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    Fast Forward 50 Years

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    I saw this challenge and immediately started it. I will have to admit something though. I am already 44 years old, and I’ll be dead before 50 more years passes. So you’ll have to accept what I give you. I guessing that if I was 18 years old, I’d look …

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    Barcode Blaster

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    I was rather intrigued by the idea of cookie cutting a shape out of a barcode. The use of vertical lines along with the implied lines that make up the shape in question work very well together and I don’t have a problem identifying the image in any of the …

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    Minimalist Movie Poster

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    I love movies. I love at least one film from each genre. I used to collect movie posters and hang them on my walls. I’m 44 years old now, s that type of decorating simply won’t be tolerated, but I still enjoy a good movie poster. Having said that, when …

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    ONE Story, FOUR Icons

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    I selected some of the images for this assignment from the internet, and some I created on my own. I just placed them into MS Paint in the order of the story. I really liked this story when I was first introduced to it. I regularly enjoy a solid drama, …

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    PhotoSafari Week 6

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    This was a fun assignment. It was also fun to get strange looks rom people as I laid down in the bushes or in the middle of the sidewalk to get the shot I wanted. Design principles for photography are the same in my opinion as design principles in art …

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    A few of my favorite things… to start.

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    I have many things in my life that I love but unfortunately don’t have photographs of all of them. So I am uploading some of the photos that I DO have as a start. first off, I love my country. I love what it used to be, and what it …

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    Week 5 Weekly Summary PHOTOGRAPHY

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    Photography is a strange trade these days. With the age of the smartphone, everyone seems to take many pictures throughout each and every day of their lives, but it seems that the art of the act is being lost. Instead of producing a quality image to be displayed on the …

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    Photography Tips and Tricks

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    This week has provided me with an opportunity to explore some tips and tricks in various areas of photography. It has also educated me on where to find useful, and powerful ideas that I may never have thought of otherwise. I particularly enjoyed the tips and tricks by Mr. David …

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    Apophenia

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    I must have wandered around my house looking for something to complete this assignment with for an hour. I just couldn’t make a connection with anything. Then I was at my desk staring at the scotch tape dispenser and I thought to myself: “That’ll work!” I began twisting and turning …

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    Album Cover

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    I remember when I was younger that I was very much into music. My music. I collected albums and would just sit and listen as it brought me to a different world. These days, it seems as though recording artists aren’t too concerned with creating albums anymore. They seem more …

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    Photoblitz

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    Walking around and taking photographs of everyday things around my home was a fun yet different experience. My house is nestled at the end of a Cul-de-sac, but on the edge of the woods. I have plenty of woods to venture into, which I hope to photograph soon. I look …

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    Weekly Summary 4 ds106

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    This week was both fun and extremely frustrating at the same time. I will vent my frustrations with the multitude of applications first. I don’t know if it is only me, but I have been having some difficulty getting my Sound Cloud file to load properly on my blog. I …

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    Car Chase Commentary Week 4 Assignment

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    I’ve always thought that news reporters were just glorified gawkers, and when I saw the opportunity to poke a little fun at them while also completing an assignment for ds106, I couldn’t pass it up. I found a pretty boring car chase scene online and downloaded it. I then used …

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    Listening to “The Truth”…

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    I chose to listen to three episodes of “The Truth” this week. They were entitled “Falling”, “Fine Dining” and “It’s Going To Change Your Life”. In all honesty, I have never really given much thought to these kinds of radio shows, stories and the like. Having moved around from place …

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    About Audio Storytelling

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    Watching both Ira Glass and Jad Abumrad’s videos made me realize that far more was going on inside my head than simply listening to the radio. They both share insight on audio storytelling that is both honest and from personal experiences. Glass’s 2 building blocks for a story really do …

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    Weekly Summary for Week 3

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    This summary will take a little longer since I a lot of work this week, but didn’t we all? I thoroughly enjoyed all of the assignments this week, they were each different in their own way, but all were fun. I started with “What does storytelling mean to me?” As …

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    Appreciating DS106 of the past

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    I thoroughly enjoyed the “Silent Era: Back to the Future” submission by Ben Rimes. I have seen all of the Back to the Future films over the years, and enjoyed them all. I also used to like watching all of the old time silent movies on Saturday mornings with my …

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    We All Have A Story To Tell.

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    Stories are a part of everyday life. Each and every day we hear some type of story from someone. News stories, the reason why your co-worker was late for work story, and even the bed time story you make up for your child at bedtime. Stories have a incredible ability …

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    Weekly Summary 2

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    Well this week was a tad more involved than last week. I completed my daily creates each day, and found them increasingly fun, especially the GIF one, as I had never made a gif before. I also created a digital story for the “other side of…”, it was rudimentary at …

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    Wesch Reflection

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    I admit I am a novice in most things computer oriented, but that didn’t stop me from being thoroughly engrossed and entertained by Michael Wesch’s presentation. When he began to talk about how most teachers have lost their students, and how most students are detached from the learning process, it …

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    Gardner Campbell Reflection

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    As I read Campbell’s article entitled “A Personal Cyberinfrastructure”, I felt like I was part of a desired end result that he envisioned some time ago to further join education and technology. I had previously taken online classes with another university, however, the experience wasn’t the same. There was a …

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