1. Alex

    DS106 Recording a Memory

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    THE ASSIGNMENT:  Capture on video a friend, family member, or stranger recounting a favorite (or least favorite) memory. Then be creative.

    THE PROCESS:  I used photo’s from one of the most memorable experiences of my life, and then arranged them in a video creator program on my computer.  I added …

  2. Alex

    DS106 Cooking Show

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    This is my cooking show!

     

     

    THE ASSIGNMENT:  Host a cooking show in your own kitchen, and show everyone how it’s done.

    THE PROCESS:  I used a program called You Cam to record this video.  The picture quality is not very good, and you do not have the option …

  3. Alex

    DS106 Recording a Memory

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    THE ASSIGNMENT:  Capture on video a friend, family member, or stranger recounting a favorite (or least favorite) memory. Then be creative.

    THE PROCESS:  I used photo’s from one of the most memorable experiences of my life, and then arranged them in a video creator program on my computer.  I added …

  4. Alex

    DS106 Cooking Show

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    This is my cooking show!

     

     

    THE ASSIGNMENT:  Host a cooking show in your own kitchen, and show everyone how it’s done.

    THE PROCESS:  I used a program called You Cam to record this video.  The picture quality is not very good, and you do not have the option …

  5. Alex

    A Personal Cyberinfrastructure

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    I recently read an article called “A Personal Cyberinfrastructure” by Gardner Campbell.  This article discusses past, present, and possible  future relationships between the education community and computers (specifically internet usage).  Gardner Campbell begins by describing how the early days of the web in the higher education community started off  by …

  6. Alex

    A Personal Cyberinfrastructure

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    I recently read an article called “A Personal Cyberinfrastructure” by Gardner Campbell.  This article discusses past, present, and possible  future relationships between the education community and computers (specifically internet usage).  Gardner Campbell begins by describing how the early days of the web in the higher education community started off  by …

  7. Alex

    Cyber Bullying

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    ri12211′s post  has also inspired me to research cyber bullying in order to better understand the issue at hand.

    The article discussed in ri12211′s blog post, talked about cyber bullying, and the problem that it has been causing in Japan.  The article stated, that according to a recent survey conducted …

  8. Alex

    Cyber Bullying

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    ri12211′s post  has also inspired me to research cyber bullying in order to better understand the issue at hand.

    The article discussed in ri12211′s blog post, talked about cyber bullying, and the problem that it has been causing in Japan.  The article stated, that according to a recent survey conducted …

  9. Alex

    DFPQ1

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    03/19/2012 Cyberspace & Technology “sentence of the day”

    My favorite sentence from the article “A personal Cyber-infrastructure” is as follows: “Any technology gradually creates a totally new human environment.”

    I chose this sentence because (in my opinion)  it makes a very powerful statement in regards to technology’s role …

  10. Alex

    DFPQ1

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    03/19/2012 Cyberspace & Technology “sentence of the day”

    My favorite sentence from the article “A personal Cyber-infrastructure” is as follows: “Any technology gradually creates a totally new human environment.”

    I chose this sentence because (in my opinion)  it makes a very powerful statement in regards to technology’s role …

  11. Alex

    DS106-Culture Clash

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    THE ASSIGNMENT:  Take two cultures and create a banner that represents how their coming together would mix.

    THE PROCESS:  I found various pictures on the internet of things that are symbolic to both American and Japanese culture.  I then decided to make two separate banners for this assignment, one of …

  12. Alex

    DS106-Culture Clash

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    THE ASSIGNMENT:  Take two cultures and create a banner that represents how their coming together would mix.

    THE PROCESS:  I found various pictures on the internet of things that are symbolic to both American and Japanese culture.  I then decided to make two separate banners for this assignment, one of …

  13. Alex

    DS106-Sunset

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    THE ASSIGNMENT:  This assignment was to take a picture of a sunset.

    THE PROCESS:  I decided to use one of the pictures that I’ve previously taken of a sunset, and then uploaded it to my WordPress page.  I then explained why I chose this picture, and the significance that this …

  14. Alex

    DS106-Sunset

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    THE ASSIGNMENT:  This assignment was to take a picture of a sunset.

    THE PROCESS:  I decided to use one of the pictures that I’ve previously taken of a sunset, and then uploaded it to my WordPress page.  I then explained why I chose this picture, and the significance that this …

  15. Alex

    DS106-Phake Tweets

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    @SteveJobs comments:   “Why join the Navy when you can become a pirate?”

    twister link                        @LayzLay24 comments: Why graduate college, when you can become rich without a degree?   @MuhammadAli comments:   “Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee” Twister link                          @LayzLay24 comments: Why float like a butterfly, when you can sting…
  16. Alex

    DS106-Phake Tweets

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    @SteveJobs comments:   “Why join the Navy when you can become a pirate?”

    twister link                        @LayzLay24 comments: Why graduate college, when you can become rich without a degree?   @MuhammadAli comments:   “Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee” Twister link                          @LayzLay24 comments: Why float like a butterfly, when you can sting…
  17. Alex

    DS106- Album Cover Remix

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    Original Assignment Link

    THE ASSIGNMENT:  The assignment was to f ind an iconic album cover and remix it to represent a something different.  It could be a play on the title, image, genre, etc.

    THE PROCESS:  I went online to find cartoon characters to match the description of what I …

  18. Alex

    Web 2.0

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    A little bit of awesome 4 you to enjoy, please click  here  before reading any further:

    Let’s talk about web 2.0!!! But first, what is web 2.0?

    The concept of web 2.0 was developed  at a brainstorming session between Tim O’Reilly and MediaLive International.  Dale Dougherty and O’Reilly, noted …

  19. Alex

    Facebook Info-graphic Analysis

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    We were given an assignment in my Cyberspace and Society class to analyze an info-graphic under the theme, “state of the net.”  Our group (Group 8), chose to analyze an info-graphic on Facebook statistics.  Please take the time to view this Facebook infographic before reading any further:

    I will be …

  20. Alex

    DS106 WARNING

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    Original Assignment Link

    THE ASSIGNMENT: The assignment was to create a warning label for things that exist only in movies or your imagination.

    THE PROCESS:  The first step was to find a generic fire exit sign from the internet, and download it to my computer.  I then modified the image …

  21. Alex

    DS106- Dream Car

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    Aston Martin One-77

    Image Link: One-77

    Original Assignment Link: CAR LUST

    THE ASSIGNMENT:   Take a picture, or find a picture on the web of a car that you love. Then, write a description of how that car makes you feel. This combines the visual of a car, with the story …

  22. Alex

    Daily Create tdc31

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    Japan Disaster US MiIitary, a photo by layzlay24 on Flickr. U.S. Marine Sgt @$%# Lay, 23, second left, of Philadelphia, Pa., leads U.S. soldiers as they unload hardware to install hot showers at a makeshift shelter for displaced residents from the massive tsunami, Saturday, March 26, 2011 in Higashi…
  23. Alex

    Fuji Rock Fest

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    Fuji Rock Fest, a photo by layzlay24 on Flickr.

    Daily Create- Upside down photo
    Via Flickr:
    This was a picture taken at the Fuji Rock Fest ”09, in Naeba, Japan. It’s a good picture right side up, but even better seeing it upside down. By the way, the Fuji …

  24. Alex

    Englebart Pokemon

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    To pay respect to Douglas Englebart ( inventor of the computer mouse, and the development of hypertext, networked computers, and precursors to GUIs), I’ve created a pokemon card in honor of his birthday.

    Image Link: Englebart

    DS-106 Pokemon:

    THE ASSIGNMENT:

    The assignment was to create a pokemon card using one …

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