ds106: ds106 radio – Field recordings

The goal of my ongoing ds106 field recording is to document and share the sound story of the city of Melbourne with ds106 radio listeners. I try to record the environment as succinctly and accurately as possible. I have recorded and shared the sound of my surroundings prior to ds106 radio, but I never provided …

ds106: Radio ds106 – Station IDs

DS106 now has a streaming radio station!  The radio station streams content uploaded by ds106 participants. Pretty cool. Inspired, I decided to make a few station IDs. Something short and sharp that would hopefully shed a little light on exactly what the listener was hearing. Something to fill ‘the space between the gaps’ of each song. …

LAK11: Week 1 – Playing around with Hunch

One of the activities for the first week of the Learning and Knowledge Analytics (LAK11) course was to create a Hunch account and play around with it. If you’re not familiar with Hunch, a simple way to explain it would be a ‘survey that makes suggestions based on your answers’. I answered around 50 questions …

ds106: Week 2 – No more digital facelifts. We need a new digital face.

Gardner Campbell’s article A Personal Cyberinfrastructure calls for a complete reshaping of course curriculum. Course curriculum needs more than just an application of technology stapled on like a digital facelift. It needs a new digital face. That face is a personal cyberinfrastructure. Personal cyberinfrastructure provides learners with an online presence. A place where they can …

Warming up for ds106

I’m warming up for the digital storytelling (ds106) online course by conducting some animated gif tests. Image sequence sampled from the animated film Akira. The ds106 online course commences Jan 10. I can’t wait! Here we can see Tetsuo having a bit of a hard time after coming into contact with Takashi (タカシ, codename #26).