1. cogdog

    Continuity Problems Can GIF in Your Way

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    Note: This should be moved over to CogDogBlog.com when the hippies hosting it turn the lights on) My latest video watching was Clint Eastwood’s western Hang “em High (1968), his first non spaghetti one. The story of the honest guy done wrong, his quest for revenge, is also played out on the balance of power ...
  2. mwatanab

    Aloha from the Office

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    I’m in my second official week here at the Waialae Baptist Church office sitting in for a family friend.  Between casual conversations with the pastors and administrators of different ministries I get to sort through mail and email, file papers away, type on desktop keyboards (and typewriters), spin in a chair that swivels, print church ...
  3. cogdog

    Won’t GIF Fooled Again

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    What to GIF tonight? I was recalling a few photos I took of something in West Texas I spotted on my trip home in December. Then the lightning bolts flew, so thanks to Rowan Peter for the idea on my Who GIFs to include some Pete Townsend Windmill Powered GIFness I had a series of 10 sequential shots of these windmills in motion: cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by cogdogblog At the same spot I had done a Cinegram one, playing with freezing the rightmost tower and making the others move in a fun but not so useful for generating electricity fashion From my series of photos, I imported them all into Photoshop as a Stack. In the animation palette, I converted the layers to frames. By examining the rotation, I was able to find 6 frames that did a smooth repetition, and deleted the rest, I ...
  4. cogdog

    I GIFly GIFfed a GIFfy 2012 GIF!

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    Sure, the Oxford American Dictionary made the verb “to GIF” a word of the year, but they fell short– it should be noun, adjective, adverb, maybe even present past participle of the year, too. Yes, it’s the peak of ds106 GIFfest. And I did not even get close to sending out real holiday cards this year. So here is my GIFfy GIF greeting I GIFfed as a way to reflect on the travels an connections in 2012. This monster GIF includes 100 photos I chose from my flickr stream, with special people and places from 2012 (and if somewhere I likely left you put, sorry!). And I count this for the ds106 GIffest GIFMas Card. It actually works great as a repeating recycling of 2012. In perpetuity. I managed to just about cover North America with people and places I got to see this year, and even this is just ...
  5. cogdog

    Can You GIF The Real Me?

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    Time for a little bit of Rock and Roll GIF-action (“I can’t get no…”) for the ds106 GIFfest, this in response to the Rock ‘n Roll ‘n GIF call… actually a few different music action sequences from the BBC documentary on the Who’s Quadrophenia, Can You See the Real Me?. Besides the retrospective perspectives fro those who were there, te film has some short performance segments from both their Mod days in the 1960s and the early- mid 1970s when the band was performing Quadrophenia in concert. First, we have some windmilling Young Pete Townsend, powering the chords to “Can’t Explain” Much of the old performance portions in this film have a lot of zooming and uneven camera handling, so I ended up working with rather short bits. Next we have some old and young John Entwhistle, him recalling with horror when the band got their “mod” hair cuts: And ...
  6. cogdog

    Fort GIFpache

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    Here comes my epic multi GIF bonanza as part of the ds106 GIFfest, it might fall into a Multi-GIF story. It’s BROUGHT TO EXCITING LIFE! What follows are 16 GIFfable scenes from the 1948 John Ford Western, Fort Apache. Rented from the nifty little library in Pine, AZ, the movie appeals on several levels, first because of the iconic scenery of Monument Valley it might be 100 miles from the real Fort Apache). Yes, the mittens are familiar, but it’s that vast space the Ford used so well to back narrate the story. You also have some name stars, John Wayne, Henry Fonda, even a adult-ish) Shirley Temple. It’s a slice a bit different from the typical cowboys versus Indians, though both are present, but really dives into the tension of the white settles who had lived long enough in the southwest to appreciate and understand the land and te ...
  7. cogdog

    The Eight Nights of GIFannukah

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    My menorah is put away, but it seems such a nice symbol to GIF, maybe have to slip it in under Ben Rimes’ GIFmas Card assignment (the first rule of ds106 I tell my students is to change up and break the rules of an assignment, if it makes for good art). Do you need the whole story? I would think the Macabees would dig some GIF miracles. This started with mp photo from night 7 (I forgot to get one on the last night) cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by cogdogblog But that’s no problem, I was able to magic brush in a copy of one of the middle candles to fill the gap. i also managed to lose two flames by… well I think I forgot to paste. So I copied an isolated flame, and flipped it horizontal to make it looks little different This ...
  8. cogdog

    MOO(c) MOO(c) MOO(c)

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    Stanford is doing it. Harvard is doing it. MIT is doing it. We better do it. Just keep mooing along. Giulia got the GIF going this before me (and cleverly wrapped it into an Instagram-like GIF with dancing panda, speaking of herding behavior, look at the stampeded over to flickr). I knew when I saw this Cow & Cow & Cow & video that I had to GIF it or do something with it. The video is worth it for the zany music and the metamoo-phasis of the cows (all rendered brillaintly in Adobe After Affects). Just look at those Yes Cows. Everybody in agreement. This one was a bit tricky since the entire video had the cows panning. I ended up narrowing it to three frames, and using some pixel nudging to try and align the cows and then crop out the non-overlap. It’s not clean, but neither are ...
  9. cogdog

    The Muppets Are On to You, ds106!

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    Allright, one more GIF (this morning) and then off to do something else. Maybe. This one can fit into two of the categories- RIFF a GIF and GIF the #ds106 (this is a test if I can slip one example into two assignments). Muppets + ds106 #4life
  10. cogdog

    Love and Boxing, GIFfed

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    The eclectic Woody Allen has had many romantic encounters, on and off screen. How could he ever forget his lively yet draining down under love affair? I was going to make a new assignment for the #ds106 GIFfest, but sometimes it is more fun to make the GIF fit, in this case making it slip in facetiously under Michael Branson Smith’s I’ll Love You Forever: Help that cinematic love last for eternity by turning it into an animated GIF. There is a good and growing set of GIFable tasks, time now to fill in with examples. So far RIFF a GIF is in the lead. These starry eyed lovers first met at sunset on a brushy hill top north of Adelaide, he the pasty white skinned American burning under the solar flares, she the bouncy yet quixotic marsupial who did not pull punches. They loved, they fought, and mostly just ...
  11. cogdog

    ds106 GIFfest

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    It was two years ago when ds106 was born- and one of the most magical parts was the spontaneous combustion/eruption of people experimenting with new forms of animated gifs. With my semester of teaching ds106 ending and most others going more into goofy relax mode, I wondered about launching some sort of “event” just for people who might want to gather and do some creating of art, eh? Grant Potter shared a link to a nifty online GIF Festival, and thus, I said, why not do it around ds106? Grant has already started a GIFfestivus and has Andy Fograve. So here we go, this is how I suggest we celebrate GIFs around ds106. There are no rules. There are no prizes. Just make ‘em, blog, em, and share ‘em. Do as many as you can by the end of the year. Spend your holidays GIFwrapping. I’ve modded the ds106 assignment ...
  12. cogdog

    Success ds106 Style: The Reddit Effect

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    cc licensed ( BY NC ND ) flickr photo shared by habeebee The high water marks of success in ds106 are sometimes the ones that breaks the server. Last Spring, Jim write about what happened when a graphic by former ds106 student Andrew Allingham went big on reddit. The impact of this reddit effect is pushing a lot of traffic to your web host (reddit never hits the content, they link to the sources), and in Andrew’s case, it was so much, his web host suspended his account. Maybe not quite at the insane levels Andrew’s post generated (which to me is still a ds106 classic on its own, reddit or not), we just experienced the reddit effect on a post by one of my students. The problem arose because in reviewing Amber’s last posts, I noted a few days ago this student’s blog was not running. I checked the ...
  13. cogdog

    Dexter Jumps the Noiseprofessor: Riff a GIF!

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    This is my own riff on the eminent Photoshop RiffMaster, the Noiseprofessor, himself riffing with his own photoshopping of Brian Lamb’s super dog Dexter. I upped the Fonzie with Zack’s face, and even twiddled his thumb a bit ;-) Can ds106 be any more fun when people just play like that, rapid fire? On the surface it looks silly, but there’s something more at play. I’d wax on this, but would rather make more GIFs today. But it did get me thinking about a new assignment to be rolled into what will be (look for details tomorrow) a ds106 GIF Festival, this one known as Riff a GIF: Some of the best parts of ds106 happens when people spontaneously build off of the whacky things others share. Rapid fire style. Your assignment is to riff on someone eles’s ds106 work and make it new in a GIF form. It can ...
  14. cogdog

    The Faultless Feed (GIF) Train

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    I spotted many a grain elevator in my cross country travels, but this one in Lawndale Illinois caught my attention the most, for the faint “Faultless Feed” on the side of the grain elevator, plus as a bonus it was right on Old Route 66. While snapping my photos, I saw the lights down the track. I had to book it and run under the dropping barriers to get a series of photos of a passing Amtrak train. What could be more suited for doing animated GIFs than trains? We need something like this for the upcoming ds016 GIFfest (what is that) (it’s a secret) (shh). So we have the new All Aboard The GIF Train assignment hoisted in a new corner of ds106 “Train kept a rollin’ all night long…” “Down around the corner half a mile from here, see them long trains run and you watch them disappear…” ...
  15. shenika1987

    Final Project

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    My final project is about my son being a superhero and no one knows it.  This was a fun way that I was able to depict my son in a story I used the assignment repository to chose a few different genres of what we learned in class.  This was interesting and I like the ...
  16. shenika1987

    Create a music video

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    For this assignment you are to recreate a 2 minute segment from your favorite music video. Be creative and try to imitate it as much as possible similar clothes, makeup, scenery, etc Step One: Set up webcam on computer so that it can capture your video Step Two: Start playing the song or acting out ...
  17. shenika1987

    Week 15

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    It so hard to say goodbye, it seems like only yesterday I was just starting DS106.  I have to say that this was my favorite and least stressful class that I chose to take this semester.  I am so glad that I was able to take this course and learn so much from it.  I ...
  18. shenika1987

    Assignments, Tutorials, and Daily Create

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    It took me a while to figure out what ideas I could contribute to this course since there has been so many different and excellent ideas that have been presented already.  I was surprised that after I submitted my work that I was able to be posted on the ds106 Assignment page along with all the other ...
  19. shenika1987

    Caption this

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    Caption That Assignment and Tutorial (This assignment can be attempted at http://assignments.ds106.us/assignments/caption-that/) For this assignment I created I wanted to have fun were you can locate a picture on the web, take a picture while your out and about, anything creative and caption it to be funny.  I saw this picture and thought of so many ...
  20. asterne1

    Assignment/Tutorial 2 Created

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    Assignment 2, create your own theme song! Piece together multiple songs in Audacity and make your own theme song! Can only be at most 1 minute long. The first thing you need to do is pick at least 3 songs that symbolize who you are. I’m going to be choosing songs from my iTunes library. My Songs: As Long As You Love Me: Alex Goot Ass Back Home: Secrets and Crazy Beautiful: Ashley Parker Angel Open Audacity: Import one of the songs you want to use: File- Import and find the song on your computer. You’re going to need to cut out the sections of the song you don’t want … Continue reading
  21. asterne1

    Final Project; Happy Hunger Games!

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    I chose Haymitch Abernathy for my character to portray. Wikipedia describes him as ” “paunchy, middle-aged man” who was the victor of the 50th Hunger Games (the Second Quarter Quell), which occurred 24 years prior to the first book.[3] When he was 16, Haymitch was reaped for the Second Quarter Quell, where four tributes from each district were forced into the arena. He became an ally to a girl named Maysilee Donner, who was the original owner of Katniss’ symbolic mockingjay pin, but was later forced to watch her die. During the Games, he discovered a wall of shrubbery at the edge of the Arena that concealed a force field, … Continue reading
  22. Paul Waltsak III

    Final Project: The Man. The Myth. The Paul.

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    Have you ever experienced a person, an ENTITY, a being that was so out of this world?? For instance, a legend.. Someone, or something, that many people could speak of but never truly understand? How about the man, the myth? I’m sure you know of him. He has even pervaded the DS106 culture… now, he ...

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Fall 2016 Digital Literacy at K-State

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Effective digital communications using industry standard technologies to create and edit various media including photographs, videos, sound recordings, websites and other forms of print and online media. Students analyze, evaluate and participate in digital culture. Digital publishing topics include media access, censorship, copyright, fair use, mashups and remixes.

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    BLUF (Bottom Line Up Front):  From this course, I gained a tremendous amount of capabilities to tell stories in the digital world but also left a lot on the table.  When I first started the semester, there was a wide, open space in my mind, not knowing what I’d be experiencing but I knew I […]

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Welcome to Lori Elliott's Fall 2016 Learning with Digital Stories Course at CU Denver

CU Denver’s INTE 4340/5340 Learning with Digital Stories is a DS106-inspired course experimenting with narration, annotation, and open learning. Learn more about our course at from the syllabus and follow us on Twitter via #ILT5340.

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An open ds106 experience built around a genre of Westerns. Get yer blog and ride with us! Not a course, it's... something else.

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York College CT101 (Fall 2013)

This class is being taught by Chloe Smolarski-- "We're riding the DS106 wave for our fifth straight semester here at York College/CUNY, Queens, NY. All art, all love.". See also the class site

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UMW Summer 2013 (Jim Groom)

The Summer 2013 class at University of Mary Washington taught by Jim Groom. There is a certain Twilight Zone feel to this class.

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Lane Community College

Welcome to Lane Community College's Fall 2014 Digital Storytelling Aggregator

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English Studies in the Digital Age (St Johns U, Spring 2014)

This class is being taught by Jennifer Travis. The course investigates how digital technologies impact the way we read, study, and understand literature and is inspired by the following questions: What happens to literature and “the literary” in an age of digital technology? How are modern technological innovations like the computer and e-reader reshaping our understanding of texts and their writers, readers, and interpreters? What is digital literature and how do we contextualize it within a history of literature and literary aesthetic?

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Manchester Digital Storytelling (Summer 2014)

This class is being offered by The Unitarian Universalist Society: EastGive some comment love! Find a random post from this section (published in the last 3 weeks).

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UMW ds106 (Levine)

The Spring 2013 ds106 class at the University of Mary Washington taught by Alan Levine.

Student Blogs (1388 posts)

  1. A little all over the place
  2. Above The Clouds
  3. Amateur Hour
  4. Coffee Dogs and Activism
  5. CogDogBlog » ds106
  6. Cole's DS106 Blog
  7. Confessions of a Future Disney Princess
  8. DS106
  9. DS106 ChaChaChelsea Style
  10. ds106&Dragon
  11. Hello Brittany
  12. Hey, Ms. Parker...
  13. Keeping up with Kaitlyn
  14. Living Without a Net
  15. Miss Runner Bug
  16. Oh My Gott
  17. Owl Be Reading
  18. Save The Pandas
  19. Simplicity is the Best Policy
  20. Slowly Killin' Tim E.
  21. The Digital Seamstress
  22. The Fandom Princess
  23. Waiting for the Spark

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KSU Digital Media 1

The Spring 2013 class at Kansas State University taught by Bill Genereux.

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UMich RCCORE 334

The Spring 2013 class the University of Michigan Residential College taught by Brian Short..

RCCORE 334: Digital Storytelling examines, interrogates, and explores the current digital landscape by reading the work of great digital and analogue thinkers and by using freely accessible technology to make art. more information....

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York College/CUNY

Classes being taught by Michael Branson-Smith and Chloe Smolarski-- "We're riding the DS106 wave for our four straight semester here at York College/CUNY, Queens, NY. All art, all love.". See the class site

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Kennesaw State University ENGL3241

The class being taught at Kennesaw State University in the Spring of 2013 and taught by Ryan Rish. This class is using s shared blog we are syndicating in to ds106

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UMW Section 2

The class being taught at University of Mary Washington taught by Alan Levine

Student Blogs (1835 posts)

  1. A Homely Homeless
  2. Aetherbunny
  3. any-Ideas.me
  4. artistically amelia | artistically amelia
  5. Ashley's Blog
  6. Blogging in the life of Shenika Rich
  7. CogDogBlog » ds106
  8. CogDogLab
  9. Corgis and Cups of Coffee
  10. danielzimmerman.net
  11. DontStrayAway
  12. Hockey in Heels
  13. I Think This is So Much More Fun Than a Normal Class
  14. Just a Man and His Blog
  15. Lacy's Space
  16. Livegraced
  17. Maybe We Can Make the World a Whole lot Brighter
  18. melindakumi
  19. Nathan Stringer
  20. Rescue Sergeant Socks
  21. The Adventures of Me
  22. The man, the myth, the Paul.
  23. Time you enjoy wasting is never wasted.
  24. twerk0
  25. Voyage Through DS106

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UMW Section 1

The class being taught at University of Mary Washington taught by Martha Burtis

Student Blogs (1431 posts)

  1. A Digital Storybook of Sorts
  2. A Quarter Life Crisis » Page not found
  3. Abbey's Blog
  4. Abigail Evelyn » Page not found
  5. Alex Spangler
  6. Are we on COPS?
  7. Beauty B World <3
  8. Corrigan Compositions
  9. crystal's coming back
  10. Diary of a German Girl
  11. DIgital Stories » Page not found
  12. I Don't Know a Single Thing
  13. Kasey
  14. LiniTot
  15. Martha Burtis
  16. Mis-Tery's World
  17. My CMS
  18. PbaNdP
  19. querido everybody
  20. Rad Rad Otis Redding
  21. The Average Life
  22. The Fish Wrapper » ds106
  23. The Great Wargamer
  24. The X-Zone
  25. Watching the sunset...
  26. Wise Fish Good Porpoise
  27. Witt's Book
  28. Woman of today

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Open ds106

Be part of a course that is always going, you can start at at time, and never ends. See the full outline and details on how to make to do ds106 your way.

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About Phonar

phonar
Phonar [fo-'när] is a free and open undergraduate photography class run by Jonathan Worth from the photography team at Coventry University in the UK

Kennesaw State University (Darren Crovitz)

The class being taught at Kennesaw State University and taught by Darren Crovitz

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  1. amcfarlan14
  2. Dirty Hands, Snotty Noses, & 15 Hands Reaching for Me
  3. dmart67
  4. Dorinelly
  5. heatherbarton
  6. Roper Rules
  7. The Text in my Head
  8. Wendy's Blog

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