I admit it. I have a problem. I can stop at any time, but why would I want to?

Yes, I am addicted to ds106 since my first exposure. All the things i could say about it- the energy, the group of people i have become deeply connected to, the power of the radio community, the truly open-ended nature of the place (unlike any other “course”)– the fact that it is more than a course– all of these are things that people who have a similar addiction know without saying.

The thing is, how do you express to the non-exposed? It is a lot to take in.

For some ds106 has changed their lives, others their employment situation, and others have even gotten a religious confessional experience.

There is more out there, more voices, more stories, and it could be yours too. Get bitten by the ds106 bug.

What are you waiting for? Go thee now to http:/ds106.us

(this is for request by Tom and Jim– where the bleep are y’all?).

Maklng of? This was a rush job, hence the script is not quite as clean and well delivered as Michaels. I was thinking about this while peeling apples. Anyhow, the video is just done in QuickTime player, aimed upward into the lights over my dining room table.

I went to my WordPress dashboard and pulled up all the posts tagged ds106 (clicking on the ds106 tag column- hitting 148 of them, yikes!) I tab clicked the “view link” to open in a new window)

And grabbed a screen shot for each. I gulped the video into iMovie, and then dragged the 60 screen shots in the time line, and edited the clip length to 1 second). Just mumbled in the voice over- publish!

The post "My ds106 Addiction" was originally rescued from the bottom of a stangant pond at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2011/11/my-ds106-addiction/) on November 21, 2011.

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