1. Emily Deane

    Final Project Summary

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    As I previously posted, my final project has been basically a story of my journey at my new workplace, Hartwood Animal Hospital. I originally chose this as my project because, honestly, I had no idea what else to do. It started out as something simple that I knew I would …

  2. Emily Deane

    On This Day Tutorial

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    This tutorial shows how to use the simple program Paint to create your very own Google-esque name.

    Step 1: Use Google (of course) to find an important event that happened on your birthday (or any other particular day). Also find at least one image that goes along with this event.…

  3. Emily Deane

    9 Lives Tutorial

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    This tutorial shows how simple it is to use a basic program like Paint to make a cute collage of photos! If you’re like me and still use Paint for just about everything, this may be useful to you.

    Step 1: Open Paint. Choose your background color by selected the …

  4. Gray Kemmey

    Final Project Explained

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    For my final project I wanted to highlight some various businesses and look at their start up stories. What are some things that went well? Didn’t go so well? Interesting information about their start up days. Point out some the successes and strokes of genius. I just wanted to tell …

  5. Maura Monahan

    DS106 – Just Submit

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    Over the course of the semester, I submitted the four required new project ideas for DS106 assignments.  And by “over the course of the semester” I actually mean that I did one about halfway through and then the other three in the past few weeks.  But you knew that, right?…

  6. Leslie Truesdale

    Final Checklist

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    Its finally here! The end of the semester is upon us and finals are breathing down our necks. My schedule is fairly easy this week (comparable to previous years). I’m giving my thesis presentation tomorrow at noon, conservation biology final wednesday 8:30-11 and amazonian societies final 3:30-6 thursday. Since today …

  7. Samantha Louk

    Cat Breading Tutorial

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    Cat bread is an ancient art that has been practiced for dozens of months, possibly even years. It takes time and perseverance to appropriately bread a cat, but luckily I can help you with that.

    What you will need:

    Slice of bread Cat Courage

    Optional:

    Oven mitt Band-aids Neosporin General…
  8. Feng

    Week 14 of Final Project

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    Sunday, April 29 Goal: study as much as I possibly can. Oh, and I went to my first bridal shower. Sorry, some of these pictures are really blurry because I was trying to capture all the facial expressions of the bride-to-be but didn’t exactly go my way . pretty scarf! …

  9. Emily Deane

    Final Project: Week 6

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    For my last project update, I figured I’d share a little bit about my learning experience overall, along with a little bit of what I did this past week at work like I have been.

    This job, just in the past two months, has been more rewarding and informational than …

  10. Danielle Minter

    Last Week of Daily Creates!

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    So here is my last week of daily creates!

    4/27 – Square is hip! Lose the rectangle. Share a photo with square (1:1) aspect ration. Crop if needed.  For this daily create I used a picture of a duck I took after dinner at Outback one day.  I cropped it …

  11. Danielle Minter

    Last Week of Daily Creates!

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    So here is my last week of daily creates!

    4/27 – Square is hip! Lose the rectangle. Share a photo with square (1:1) aspect ration. Crop if needed.  For this daily create I used a picture of a duck I took after dinner at Outback one day.  I cropped it …

  12. Maura Monahan

    Summer (W3)School

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    The semester might be ending soon but that doesn’t mean we can all just pack up our computers and forget about our blogs.  At my internship last week we watched a webinar and this website was recommended for tutorials: http://www.w3schools.com/

    They seem to have a ton of great resources and …

  13. Scott Plunkett

    Tutorial – Splash the Color – Visual Assignment

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    This is a fairly simple tutorial on how to use the online photo editor FotoFlexer to complete the “Splash the Color” visual assignment.
    Tutorial for: http://assignments.ds106.us/assignments/splash-the-color/

    For this tutorial I used the FotoFlexer online photo editor, which can be found at: http://fotoflexer.com/app/index.php?
    This editor is great, especially for being a …

  14. Leslie Truesdale

    Tutorial: What’s in your head remix?

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    The original assignment was to include images in the silhouette of my own head. The remix card was to show the prequel. So I put images in the silhouette of my past/childhood.

     

    I used Adobe photoshop to edit the original image. I erased the original images in the head …

  15. Scott Plunkett

    Tutorial – Create a New You – Visual Assignment

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    This is a fairly simple tutorial on how to use the online photo editor FotoFlexer to complete the “Create a new you” visual assignment.
    Tutorial for: http://assignments.ds106.us/assignments/create-a-new-you/

    For this tutorial I used the FotoFlexer online photo editor, which can be found at: http://fotoflexer.com/app/index.php?
    This editor is great, especially for being …

  16. Leslie Truesdale

    Tutorial-Psycho Video

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    Tutorials are not my strong suit, I can photoshop the business out of photos and edit videos like no other, but when it comes to teaching someone how to do it, I am not as swift with my words and images. But seeing as its a requirement, bare with me. …

  17. Brian Brown

    Crooked Crier

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    Take a seat gentle reader and listen to one last word.  Then you may finally go off and listen to me no more, no more.

     

     

  18. Emily Deane

    TDC Weekly Summary

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    April 29 – Record a video of you drawing DS106 in bubble letters.

    April 26 – Find the night light, shoot a photo outside at night.

    April 24 – Take a photo of an old photo.

  19. Leslie Truesdale

    Final Projects Post

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    My final project this semester was, in the most basic terms, a food diary. Each time I decided to tackle a tough recipe (or even an easy one) I would document it in some way. Being a member of the ds106 community, I tried to branch out from simple pictures …

  20. Scott Plunkett

    Assignment Created – Explain a Funny Picture

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    Browsing the web today, I came across a pretty funny picture (shown below). In it, there is simple white text explaining why the original picture is unique/funny. I submitted this idea to the ds106 visual assignment bank, and hopefully there is some funny stuff produced for it. The assignment can …

  21. Emily Deane

    Mashup Assignment: Mashup Those Movies

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    Take elements from multiple movie posters and mash them up into one. You can change anything- the caption, the title, the main image, etc. Lastly, make it seem like it could be a real movie.

    This one is a pretty simple example, but I thought it made a cool movie. …

  22. Feng

    TDC Week 14

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    TDC112 video: Record a video of you drawing DS106 in bubble letters.  TDC111 audio: Record an audio epigraph which you would like to see carved on your headstone.  epigraph by feng_shui TDC110 image: Square is hip! Lose the rectangle. Share a photo with square (1:1) aspect ratio. Crop if needed. …

  23. Emily Deane

    Visual Assignment: 9 Lives

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    Find nine photos of yourself in different stages of your life. Turn them into a little collage, showing how many changes you’ve gone through over the years. Change is good, so have fun with it!

    For this assignment, I chose photos ranging from the year I was born up until …

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