There are as many stories of openness about ds106 (http://ds106.us), the open course on digital storytelling, as there are stars in the sky. But Jim Grom shares what may be the most unexpected outcome of a class- a web-based free form radio station that emerged from the community, and is now, as he says, "a platform for a community of open sharing"
Learn more atÂ http://ds106.us/ds106-radio/Â
See also the tech specs from Grant Potter's DIYRadioÂ http://web.unbc.ca/~gpotter/?page_id=860 (Grant is the genius who assembled all of the working parts).
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