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  1. @KellyPratt27125

    Reading A Movie

    This week, my digital studies class focused on video. The video resources I reviewed this week were by far the most useful to me compared with the previous weeks’ resources. In the past, I received an Associate’s Degree in Multimedia. It was fairly comprehensive. Additionally, I spent more than 10 years doing freelance graphic design […]
  2. @KellyPratt27125

    Visual Assignment Pt. 1

    The information about taking pictures was interesting. Having taken multiple architecture research classes, I’ve already taken part in several lessons about taking photos using a camera. Most of the information presented in my digital studies course reiterated what I already knew. One suggestion that I would like to consider for future photos is to take […]
  3. @eggstve


    Ages into the future is a land inhabited by a wide variety of strange fauna and broken monuments. Tucked in a cave is a family of rock like beings, hundreds of smaller ones working under a monolithic queen. It tells one small rock in particular to follow their dreams, and they do. And as Rudy […]
  4. @eggstve

    Week 4 dev log

    This week was by far the most stressful thanks to the assignments and regular life happenings. My time management was way off this week and I’m not satisfied with my creative works this week nearly as much as some of my previous works. I spent more time struggling to get certain things to work or […]
  5. @eggstve


    I had my friend randomly pick out five numbers from one to eleven to pick out people’s blogs, and I gotta say my classmates have some great content put out! Gonna need to step up my game My first blog comment was on Tristan Barber’s blog, I really appreciate the amount of text written […]
  6. @FlOv_evelyn

    Reading Movies: No Subtitles

    For learning more about video, I read “How to Read a Movie” and watched The Shining // Zooms, Tarantino // From Below and Examples of Editing Techniques. Ebert suggest to dissect movies frame by frame. In a group of people there is so many different ethnicities, backgrounds, languages, experiences and more that can contribute to […]
  7. @FlOv_evelyn

    A&V Makes Magic

    Movie Scene: Fight Club – Do not fuck with us I chose a scene from Fight Club given I have never seen the movie and have heard its quite the iconic one. I broke down my reviews in the three ways I was instructed. Look: The character with his face all in the screen obviously […]
  8. @FlOv_evelyn

    Thoughts of Lo Radio

    TED Radio Hour & ScottLo “What you put into the course is what you get out of it.” I have heard this phrase a couple times from different people regarding this course and I definitely think it is true. With ScottLo on the LoDown and his review of previous DS106 students work, it became more […]
  9. @FlOv_evelyn


    Massimo Vignelli created Helvetica, originally Neue Haas Grotesk. Yes, the font! I know everything is made by someone, but why did I assume that fonts were just made by computers? When technically all the information that came and are inserted into computers are from people’s minds. I read the text in our week assignment regarding […]

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