story and improving my SEO.
Our instructor has asked us to tell a story without words and I was like “WHAT is this even possible!” OK sure, let’s give it a try because it will cost me my grade if I don’t do it. Mind the sarcasm but this is all I am going to write for this process post. Now for the challenge…. I give you telling a story without words and using only images, therefore no explanations about the photos either.
For those who doesn’t know, this blog is tracked by the Orwellian eyes known as Google Analytics. A service that captures data of its visitors ranging from how long you stay on my blog, where you go from there, where you came from, your country of origin, your IP address yeah you get the point.
Today, I have the opportunity to provide peer review for Ms. Mandy Tse on her blog called “Through My Eyes – In The World of Mandy Tse.” From what I can tell from the title of the blog, it is similar to mine as it is seen from the title and in her about section she states that she would like to share my adventures, stories, thoughts, favorite things, and basically my life as a nineteen-year-old living in beautiful British…
For the past few years, I had been constantly returning to this pub simply because I just love the feel of it. I had come here to celebrate birthdays, friend’s graduation, dinner with my friends, destressing from university affairs and the list is endless. Yes, clearly I had visited here a whole bunch of times and I miscounted but the point is that no matter what Lennox Pub remains close and dear to my heart.