Vengeance can belong to someone else, not me.
I got in to work early this morning, checked the morning newspaper and discovered that David Cromenbird had indeed been true to his word. He had contacted the print media and placed a full page missing persons announcement for his friend and colleague Dr Brian Oblivion in today’s morning newspaper. When I found the missing […]
Visual Assignment 25 brief Find an image of a well known figure, add to it a famous quote by someone related in some way to the figure in the image and then attribute the quote to a third, related figure. From the official site: How It Works Get a picture of someone people idolize. Obi […]
Visual Assignment 62 brief Take your Playlist Poetry Assignment and find Creative Commons Flickr photos to illustrate your story. Try using a slideshow tool to interweave the song titles and images. My Flickr-ised Playlist Poetry I used Storify to compile my Flickr-ised Playlist Poetry assignment. I had some problems embedding my compiled Storify in this […]
Visual Assignment 44 brief So here’s something fun for everyone to do, should be quick and easy, but try to make it pretty. First, go here: Wikipedia: Random article The title of the article is now the name of your band. Next, go here: Quotations page Go to the bottom of the page. The last […]
The Daily Shoot #ds586 – Make a photograph of two complementary objects, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. Make a photograph of two complementary objects arranged to show their relationship to each other. A level crossing and a train. I guess they could be regarded as complementary objects. They’re functional too!
In this video message, writer and director of Vimeodrone, David Cromenbird takes time out of his busy filming schedule to talk to DS106 Summer of Oblivion participants about his search for his missing friend Dr Brian Oblivion.
The Daily Shooot #ds585 – Work the angles, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. Work the angles today. Make a photo that gives us a unique perspective on an otherwise ordinary scene.
Originally created as three part just-in-time MMS for my friend, this instructional video demonstrates how you can quickly fix the chassis of your inline skate. [wpvideo qCr0Teh6] This technique is not a glamorous or permanent fix, but a practical and affordable temporary solution that will allow you to get back on your skates as soon […]
The Daily Shoot #ds584 – Make a photo of a pair of subjects , originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. Make a photo of a pair of subjects today. People or inanimate objects are both fair game! In Korean culture wedding ducks are a symbol for a long and happy marriage.
Tonight I participated in Graham Clark’s Evernote presentation for eT@lking. eT@lking is one of the many events that are organised by The Australia Series Learn Central group. The Australia Series are Elluminate events held at Australia-friendly times and are largely organised by and for Australian educators/professionals. Graham demonstrated how Evernote works and why it is […]
The Daily Shoot #ds583 – Make a photograph of water in one form or another today., originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. Reflection in a puddle.
The Outsiders on Storify is my live reading of The Outsiders by S.E.Hinton. I’m not sure why, but I’ve always loved this book and the 80s film adaptation. Maybe it was the Greaser look that was far removed from my own existence that attracted me. Not sure. Thinking about it, I think the reading could […]
The Daily Shoot #ds582 – illustrate heat, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter.
The Daily Shoot #ds581 – Find a list and make a photo, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. Lists guide an eye in a linear way: menus, recipes, etc. As you’re out and about today, find a list and make a photo.
That’s right. It is happening again. This time, the ds106 digital storytelling course is taking place in summer. A summer of oblivion! I’m looking forward to meeting and making art with you all over the next 5 weeks. Regards, Rowan Peter
The Daily Shoot #ds580 – Make a close-up photograph of something, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. Make a close-up photograph of something. Fill the frame with your subject if you can.
Llama’s VS Ninja’s pre-game warm-up recorded with Puck Cam. Featuring the skating of Rowan, Julian, John, Keely, Ben, Bruce, Annie and Rohan. Saturday Night Light (SNL) Inline Hockey League at Puckhandlers (Melbourne, Australia) 17 Oct 2009. I recorded this video with a Nokia N95 gaffa taped to an inline hockey puck. Further research into documenting […]
Starting work early on a wet winter morning to help meet a project deadline. Right select (Save Target/Link As…) to download the ds106 Field Recording 016 Starting work early (MP3, 1.2MB)
The Daily Shoot #ds573 – Make a photograph emphasizing a square or a grid today., originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. Make a photograph emphasizing a square or a grid today. Tennis racket on concrete.
The Daily Shoot #ds572 – Make a photograph with parallel lines today., originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. Parallel lines draw the eye. Make a photograph with parallel lines today. Bookshelf, air-conditioning vent and comic book lines.
I really wanted to go to this years Northern Voice conference. The schedule looked pretty impressive. I thought at the very least I would be able to play a game of pick-up hockey (with some random Canadian). The conference takes place in Canada, which is the undisputed home of ice hockey. Surely they’re playing hockey […]
Jason (@draggin) Toal’s ds106 skull and crossbones pixel-art reinterpreted with Scrabble tiles. ds106 skull scrabble, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter.
The Daily Shoot #ds566 – Make a low contrast photograph today , originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. Greenish
A couple of weeks ago, Jabiz Raisdana (@intrepidteacher) put out a call via Twitter for people to add their favourite WordPress plugins for teachers and students to a Google document he had created. I answered his call and submitted one of my favourite plugins. While I was there, I watched Jabiz work in real-time, furiously […]
The Daily Shoot #ds565 – Focus on an edge today and make a photograph, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter.
A lot of my experiments take place in my backyard. Here’s a test of a match move previsualisation of a before/after style effect for a component of sanitary plumbing e-learning resource we were developing at work. I shot the footage on my Nokia N95, exported 187 frames to Photoshop, painted out the ping-pong balls used […]
The Daily Shoot #ds564 – Illustrate symmetry in a photograph today, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. Some symmetry in the mirror.