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  1. @corneliakh

    En stille dag

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    En helt stille dag. En stille dag der verden føles akkurat slik hun har sett for seg en verden skal føles. En dag som kjølig silke, som lett dras over varm bar hud. En herlig stillhet, kun brutt av herlig regn og torden

  2. @jbkbean

    DS106

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    In my journey to become a better blogger/social media wizard, I’m taking an online course called DS106.  All DS106 posts will be in this category.…

  3. @llilli5163

    Introducing: A Diverse, Free Stock Photo Library

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    As many site creators know, it’s daunting to find images to represent the message you’re trying to put out into the world — especially if you don’t have the equipment or time to make your own.

    At WordPress.com, we’re constantly striving to make it as easy as possible to create …

  4. @corneliakh

    Knallrød leppestift

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    De sier at hun ikke har noe interessant å komme med. De sier at hun burde holde seg i bakgrunnen. De forteller henne at dess lengre borte hun klarer å holde folk, dess bedre kommer de til å like henne. De skriker at hun må passe på vinkelen hun holder …

  5. anndang65

    Few life updates and short books’ reviews

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    Hi everyone,

    I know it has been so long since my last post and most of you must be wondering why I am writing in English instead of Vietnamese. It’s just because I want to change it up a little bit and approach this blog in a different way (at …

  6. @Simmyish

    Why I am doing this course

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    “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”

    ? Dr. Seuss

     

    Hey,

     

    Thanks for checking out my website that I have set up as part of the ds106 course.  I thought I would start with …

  7. Downes

    The Ladderarians

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    July 31, 2018. There are several crosses on display like this around the region characterized by ladders and sometimes arrows. This is the largest and most ornate of them. I’ve tried to find information on them online and had no success, so I simply refer to them as the Ladderarians.…
  8. Peggy Herrick

    Inspiration

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    After mass on Sunday I took an Uber to the National Museum of Watercolors nearby in Coyoacan, the only Museum on the world entirely devoted to this medium. The collection is extraordinary, featuring works from around the world but focusing on the museum’s founder, Alfredo Gati Roja. A special gift …

  9. Downes

    Sunset Rainbow

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    July 29, 2018. We had a thunderstorm pass over just at sunset, producing this rainbow that got fainter as the sun actually set. This was captured with my wide angle lens; I’m not sure what the black is on the left; it’s not a smudge, maybe some reverse lens flare?…
  10. @kspeonygarden

    This is the End – My Week in Review

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    Hello, everyone! Well, we’re finally here: we’ve finally reached the end of our DS106 class. I’ve really enjoyed this one–this course has opened my eyes to all the different ways of telling a story, as well as shown me how I can improve, creatively. Down below is a broad summary …

  11. natalie

    Persuasion

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    by Jane Austen

    “You pierce my soul. I am half agony, half hope. Tell me not that I am too late, that such precious feelings are gone for ever. I offer myself to you again with a heart even more your own than when you almost broke it, eight years …

  12. Downes

    Falling Barn

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    July 28, 2018. 25×50 Day 11. I started the day with a quick ride to Avonmore (so in the first 25 hours of owning the bike I put 100km on it) and then we went to Costco. This barn is on highway 43 just west of Avonmore. That’s about it…
  13. Downes

    New Bike

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    July 27, 2018. Today was new bike day and new kitchen faucet day. First, the bike, which I picked up and immediately took for a 50 km test ride to Chesterville (from Embrun, where I bought it). Here you see it at the park in Morewood on the way back.…
  14. @jasmxlon

    Final Goodbyes

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    Well, this last week was a wild ride. There were some ups and downs, we had some nice laughs, we cried (a little) and we made some good memories.

    You need to do a summary that uses digital media to explain the story behind the entire week? This post should …

  15. @kspeonygarden

    The Book of Prim

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    The Book of Prim

    Goblins like shiny objects; this is pretty old news to most people. So it’s no wonder that a goblin, who had somehow managed to sneak its way inside the grand gray house from the impending rain, thirsted for the bright blue gemstone jutting out from the …

  16. @cwhitecspc106

    Final Summary

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    The final week of Digital Storytelling was mainly focused on the final Digital ProjectThe digital project gave us a lot of freedom to tell our most in-depth story of the summer.

    This week started off the same way that almost every week of the summer did, with the …

  17. @cwhitecspc106

    Tutorials

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    Audactiy:

    Dow nload and install the app from their homepage. Insert headphones with a microphone to record what you are saying. Press th
    e yellow record in the top corner to start recording. Save/export the clips where they can then be used in iMovie, or other similar video editing apps.…
  18. @cwhitecspc106

    Final Project

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    This week I created my final project using all of the programs/elements I learned about in digital storytelling this semester. While starting to create this project I was inspired by a story in five pictures, and used it as my base idea for the project. In that project I completed …

  19. Downes

    Lilies

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    July 26, 2018. The good news is that the second Reclaim gRSShopper install went off easily and without a hitch. The bad news is that the bicycle needed to be replaced; that wailing you hear was my bank account crying in pain. These lilies are in our front yard. https://flic.kr/p/MozQuf
  20. Peggy Herrick

    Exploring my Colonia (neighborhood). San Mateo

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    After catching up with a few pages in my journey daybook this morning, I set out by foot to find a few grocery items and to look for the nearest parish church.

    Yesterday

    I found both. The Churubusco Mercado is the local covered public market about 6 short blocks away. …

  21. @marvelmonkey34

    That’s all Folks!

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    I’ve gotta say, I’m not a big fan of having work due on a Thursday. Even though there was only one major assignment due, the earlier due date really made me feel the pressure like I haven’t before during this class. To start the week I completed three Daily Creates

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