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  1. Dana Cazan

    Vimeo Victory

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    Attempting to resolve the issue with Vimeo…in the meantime…can we talk about how Vimeo Plus is plastered all over the sight?  I am sick of being told “Vimeo Plus members are at the front of the line…with Vimeo Plus you … Continue reading
  2. Dana Cazan

    Moments

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    This if my final project for DS106.  I have to admit I am pretty proud of the video, though the timing and music isn’t as precise as I wanted it to be.  I had a lot of fun working on … Continue reading
  3. Dana Cazan

    Eavesdropping

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    On the first day of summer school, I was late to class because I couldn’t log onto the Internet in Chandler Hall.  Ironically, the classroom I was searching for was that of DS106, and forgetful me forgot to write down … Continue reading
  4. Dana Cazan

    Bible Talk

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    The separation between church and state has long been debated in the United States, and Godless America definitely encapsulates what is a great divide in our national perspective and politics. I am have never been one to invest myself in … Continue reading
  5. Dana Cazan

    Changed my Mind…

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    For my final project I decided to nix my original idea and do a narrative about the various interpretations of a story.  I am going to have some interviews, movie clips and music to create sort of a multi-media montage … Continue reading
  6. Dana Cazan

    Fly Like an Eagle

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    For my web-re-do assignment I chose play on the ideas we came up with for our UMW “Extreme Makeover”  project and update the Mary Washington “Campus Life” Web Page.  The entire thing is a bit of social commentary on popular … Continue reading
  7. Dana Cazan

    kjfhksdjfhask.

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    I am so frustrated with Audacity. Blah! Rawr! Blah!   Here is what I have for the segment…I can’t say that it is exactlyyyy what we aimed to do, but it is some good porch talk alright!  Have a listen! … Continue reading
  8. Dana Cazan

    Surfin’ Safari

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    Here is my first bumper for our radio broadcast…I am still trying to perfect things with audacity… DS106 “Dog Days of Summer” Bumper
  9. Dana Cazan

    Apocalypse!

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      For my sound effects story I decided to do a short narrative about a normal city day that is shook by the torment of the Apocalypse.  With all of the recent hype I thought it would be sort of … Continue reading
  10. Dana Cazan

    Porch sittin’

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      I am still juggling with ideas, but for my broadcast segment I was thinking about doing something about Porch talk.  Porch sitting is an essential element of summer, and I thought it would be cool to record some conversations … Continue reading
  11. Dana Cazan

    Mermaids

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    Forewarning–scattered, semi-un-related paragraphs below. Between mermaids, pizza men, obsessive lovers and war-guilt, I think this was my favorite episode of This American Life that we have listened to so far.  I think a lot of it had to do with … Continue reading
  12. Dana Cazan

    J…J

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                          After looking at some other celebrity look-a-like assignments, I decided to try and do one myself.  I played with some effects of flickr to make two vintage-looking surfing photos … Continue reading
  13. Dana Cazan

    Chipmunk

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      I used to think my sister was the meanest girl in all of St. James Catholic School.  She slightly resembled a tree-a tall slender body that towered over me, topped with a crown of hair that frizzed into the … Continue reading
  14. Dana Cazan

    First Attempts

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    My goals for this week will be to attempt/complete the following four projects from the Visual and Design activities. “I made tea.” “The Four Icon Challenge” “The Big Caption” “Minimalist Travel Poster”

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