Computer science, English storytelling, and Ancient History! Today on Kernel, 21st century Renaissance man Daniel Olivieri is here to tell tales of his journey to becoming an accidental programming whiz and his work over the summer to tell the story of Carthaginian general Hannibal Barca through an interactive online map. Daniel is the most passionate, excitable multi-talented guy and I hope you enjoy his wit, whimsy, and wisdom! If you really want to get into the interactive storytelling here, you can visit his map website as we talk to hear him tell you about it's inception in real time! http://mappingancienttexts.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/v6spw.html
Links to all of Daniel's amazing interactive web stories at: http://www.bandaniel.com/
Choose your own adventure: http://bandaniel.com/cyo.html
A digital rendition of Lewis Carroll's, The Jabberwocky: http://bandaniel.com/projects/jabberwocky
1066, Daniel's favorite video game: https://www.1066online.co.uk/game/
And Professor Myer's Classics Website 'Mapping Ancient Texts': http://mappingancienttexts.net/
Oh, and Tree of Life Web Project because it's beautiful:
If you want to hear more tales of Ancient civilizations, computer programming, classic literature or all of the above, talk to Daniel! He loves talking about anything and everything nerdy and exciting. If it makes you excited, he'll jump up and down right there with you. If you have questions about research at Kenyon or suggestions for who you'd like to hear on the show OR if you want to share your amazing work with the Kenyon Community, please please please get in touch with me!!! Email me at email@example.com, find me on facebook or on Twitter @sialiajean. Computer science, classics, sociology, art history, I want it all! Our theme song is Always Question by Red This Ever.
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Stay nerdy, my friends!