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Have a happy holiday ds106 inernauts!
Now looking for some hanukkah and Kwanzaa mashups
Discovered via this post on BoingBoing.
Man, I think I came across one of the coolest things I have ever seen today. I was in a nondescript Z Pizza joint in Franconia, and the pizza wasn’t too terrible as extra-NYC pizza goes. That said, I will forever remember this place not for the pizza, but rather for one of the coolest […] Continue reading
Thanks to one of the elite ds106 alum, Modern Selkie, I was turned on to this gem.
What’s odd is that this video really does capture my attitude towards Star Wars and teaching it to my children. In fact, my wife and I are unschooling our kids (which basically means not schooling them in any controlled, […] Continue reading
I’ve been knee-deep in film commentaries, homemade Halloween movies, and mashups for the last three weeks in ds106, and it has been awesome. I’m on the verge of finally finishing my mashup, but in the meantime, here is a short video made by Wesley Frank, Kyle Nero and K “Money” Hernandez titled “Kyle Nero’s Halloween.” […] Continue reading
Diver has a close-encounter with a Porbeagle shark off the coast of Maine—as well as the video to prove it.
Thank you Barbara Sawhill for helping my phobia extend further up the East Coast of the US into those cold and frightening New England wa… Continue reading
Not sure if this is a digital story per se, but I am sure it rocks!
Image credit: Laser Bread’s “Boba Invoice” via Mikhail Gershovich on Twitter
My digital storytelling class is about to embark on the wonderful world of video story telling, and I found a beautiful example from my favorite new HBO series, Eastbound & Down. I don’t know why I like this show so much, but the character matchup of Kenny Powers and Stevie Janowski just crack me up […] Continue reading
Late last week DS106 Internaut Ashley Peterson tweeted me a link to this image:
Link to see full-size image and full article here.
This striking image from Mogadishu, Somalia—which is described as the “world’s most dangerous city” in the article—is kind of a culmination of all our talk and crazy links about sharks so far this semester. […] Continue reading