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  1. @MasonOberle

    Romance Novel

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    One assignment from the DS106 assignment bank that caught my eye was the Valentine’s Day Caption Challenge. For this assignment, we had to take a postcard from a bank on Flickr and add a caption to “[raise] the love spirit to a new level.” Unfortunately, when I followed the link to find a card to […]
  2. @MasonOberle

    7 Photos in a minute

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    So, My Photoblitz started in my dorm, but eventually took me to places all across the lower side of campus. The first task was to take a picture with my camera at floor level, so I decided to snap a pic of the hallway outside my dorm room. Next, I had to photograph something loud. […]
  3. @MasonOberle

    Photo Analysis

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    This week in DS106, we are required to analyse a few of the photos we have for certain aspects of photography that impact what the image communicates. The first photo I would like to analyse is one that I took at my high school’s library. Though this is not one of my favorite photos that […]
  4. @MasonOberle

    My Experience With Photography

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    Photography is something that I have some formal experience with, but often only use in a very casual way. During my Junior and Senior years at high school, I took photojournalism, so I am familiar with the rule of thirds and how to properly frame a subject. I even had an actual digital camera that […]
  5. @MasonOberle

    Week 3

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    Another exciting week in DS106. This week focused primarily on writing, and began with a few readings and videos on how to create a story using digital mediums. We then had to use what we learned from those texts in order to analyse a story that interested us. Since I am acting in my university’s […]
  6. @MasonOberle

    Daily Creates, Week 3

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    This week saw me completing three assignments for the Daily Create. The first assignment was to create an image that showed the beginning and end of something. I thought a picture of the recycling box in my dorm would be appropriate. I probably would not have even considered using a recycling can for this project […]
  7. @MasonOberle

    ABC Story

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    As Bob could discern, everyone found goodness hidden inside. Jolly kindness let men notice, observe, paint. Quite readily soldiers transfer unfriendly veneer, welcoming xenia, your zeda. This is not so much a story so much as a free verse poem. I thought this assignment would be a grand old time because, my high school improv […]
  8. @MasonOberle

    Curious Incident Analysis

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    As a part of this week’s assignments for DS106, we had to read a few essays and watch some videos on storytelling, particularly through digital mediums. The main thing I took away from these readings was that digital storytelling provides an entirely different set of tools than other mediums. In his essay, I link, therefore […]
  9. @MasonOberle

    Week 2

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    This week in DS106 felt a lot less hectic than the first. For the first week, I had to set up accounts on new platforms, engage with accounts I hadn’t really used before, and familiarize myself with software that I had never used. Now that I have gotten the chance to work with these digital […]
  10. @MasonOberle

    5 Days of Creation

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    This past week, students of DS106 were asked to complete at least 5 Daily Creates. A Daily Create is a shortform assignment posted on this blog in order to get people in the habit of doing something creative every day. The first task I completed was on August 29th. The assignment was to use a […]
  11. @MasonOberle

    Funny Money

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    In this assignment, I digitally edited a one dollar bill to replace George Washington with universally beloved painter Bob Ross. Not only that, I edited a few of the bill’s other features just for fun. Below is the final product. This week in DS106, we were told to go through a categorized bank of assignments […]
  12. @MasonOberle

    Murder Mystery

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    Two days ago I took part in a 24 hour play festival. Actors, writers, and directors had 24 hours to create an entire play from scratch. Writers only had three hours to create their scripts. This is what I wrote in that time. Please enjoy The Dick John...
  13. @MasonOberle

    Week 1

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    I started the week by reviewing what tasks I needed to complete on the DS106 blog. In order to keep myself organized, I entered each of the individual assignments into my planner on Mystudylife. I made sure to make it so that each of the assignments were “due” on a different day so that I… Continue reading Week 1
  14. @MasonOberle

    DS106 Goals

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    This semester, I am taking a course called Digital Studies. I enrolled in it because, out of all the classes I could take to fulfill my Digital Intensive requirement, this seemed the most interesting. I really enjoy writing and the thought of exploring how to tell stories through digital mediums felt like a natural way… Continue reading DS106 Goals

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