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    DS106 Course Advice


    Howdy folks. I’m writing this with 30 minutes to go, so I’ll be brief, but I wanted to share my general advice for the course.

    First off, the work is very reasonable IF you start it at the beginning of the week. Just because it’s an online course, you may …

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    Final Project


    Well, this couldn’t have been submitted any closer. I’ve been working on this all day today, and all I can say is that I wish I started earlier. Basically, I tried to tell the story of Guts and the Band of the Hawk during the Golden Age (from the manga …

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    Week 14 Summary/Progress Report



    Time to report my progress! The idea of my final project is as follows: I’m going to take the character Guts, from Berserk (a manga I’ve referenced and utilized multiple times during this semester) and chart his arc, character progression, information, etc, by creating an interactive website using free …

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    Web Assignment – Email! Email! Read All About It!


    I created an email advertising for tourism in Tombstone, Arizona, a town I’ve used a couple times in past assignments. This assignment uses the website Vertical Response to create this ad, and actually allows you to send it out to people, but a) I didn’t have emails to send it …

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    Web Assignment – Storytelling Within The Web


    This assignment has you use the Mozilla X-Ray Goggles tool to edit elements of a website, and tell a story. I used eBay to represent the factual college essentials, not the nonsense that lists online tell you about. I originally wanted to use Google’s shopping page, but it wouldn’t let …

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    Week 13 Daily Creates


    This week, we were supposed to combine our daily creates to tell a story. I used mine to tell the tale of a man trying to court a woman, first with a trip, then with flowers. It appears to have worked at some point, because they ended up together, even …

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