Procedural rhetoric: the written lecture.

Procedural rhetoric: the written lecture..

Consider this blog post, “Take 2” on procedural rhetoric.  You are certainly welcome and encouraged to continue applying tetradic analyses, but give the procedural questions a whirl too.  Annette Vee told me on Twitter, “proceduracy becomes more critical as we rely more on social media to conduct our lives.”  And I don’t know if you all could follow it on Twitter, but Annette Vee (who wrote a dissertation on procedural rhetoric) and Ian Bogost (who wrote the book Persuasive Games) have been talking through and around me about procedural rhetoric.  Exciting stuff for me, if a little hard to discern from the 140 character notes.

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