Archives for October, 2015

My second, and last, original creation for DS106 is one I think everyone is going to enjoy; since several of

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We conclude the week’s events with a series of blog posts regarding my fellow students, and what they’ve done over

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My final task of the week involves watching a famous movie clip three different ways, and seeing how everything fits

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Another week passes, and another famous dead person’s advice is put under the proverbial microscope. In this case, it’s Roger

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My final Daily Create challenge of the week was inspired by a series of YouTube videos by user Will Tribble,

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This assignment, worth four stars toward my weekly total of eight, was a bit more personal than I thought. That’s

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Paper Dandy‚Äôs book “Horrorgami” contains all you need to just make these scary figures, but we want you to make

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You get to be the censor of a movie scene or clip. Choose a sound effect or dialogue you want

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The focus of today’s Daily Create task was all about finding our happy place, and taking a photo of it.

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The Daily Create task for today was to create our own “missing” poster, and since the title of the challenge

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