1. paul bond

    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

  2. paul bond

    You Only Broadcast Twice

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    For our second night of ds106 radio shows, we had another trio of tales, all very different. I don’t have much commentary right now, as the hour grows late and I have to head off to the Active Covert Reconnaissance League conference tomorrow, but I want to get these links …

  3. paul bond

    Goldradio

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    The radio show project is my favorite part of ds106. There are usually some complaints about the difficulty of working with audio and collaborating online, but almost everyone does great work and is justifiably proud of their creations. We had three shows on our first night, starting with the Miami …

  4. @bobby_bobs114

    #Activism

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    The second module for that we looked at in this class deals with culture. We wanted to look at something that impacts our lives and tries to make a change. My group and I decided to look at #Activism. This module had us look at hashtags that deal with issues …

  5. paul bond

    Corporate spies

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    CC 2008 Doug Greenberg

    One might ask: How does Limetown fit in to the secret agent genre? But it becomes apparent over the course of the storyline that there is a secret agency involved, mostly in the background, but omnipresent. It’s sort of like a James Bond story seen through …