For my final project I conducted a poll of people’s opinions on various aspects of the modern, and future, internet. Several of the questions were Yes/No, while others required a one-to-two word response. I included several different age groups in my poll. Three people were under the age of 25…


My video game is a very basic dodging game that only uses two scripts. I was having difficulty coming up with a game so I watched some tutorials on dodging games in Scratch, and I designed a game where a cat has to dodge falling baseballs. The only control is pressing spacebar constantly to move each time, and pointing the mouse in the direction that you want the cat to move. The user is given three chances, and then the balls stop falling. I was unable to share the game properly over Medium, but it is a rather basic game anyway. I mainly struggled with coming up with a concept, so watching tutorial videos helped me create this. Scratch is a very intuitive program once you begin to figure it out, so I really enjoyed exploring the different tools that it offers.

The script for the cat

The NPR article was really interesting to me because I am extremely guilty of not reading any Terms of Service for the various platforms that I use. As the article states, very few actually do. …


(Disclaimer: I am not a great artist so please excuse the terrible drawing of a human head as well as the lack of different colors for my representation; I am currently at my grandmother’s house and do not have access to many materials.)

I imagine the internet as a living…


The preface was interesting to me because it highlighted such an old view of the internet. David Weinberger’s main concern was how much utility the Mosaic program featured, even though by modern standards it is such an outdated advancement. I really like his statement later in the preface where he…

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