I chose to take a visual approach for my remediation piece. Earlier in the course, we were to incorporate an image in our second response to Nicholas Carr. At fist, I wasn’t sure exactly how to go about doing that and didn’t know how to find and image that would really describe what I was trying to get across in my response. I eventually just looked up an image on google images that didn’t really have much to do with my writing and it was pretty generic. Visual images incorporated into writing can expand on what it is you’re talking about in your work. I wanted to take this opportunity to turn my writing into images that articulated my ideas in my response as well as Nicholas Carr’s. I didn’t just want to make one image that I would incorporate into my piece or an image that would only describe one specific part of Carr’s notions. Rather, I wanted to turn my writing into something that would carry the concepts I delved into in my response, and create images that did not need text to support it. I made three cartoons which touched on my thoughts on what Carr was saying throughout his writing as well as an exaggeration of Carr. I took inspiration from Jeff Stahler’s cartoon.