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Wow! I feel like I’ve come to the end of a long journey. Back in January, I had no idea where my Learning With Digital Stories (INTE 5340) class would take me. I’ve gone down different paths this semester and seen many things and read many stories of adversity. In the process, I’ve been inspired … Continue reading "INTE 5340 Final Portfolio"
(“Red Rocks at Night” by David Amirault from www.ozskier.com under CC BY SA 3.0 license) Daily Create Assignment this week. Fun work, especially with this photo of Red Rock Amphitheater, which just announced this summer’s Film on the Rocks line-up!
It’s tough to write a Twitter story in less than 140 characters! @ds106dc #tdc1521 #ILT5340 Earl looked over his snowy land and realized he needed nothing more in life… except maybe a pair of long johns.
I was amazed at how quickly I was able to put this DS106 Assignment Bank project together. With all the movie audio, including songs and some soundbites, is available on a CD, it makes things much easier. This was a favorite soundtrack to listen to back in 1995. In Madison, a person could hear “Son … Continue reading "DS106 Audio Assignment: Movie As Radio"
This DS106 Video Assignment didn’t take too much time to record, but it did take a while to think about what I was going to say. Most of it is light, but I do talk a bit serious for a couple of moments. Recorded this with my iMac webcam, cut together in iMovie and even … Continue reading "DS106 Video Assignment: Dear Sixteen Year Old, Me"
This DS106 Daily Create assignment took longer than I thought. Haven’t used Adobe Illustrator much so I threw this together using Google Drawings. Took a little while to find some simple clipart online.
This week’s Daily Create took a little creativity: Turn a William Shakespeare quote and use an Old West Speak Generator to create the cowboy version. I chose the following from Julius Caesar: “Cowards die many times before their deaths; The valiant never taste of death but once.” Here’s the Old West Speak Version. Interesting.