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As you can probably tell, I became aware of https://www.hoverstat.es/archive today (thanks Jefferson). I was especially taken by the music category. How can webpages react to sound? I’m reminded by Drew Litowitz’s project: http://dlitowit.github.io/gdfortheweb-spring2016-drew/pablo2/index.html. As I think more and more about capstone, I’m realizing I want to create an Immersive Experience. But how immersive is too immersive? Where can we draw the line?

Some themes and things I’ve been thinking about:
- trans and queer themes (obviously)
- storytelling
- alison bechdel’s “fun home” and the subsequent musical jeanine tesori and lisa kron developed from it
- the weight names carry, and what happens when you change yours
- the album “twin fantasy (face to face)” by car seat headrest: an Immersive Audio Web Experience, similar to https://www.hoverstat.es/features/viisualiizer
- turning my favorite articles into mini webpages! originally I wanted to do this with books but then I realized I’d have to actually bind them, which… I’ve never bound coptic before, and it seems a little scary. I guess I’ll just have to try. but regardless, websites are easier to both create and access in this day and age.

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