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    The Desk of Agent Fawn

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    I took on the One Shot assignment that is worth 3 stars. I decided to use this assignment along with my character. The idea of the one shot was to take one image and split it into a comic style to convey something. I decided to tweak that a little, …

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    Writing Week

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    This week was the writing week where we got to create our characters that we will be using throughout the semester.

     

    Daily Creates

    I was a little slow on the Daily Creates this week and went down to the wire completing the last one today. But they are always …

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    Shape that Story

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    Watching the Kurt Vonnegut video on the Shapes of Stories was super interesting to me. It brought me back to those middle school and early high school exercises where we had to drawn out the plot of the story explaining the key points. (Although that was more plot based then …

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    The Hunt for Spy Kids Avengers

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    We got to watch films and tv shows for storytelling for class. That is a great way to start off a week of writing. To try to get the best feel for the genre we are exploring I tried to consume the most of the films and media we were …

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    Haiku for You

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    Took on a Haiku Recipe assignment worth 2 stars. I felt pretty good about this one because I decided to go very simple but stick to the shortness and syllabus of an actual traditional Haiku. I chose the first comfort food I could think of that would also lend itself …

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    Monologue Tool

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    This time I took on the Monologue of a Household Tool assignment which is worth 4 1/2 stars. I tried to make it ambiguous so you have to guess what household object I am describing.

    Monologue

    An average day starts at the start of everyday for me. Every morning I …

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    That was a Bad Choice

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    My take on the Your Adventure Is Over two star assignment, with an example of the wrong choice for a choose your own adventure book.

    You tuck yourself under the antique desk in the corner of the room trying to make yourself as small as possible. But it does not …

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    Explaining My Spy

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    When I created my character I wanted to play into the trope of semi-normal people falling into or being coerced into spy role. With those kinds of characters I have noticed they always seem to fall into two categories the completely goofily under qualified new spy or the somehow has …

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    Agent Fawn

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    Greetings. My “name” is Fawn, or I should say my code name is Fawn however I find codenames mostly superfluous. I understand keeping ones identity a secret to protect against constant threat, however I also believe anyone with anything to loose should not consider a career in espionage.

    I would …

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    Weekly summary 2

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    This week was my very first for plenty of DS 106 assignments. It was also my first set of daily creates! I started it up with some dog propaganda, learned how to print a youtube video (honestly had to google what that was), and made a fun book mashup. So …

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    Weekly Summary

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    Introduction

    To start of the introduction to DS 106 in “bootcamp” the week started with an introduction of ourselves to the class using different media outlets that we will be using throughout the course. I already had some familiarity with most of these sites but it took me awhile to …

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    Introduction

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    Hello! My name is Callie Liberty (technically Catherine). I am a senior at UMW a history major and a digital studies minor. I also work on campus as a tutor at the Digital Knowledge Center.

    In terms of an introduction to me I like knitting, history, reading, and learning. While …

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    Mission 106 Thoughts

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    I was pretty excited to learn this semesters course would be spy themed. I enjoy spy films even with the often problems within the genre, and am excited to explore that genre in more detail. I have always enjoyed spy films both in the Martini Flavor or Stale Beer Flavor …

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    Show Your Work

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    The importance of showing your work to a community makes sense as a concept but Kleon’s 10 points help define the concept in a concise way. While all the points are certainly useful in the pursuit of sharing work I found the first two most applicable for me personally and …

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