Monthly Archives: December 2010

He’s Too Much!

Merry Merry, Y’all!

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Nobody Cuts Onions Like the Bava.

NOBODY!

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Dance Until We Die, or Questioning One’s Own Resolve

@Timmmmyboy offered a pretty great assignment – take a photo from The Big Picture and overlay lyrics from a top 100 song. The idea came quickly, but I struggled with this one – should I post it, should I not?  … Continue reading

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Geostorytelling, or The “Where” of DS106

As mentioned to here, I’m intrigued by the digital/analog interface as it relates to ds106, and I’ve been thinking about the concept of encoding geo-awareness into digital storytelling.  Let’s call it geostorytelling.  Here are a couple of examples I find … Continue reading

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MST3K + Prelinger Archive = Sandwiches!

Over at Ceaseless Idleness, Hans Aagard says: So my challenge/idea for ds106 – take a prelinger archive video, an old one, and chop it up. Pick to either reinforce the old 1950′s era message because it still holds up, or … Continue reading

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Hiding in Plain Sight…

“Five Card Stories” is a killer construct.  Thanks @CogDog for setting that up.  I love the various unique ways people approach the task.  Here’s my first foray…  Hiding in Plain Sight…  I initially wrote a lot of words, and then … Continue reading

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A Rallying Cry!

Young, angry-looking Mike Watt shouts:  Let’s go, y’all – keep it up!  Let’s make Jim Groom remember FOREVER the day he roused the MOOC titan!

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A Set of Steak Knives…

Al Pacino may have been nominated for the supporting actor Oscar, but the most memorable scene for me was this one, featuring a very young-looking Alec Baldwin. “Coffee’s for closers only.”

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Meatspace Distribution of DS106 Ephemera?

“i left this here for you to read” is the now defunct* brainchild of Tim Devin, a Boston-based conceptual artist and writer.  The project involved the creation of a limited number of magazines, consisting of contributed works – writing, photos, … Continue reading

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What I Learned About Animating GIFs

I’m not an expert by any means, but I learned a few things, and I thought I’d share my process, realizing that there are probably 100 ways to do this, many (most?) better than mine.  I’ve worked a fair amount … Continue reading

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