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  1. dogtrax

    Radio Poem

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    This morning’s Daily Create was to listen to the radio, and grab some lyrics, and then make a poem. I used an online radio streaming site, bounced around, and grabbed some words. Peace (and sound), Kevin
  2. dogtrax

    DS106: Remix Monday (Week 3)

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    I’m doing a five-week, every-Monday (unless I space out and forget to get it done) remix of a piece of art from the earlier days of DS106. (Read more about what I am up to here). This is week three. For this week’s remix, I took the text of the image about remix, and used […]
  3. amiddlet50

    A Man Walked into a Bar: humour, space, self-deprecation, #activelearning

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    In this post I explore the pedagogy of humour in the context of higher education teaching and learning and begin to realise there’s more to humour in the classroom than having a bit of fun! This was my starting point, … Continue reading ?
  4. Antonio Vantaggiato

    The abyss and the abyss invoked by the abyss

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    Flickr photo: Abyss, by lucyroo.

    Sometimes (often, really) we find little gems of text within an already great work of literature. I stumbled in this terrific segment by Writer Gianfranco Garofiglio:   Le cose non esistono se non abbiamo le parole per chiamarle. Things do … Continue reading

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  5. ayu7kaji

    Monsoon Memories: A Poem

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    The streets keep gleaming, I can feel the ghosts cheering The sounds that can be heard, Echo in the ear Dripping, dropping, swishing, slashing Life keeps still as calm Thrum of strings Be faintly heard, and Disappear into the night Hopes belong to loves lost long Breaths of life fill the air As minds open; […]
  6. ayu7kaji

    Monsoon Memories: A Note

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    Hi Guys, I’m sharing an old poem and my notes on it that I had published when Blogger or Blogspot was the trending WordPress. 🙂 Hope you enjoy! http://shilthoughts.blogspot.com/2011/05/monsoon-memories-note.html The rain brings out the poet in any one of us. The dripping sounds, the quiet and muffled whispers, the damp moods. The raindrops flow gently, […]

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