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    R0535

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    This is a continuation of the Glitch project for the portfolio. Originally, I planned to find pictures of a flower at different stages of growth to add a more intense glitch to each further phase down the line. Unfortunately, it was really difficult to find any solid images to use,
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    FL0W3R5

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    When looking for inspiration for what to turn into glitch art, I was really hoping to find one single theme or type of thing to use. I was originally thinking of doing landscapes or sunsets, but I almost felt like those were both too generic and not interesting enough. While
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    Thank You, DS106

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    This final week, I want to keep the blog post short and sweet. This semester has been an absolute rollercoaster of emotions, full of various projects and resulting in an incredible amount of knowledge soaked up along the way. This class has been unlike any other I’ve taken and was
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    Reimagination

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    It seems that we’ve gotten to the point in the semester where we’ve covered most of what we’ll learn and are now being slowly let free to create whatever our hearts desire and I couldn’t be happier about it. I was hoping that we would be gifted another week to
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    Week 11 Summary

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    This week contained a lot of learning from a lot of different sources. With another round of peer teaching, I found it to be very enjoyable once again. Being at a table with some very interesting, respectful, and engaged students helped to create a lovely experience. Starting off the week,
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    Another Scene Edited

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    Though I’d love to say that I’m walking away from this week feeling accomplished, I wouldn’t be telling the complete truth. While I do feel this way, I’m also extremely relieved that it’s over. Video assignments were the thing that stressed me out the most in the class as video
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    Attention to Detail

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    As someone who doesn’t watch much television and has difficulty remembering scenes from films, I wasn’t sure where I wanted to take this assignment. I debated taking a look at the beautiful bits of cinematography within the new Spider-Man film, though I knew I would struggle to find clips for
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    Adding On

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    You know an idea is a great one when you see it and want to expand on it even more. This week, I’m taking a look at two different project ideas that really stood out to me, seeing how I’d expand on them. First is Brianna’s story idea. The story
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    Week 10 Summary

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    AI and Ethics The following is a response to this given prompt: Using your experience with the simulations — and taking for granted that we all hopefully agree that AI should behave ethically when possible — how do you think designers of AI should account for potential ethical decisions? 1.
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    Another Song Remixed

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    Creativity was really flowing through my veins this week, and I’m pretty happy with what I came up with. On top of that, we had some really phenomenal radio shows to listen to this week. I’m very grateful to have been a part of such an amazing team when creating
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    A New Approach

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    This week, I wanted to reimagine two pieces of work that were very different from one another: a graphic design for a nonprofit organization and a story made from every letter of the alphabet. Going into these originally, I had no comparisons that I could make, but revisiting them allows
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    Time to Brainstorm

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    This semester has been a very creative one across most of my classes. I’m learning to code in Python, which innately has a creative element to it. I’ve focused in on the communication that takes place when working with small groups to find creative solutions to problems. My digital fluency,
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    Week 9 – Self-Ev(AI)uation

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    Artificial Intelligence This week, we dug a bit deeper into AI and how it looks in the real world compared to how it appears in fictional media. It feels very fitting to be touching on this subject at this time as just the other weekend I watched Free Guy with
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    Another Tale Written

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    Things felt quite a bit different this week than usual. The lack of assignments from the bank and only a couple Daily Creates were almost off-putting, but the replacement was nothing but a fantastic experience. Let’s talk about that a bit. Coroner’s Tale Working on Coroner’s Tale, the radio show
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    Becoming the Coroner

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    The first week of creating this radio show was all about planning. This means finding a group, creating a vision, conceptualizing, writing the script, and other general preparations for production. The second week, though, is when the real fun came about. This week, we made our concepts reality, taking on

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