I decided to create a separate post for this and link it in my final summary. Week 3 was right after boot camp week, and when we really started learning about storytelling. During week 3 I created a blog post called What is Storytelling? in this post I defined what story telling is to me and what I think digital storytelling is. Now in week 15 the final week of ds106 12 weeks later, I am looking at my definition from week 3 and seeing if it changed any. In my week 3 post I wrote that when I thought of storytelling I immediately thought of people sitting by a camp fire telling ghost stories. And I thought that storytelling is anything verbally spoken. My definition of story telling has not changed. Though when asked to define digital storytelling I said that it can be anything online such as a YouTube video or a bunch of pictures coming together. My definition of digital story telling has definitely changed after learning more in this class. Now I think of digital storytelling as anything online, but it can be in the form of a poster, a video, on the web, and radio. Remixes and mash-up combine two kinds of digital story telling and change the entire meaning of a video. I also never listened to the radio before taking this class and I have come to learn that a lot goes into make a good talk radio show. My definition of storytelling has stayed the same, yet I have expanded my definition of digital storytelling after taking this class. Storytelling is all around us every second of the day, now it’s our job to find it!