Monthly Archives: March 2017

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Media & Mind

In my research I have come across quite a few ‘revelatory’ descriptions of how our media and our tools are part of us, from McLuhan and Churchill to more modern thinkers including Paul Smart, Richard Menary, Keith Oatley and Maja Djikic. To me…

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Prosodic Cues

“In linguistics, prosody (from Ancient Greek: προσῳδίᾱ prosōidíā “song sung to music; tone or accent of a syllable”, is concerned with those elements of speech that are not individual phonetic segments (vowels and consonants) but are properties of syllables and larger units of…

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Visual-Syntactic Text Formatting: Theoretical Basis and Empirical Evidence for Impact on Human Reading

Visual-Syntactic Text Formatting: Theoretical Basis and Empirical Evidence for Impact on Human Reading Randall C. Walker, MD, Walker Reading Tech., Inc. Bloomington, Minnesota rwalker@liveink.com, Adam S. Gordon, Walker Reading Tech., Inc. Bloomington, Minnesota adam.gordon@liveink.com, Phil Schloss, BSEE, Walker Reading Tech., Inc. Bloomington, Minnesota phil@red-castle.com, Charles R. Fletcher, PhD, University of Minnesota…

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