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  1. @https://twitter.com/MCorbettWilson

    Breathe

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    In the spring of 2021 I participated in “Elder Circles: Fierce Words of the Third Age”, StoryCenter’s (storycenter.org) first workshop for those over 60. I joined founder and Executive Director Joe Lambert and Linda Parris-Bailey, playwright and Founder of ParrisBaileyArts.com, who also served as the Executive/Artistic Director of the Carpetbag Theatre for 45 years, in […]
  2. @mwolfindale

    ds106 ‘Make Noise from a Normal Sample’ #2

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    I recently joined ds106 as an open participant, whilst conducting a very small scale micro-ethnographic study of ds106 as part of the Education and Digital Cultures (EDC) course (#mscedc). This is my second try at Make Noise from a Normal Sample. I recorded the original myself on my phone (although technically it’s kind of a sample of a sample)…can …

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  3. @mwolfindale

    ds106 ‘Make Noise from a Normal Sample’ #1

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    I recently joined ds106 as an open participant, whilst conducting a very small scale micro-ethnographic study of ds106 as part of the Education and Digital Cultures (EDC) course (#mscedc). I’m new to all this, but trying my hand at a few of the assignments, such as Make Noise from a Normal Sample. I recorded the original sample myself …

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  4. @mwolfindale

    ds106radio bumper

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    I recently joined ds106 as an open participant, whilst conducting a very small scale micro-ethnographic study of ds106 as part of the Education and Digital Cultures (EDC) course (#mscedc). I have been following along with week five of UMW Spring 2020 and was inspired while listening to ds106radio this week, and hearing everyone’s radio bumpers, to try my hand at the …

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  5. @tabbycat07

    What’s Your Story?

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    It`s all about sounds and what kind of story they make. For this audio assignment, I picked out 6 different sounds, from freesound.org, and tuned them together with Audacity. Figuring out Audacity was a little tricky because I had to figure out what all the different buttons were and where to clip the sound at Read More
  6. @eafinto

    “These Are A Few of My Favorite”… Sounds!

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    For this assignment from the assignment bank, I was to create an audio recording of four or five of my favorite sounds. This really got me thinking because I’ve never really thought about what sounds I actually like. I know what sounds I don’t like because every time I hear them I want to either pull my […]

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