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  1. rowan_peter (Rowan Peter)

    Mimicry is the best form of flattery – Mondrian Melbourne

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    For the Mimicry is the best form of flattery assignment, use a vector or raster graphic software to mimic your favorite artist work but use your own design. Doing my best to bring a Mondrian-esque Composition with Red Blue and Yellow to the iconic Flinders Street Railway Station in the City of Melbourne. My image … Continue reading Mimicry is the best form of flattery – Mondrian Melbourne ?
  2. rowan_peter (Rowan Peter)

    Books for Everyone (including animals and the machines) #dailycreate #tdc4396 #ds106

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    This 1929 poster is from the Library of Congress archives on Flickr. Let’s do an update (maybe most needed now more than ever in the era of banned books in the US). Make your poster or meme more modern but keep the love of books alive in your art. https://daily.ds106.us/tdc4396/ My poster was generated with … Continue reading Books for Everyone (including animals and the machines) #dailycreate #tdc4396 #ds106 ?
  3. @eggstve

    Dev week 3

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    I started off this week’s assignments well by getting a head start on my ds 106 tasks, and I’ happy to say that the process was so much smoother and enjoyable than last week. Now that I took my time and focused more on the quality rather than the deadline I feel much better about […]
  4. @eggstve

    Design Blitz

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    The idea behind the “Balance” photo was to showcase how precise and purposeful the layout on this little disk was. Naturally there’s a focal point on the disk, but at the same time the eye can wander over the full design and not feel over or underwhelmed. The two trees on the right are complemented […]
  5. @Katie___Donovan

    Copyright

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    After reading the article Photographer Files $1 Billion Suit Against Getty for Licensing Her Public Domain Image, I learned about the struggles photographers might face relating to their creative property. Once an image is taken, the photographer instantly has copyright ownership of it. The photographer Carol Highsmith shares her work with the public domain. ThisContinue reading "Copyright"
  6. @eendip

    Best Sports Play of the Past Year (IMO)

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    To me, this was the best sports play of the year. The Bucks played great defense on the other side to prevent Devin Booker from winning/tying the game in the final seconds. The Bucks get a steal and convert that into a fastbreak alley-oop “AND-1” (Giannis was fouled on the play but still made the...
  7. @mto_morgan

    Week 2 Summary

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    First, I will talk about my assignments. For my coding assignment, I wrote a piece of software to essentially log and view events that you want to save and look at later. This can be used to keep track of your story and it allows you to look back to the past. The post can be found here: As for […]
  8. @Becca82037979

    YouTubing: How is fills in my day as well as others based on gender

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    Happy Thursday, the weekend is just in reach! We are almost there. What better thing to talk about while in quarantine than what people do to fill up their free time. Personally, I love to watch youtube videos. They are so entertaining to me because unlike movies they dont come along with the commitment of …

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  9. @Becca82037979

    YouTubing: Where it came from and how it knows what YOU want to watch

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    Happy Tuesday, I hope everyone had a great Memorial day! This week I am choosing to discuss the beautiful platform of YouTube. I honestly dont think I go a single day without watching a YouTube video so this is a perfect module for me. Youtube was founded in 2005 then quickly took off after that …

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  10. @V20Kai

    All Work and All Play

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    Today marks the end of Week 2 on our DS106 journey for this semester, and now that the semester is slowly kicking into full gear, this old soul is wearing down. That said, this week has helped me to slowly adjust to how we do things in this course. I started my Friday of last […]

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