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Spring Book Order

As we put another semester in the books, its time to place the book orders for the Spring. Here’s what I have on order: Rhetoric and Gaming Bogost, Persuasive Games McGonigal, Reality is Broken Fille and Platten, The Ultimate Guide … Continue reading

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Course Evaluations

Today is the last day of class at USF, so I passed around a course evaluation of my own design. This semester my class has focused on “digital citizenship”: students maintained a blog all semester long dedicated to a topic/hobby … Continue reading

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New Course in Rhetorical Theory [Real]

First, let me say that Rowan is doing fine. She’s sort of rejecting the concept of sleep today (its 11:30 and still no nap–a very bad sign), but otherwise o.k. In Marc news–official Marc C. Santos news–I’ve been asked to … Continue reading

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Any Chance its Like a Surgical Strike

As I type, I sit alone in an empty, rather clinical room located in the bowels of human resources at USF. I am here for new faculty orientation with the payroll department. I am eight minutes early… and again… the … Continue reading

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Breaking Radio Silence

I am alive and in Florida. I’ve been away from my digital life for awhile now- ignoring my email and rss feeds in favor of the new house, state, and job. Red tape is fun. Seriously. But now I have … Continue reading

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Time to Shop for Sun Block

Its unofficially official: I have accepted a position with the University of South Florida. The job focuses on teaching the history of rhetoric at the graduate level and will also involve undergraduate courses on contemporary rhetorical theory, visual rhetoric, professional … Continue reading

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