Reading response. Maxim Blinov.

Chris Crawford has changed my perspective of the definition “Interactive”. Going back to the class when we went out of the classroom to find something interactive on campus, Rick and I told that most of the things are “interactive”. It appears to be not. After understanding that interactive is “a cyclic process in which two actors alternately listen, think,and speak”, I have realized that most of the things on campus are just not interactive. They either think and speak, or just speak. For example, that class when we had to chose the interactive thing, I was about to chose the chalkboard in Baraha, but for some reasons I didn’t. I thought it was not interactive enough. But now, when I know the definition of interactive i can tell that it wasn’t interactive at all.

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