1. cogdog

    Bill ‘n Alan Jaw ‘Bout #Western106

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    For more of a lead up to a western flavored version of DS106 starting January 2016, I aimed for another video to solicit interest from KSU students, where I will be teaching it.

    Bill Genereux suggested doing a video that might be able to go on their local access TV. …

  2. cogdog

    Howdy, Pardner! Round Up For #Western106

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    This storytelling drive is going to happen. There is a roundup for January 2016, when me and some other riders are gathering to do a new round of The One The Only The Stomp Over MOOCs Open Course in Digital Storytelling, DS106. It’s been riding the open internet plains …

  3. cogdog

    Time Traveling With Google Streetview

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    Well, you might only be able to go back to 2007. And Google Streetview often does not provide too many exit doors. But this seemed like a cool discovery, simply at random.

    Last weekend I was driving north from home on highway 87, and coming down the hill from the …

  4. cogdog

    I’m So Mappy

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    For the love of the web, ignore this. Just testing some code stuff. Can’t figure who the bleep wants to autotweet this; it’s not me.

    Everything below the line came from http://splot.ca/comparator/made/18/




    $(window).load(function() { $('#container').beforeAfter({ imagePath: "http://splot.ca/wp-content/themes/comparator/js/", }); $('#container').draggable(); }); …

  5. cogdog

    Loopy

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    Trying to make a YT video loop with iframe code:

    <iframe width="640" height="360" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/y48hmNVvPis?loop=1&playlist=y48hmNVvPis" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> Get embed code from YT Add to URL for src= the parameters ?loop=1&playlist=y48hmNVvPis where the value for playlist= matches the part of the url after /embed/ (the YT Id for the video)…
  6. cogdog

    Image Bending in Audacity

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    Trippy.

    The frames of this gif (image data) were edited in audio editing software. It’s in the realm of glitch art as the effects created are largely unpredictable. It’s a matter of saving an image in an uncompressed format, importing into Audacity, applying an effect or two, and exporting back …

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