In Medias Response
Ryan Trauman



Production technologies have always mediated between thought and text. Pencils, paper, typewriters, digital hardware and software. Usually, if my text will be printed from a computer, I compose and edit on screen. That’s not the case if I’m sending a letter. This digital reflection investigates the impact of using modes of composition that don’t match the modes of a text’s communication. What happens when I limit my composition strategies to written sentences when I’m composing for the radio or video?

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Works Cited and Credits

The Reflection Assignment
Reflecting Through
Audio Reflection and the Materiality of Silence
Reflection Redux
In Medias Response