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    Super ds106 – a trailer

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    I made a logo, so I figured I’d make a trailer of sorts. I had seen the Dr. Bees video (YT) recently. It uses the “It’s a bird! It’s a plane!” tagline from various Superman shows, and since my logo was a parody of Supe’s, it seemed like …

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    Season of ds106

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    I was never much of a Donovan fan, but I like Alice Donut’s version of Sunshine Superman and Goodfellas’ version of Atlantis. Now we can add Cogdog’s Season of DS106 to the list. The secret great thing about it is that it reminded me to check the schedule on ds106radio. …

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    Milk, Chocolate Milk

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    What drink would define me? Ask anyone who knows me well and they would laugh, because I buy a gallon of milk nearly every day. My addiction is to chocolate milk. This has been going on for decades. Here is my glass:
    See that groove across the spoon? I’ve been …

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    Week 12: Remix & Mashups

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    4/7/17 – 4/14/17

    Make a Tutorial
    This week’s main focus will be on mashups and remixes, but we also need to make tutorials. You may have noticed these in the Assignment Bank. Some assignments have them, some don’t. Was there an assignment that gave you trouble? Something that you had …

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    Help out a ds106 classmate

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    One of our ds106ers is collecting data for a psychology project, “a study about parenting, romantic relationships, and life satisfaction.” I have been told “This study is for academic purposes only and the data that is collected will only be analyzed for academic advancement.” You do not have to do …

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    Agent Orange

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    In reviewing the agent interviews, I’m noticing some common answers. Everyone who has responded to the animal question has said tiger, and everyone who responded to gorilla question said 7-11. the thread that ties the two together is the color orange. So what does this mean? I looked for the …

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    Week 10: Reading movies

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    3/24 – 3/31

    Reading movies
    This week we’re moving from audio to video. We’ve been looking at related aspects – photography, sound, design – all along, but now we’re going to look at cinematic camerawork, and how it all comes together.

    For starters, read Roger Ebert’s How the Read a

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