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    Jim Richardson

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    Jim Richardson is a photographer and his photos appear frequently in National Geographic Magazine. His work has taken him all over the world. His photos primarily focus on nature and traditions from different cultures around the world. I chose some of my favorites from his Small World Gallery. In all …

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    Photography Is (not) Dead

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    Photography plays a very big role in our lives, even if we’re not a photographer. I don’t know about you, but no matter how much storage I have on my phone, my camera roll seems to take up the most storage. We take pictures all of the time – screenshots …

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    Week Three Summary

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    This week was a little hectic for me. Not because of this class though. I actually went on a mini vacation to Universal Studios Orlando for my nieces birthday. Even though it was a super fun trip, it was stressful to remember to do my school work while wanting to …

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    Assignment Bank – Writing

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    I am taking this weeks assignment bank tasks personal. We are supposed to choose 8 stars worth of assignments in the writing section. I’m taking this as a personal attack ( winking face ;)) because I admitted in last weeks summary that I really dislike writing. Now obviously, I know …

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    Daily Create – Week Three

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    This week we had 3 daily creates to do. I did, a Bob Ross narrated Godzilla painting, tweet something incorrect and. For this weeks daily creates, I actually didn’t have to use any other apps besides Twitter and Google for a picture. Just like last week, I replied my tweets …

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    Storytelling from the Past to the Present

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    Our writing style and the way we communicate today has changed tremendously compared to how we wrote and communicated in the past. Before, we were confined to written or printed media. In this way, writings were typically more formal, excluding letters, and we were not able to receive them very …

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    Week Two Summary

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    Looking at the assignments for this week, I felt pretty overwhelmed. Skimming the page, it looked like we had a lot of readings to do and a lot of blog post to write. Mistakenly, I didn’t even really start on anything until Wednesday. If I would have started on Monday …

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    Daily Create

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    This week we had to choose 4 daily create prompts to do. They don’t take too long and are pretty easy to make. The 4 I did include, your hand as a flag, Godzilla Haiku, a song, and Sashiko art. To create these, I mostly used Picsart and Google Draw. …

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    Left Shark is a Big Deal Apparently

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    So everyone remembers left shark right? If you don’t, I’ll sum it up for you. At the 2015 Super Bowl, pop sensation, Katy Perry, did a high energy performance, including a beach themed version of her hit single, “Teenage Dream”. As her shark costumed backup dancers performed along with her, …

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    Assignment Bank

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    This week, we were assigned to pick 3 projects from the DS106 assignment bank. I chose to do a video assignment, gif assignment, and a design assignment. At first I was overwhelmed with all of the choices. It was difficult to decide what I wanted to do based on its …

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    Remix (not finished)

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    Write a reflective blog post on what you learned from the film. What is the basic point of view of the creators of these films regarding copyright? Who might hold the opposite point of view? In what ways does copyright impact creativity? What questions did the films raise as you …

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    Share MY Creativity

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    This week’s assignment started out with reading Austin Kleon’s article, Share Your Creativity. Overall, he talks about different ways to share your projects with others, but also observe and learn from other projects. The idea that resonated with me the most is to never quit. This phrase has been …

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    Week One Reflection

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    Contrary to popular belief, Lorem Ipsum is not simply random text. It has roots in a piece of classical Latin literature from 45 BC, making it over 2000 years old. Richard McClintock, a Latin professor at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia, looked up one of the more obscure Latin words, consectetur, …

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