Touch the firehose of ds106, the most recent flow of content from all of the blogs syndicated into ds106. As of right now, there have been 92400 posts brought in here going back to December 2010. If you want to be part of the flow, first learn more about ds106. Then, if you are truly ready and up to the task of creating web art, sign up and start doing it.
DS106 was a great class. It introduced me to several new ways in which stories can be told and how using certain techniques will change the results in dramatic ways. The combination of various mediums allows for great flexibility in … Continue reading →
So this project has been a chore. While I enjoyed putting it together it was just full of problems. First off the video I was using was in AVI format so after I clipped what I wanted out of it … Continue reading →
In this episode of This American Life, Ira Glass starts off the episode talking about two separation of church and state issues. The first about funding a Salvation Army building in Wisconsin and the other regarding a science teacher in … Continue reading →
This editing website business is more difficult than I thought it could be. I seem to have trouble having it reappear in proper format after editing the html data. But never fear I shall have it up today. Of course … Continue reading →
In this episode of This American Life, Ira Glass covers a bizarre story of a mix up at the hospital where 2 children were taken home by the wrong parents. This whole story is just crazy to me. In hearing the … Continue reading →
This is a lil bumper I put together for DS106 radio using audacity. The tracks include Disturbed: Down With the Sickness as well as laser sound effects. I provided the voice with some alteration to the tone. DS106 Stinger by … Continue reading →
This is what I wish I was happening tonight. My A/C isn’t working and its still over 80 degrees here at 11:30 at night. These clips were found at archive.org and put together in audacity.
Hotsummernight by olsonkevinw
In this episode of This American Life the topic was how children can be cruel. When I first picked out this episode I made the assumption that it would be a more direct focus on how children are cruel to one … Continue reading →
I had originally planned on doing the Averaging project but could not get it to work using Paint Shop Pro. Instead I decided to rummage through my photo collection to find something with 106 in it. After much searching I … Continue reading →
For this assignment I took a photo of stacks of untreated railroad ties sitting in Orange, VA prior to being loaded onto railcars for transport to a treatment plant where they are impregnated with creosote. The color was manipulated in … Continue reading →
Five Card Story: How did this happen? a Five Card Flickr story created by Kevin flickr photo by pporto flickr photo by jentropy flickr photo by cogdogblog flickr photo by bionicteaching flickr photo by Serenae So I was getting ready … Continue reading →
This American Life, a program on NPR, has an episode on college partying. It focuses on Penn State which was named the number 1 party school by the Princeton Review. In listening to the episode it sounded as if I … Continue reading →
Over the past 16 or so months, one of my tasks at Capital Outlay was going through the steps necessary to create and install two National Park Service style interpretive signs at the Fredericksburg City Dock. This was part of … Continue reading →