1. attackturtle

    10 Seconds of Thanks Assignment — Reining


    ok…here goes:


    family, friends, comfortable shoes, bed, good food, headache medicine, headphones, pens that don’t skip


    not a bad list…


    Bonus:  draw a picture of you to complete your list:

    <:-)  my hair is sticking out….. lol


    I did the 10 Seconds of Thanks assignment because …

  2. hopperkeith

    Gravy Time


    In this day and age of technology, the art of making gravy seems to have been lost. The time has come when the grocery store has gravy in jars upon the shelves. It takes far less effort and money to simply make it in a pan at home than most …

  3. abaldw12

    Pinteresting Character – GoT Edition


    For this assignment, I chose to create a Pinterest board for Game of Thrones character Cersei Lannister. The ds106 assignment suggests posting pins of interest for the character and having others guess the character’s identity, but I wanted to caption the actual pictures that I pinned. The juxtaposition of Cersei’s …

  4. Na Fianna

    Common Everyday Object



    I chose my Mason Jar because it’s a Common Everyday Object to me – capitalization intentional. I also chose this project because Dr. Rish implied that this project might not make the cut for Dr. Crovitz. I’m not sure about the purple wall, or even the green table, but …

  5. dmulkey

    Fox and Cartoon



    I happily came along this photo while searching for something completely unrelated for the What’s the Meme Assignment.  Yay for strange Google results.  It was so striking, I had to do something with it.

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The class being taught at Kennesaw State University in the Spring of 2013 and taught by Ryan Rish. This class is using s shared blog we are syndicating in to ds106

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#tdc2164 Household Chore Metaphor

Imagine yourself doing any household task/chore, then write a poem using what you’ve imagined as an extended metaphor for your life.