Monthly Archives for October 2013

Oxford University Press’s excellent Tumblr page

I was very impressed with Oxford University Press’s Tumblr page, which is actually exciting enough to be consistently on Tumblr’s trending blogs list (you can only see the trending list in the mobile app, not on the website) and thought … Continue reading

10. October 2013 by Jill
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Adapting your social media rhetoric to Tumblr or Facebook

There’s a whole rhetoric to Tumblr, and as I wrote yesterday, animated gifs are an important part of it. Compare, for instance, The White House’s official Tumblr page to the now suddenly quite staid-seeming Facebook communication. Here’s the Tumblr image they posted … Continue reading

05. October 2013 by Jill
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I should have written about animated gifs on Tumblr in the 2nd edition of Blogging!

Of course once anything is published you realise all the things you would love to add. Looking at how my seventeen-year-old was reading about the US government shutdown not in newspapers or on Twitter but through Tumblr’s animated gifs and … Continue reading

04. October 2013 by Jill
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The second edition of my book “Blogging” is out!

Hooray! When I came home from Chercher le texte, the 2013 Electronic Literature Organization conference, I found a copy of the new and revised edition of my book Blogging waiting for me in my mailbox! A lot has changed in … Continue reading

02. October 2013 by Jill
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