Author Archives: David Thomas Moran

Incomplete Selfies of the Instacity: Subjectively Visualizing Urban Life on Instagram

The topic of analysis for this essay focuses on the Instagram hashtag #igers_Orlando. I reviewed approximately 50 images and also aggregated all of the text included in the caption for each photo into a word tag generator.  Only words with at … Continue reading

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Works Cited for “Quare and Co-Present Danger” Presentation

Anthropy, Anna. Rise of the Videogame Zinesters: How Freaks, Normals, Amateurs, Artists, Dreamers, Drop-outs, Queers, Housewives, and People Like You Are Taking Back an Art Form. New York: Seven Stories Press, 2012. Behar, Ruth. “Ethnography and the Book That Was Lost.” … Continue reading

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@deadquarewalking video

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Quare and Co-Present Danger: Visualizing the interplay of carlessness and queerness in the American South through urban, mobile gaming

I will be presenting in New Orleans at the NPCA/ACA Conference next year (April 1-4,2014).  My presentation will explore how I’ve used street photography and game design as tools to engage carlessness and urban design that is hostile towards pedestrians. … Continue reading

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Captive Ridership by David Thomas Moran

Originally posted on The Transit Interpretation Project: TrIP:
#inlivingcolour #gettingaround I vividly remember the first time I heard the phrase “captive riders” used to describe the dominant trends of bus ridership in Central Florida.  I was participating in a Mills 50…

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#inabsentia

i cannot hear anything being said it is all a murmur a wash of muttered words i see mouths moving my ears strain to make sense of the matters at hand as i drift into another world a distant place … Continue reading

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In Transit, 2014

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