See the movie synopsis in the article in FakiPedia
When Worlds Collide is a 2014 OER14 presentation based on the Fall 2014 headless ds106, co-presented by Rochelle Lockridge, Mariana Funes, and Alan Levine. The presentation was created in Keynote, and the animated GIFs tricked out by Rochelle and perhaps the paper may be published in some nefarious journal.
DS106 Founder Jim Groom considered trying to teach ds106 again in a version based on1980s music, but the hew and cry from the classic rock fans of ds106 Radio made it impossible.
3M Research Strategist Rochelle Lockridge is allowed to bring inside the firewall top-secret web pages from ds106 and run a “Salon” style version for the 3M Tech Forum. Lockridge, with the assistance of her online colleague Mariana Funes confirms their wildest dreams”” Lockridge has discovered an open course named ds106 that is on a collision course with 3M.
You can catch the quirky style of this short lived genre (corporate-open education mashup) in the presentation trailer
The post "When Worlds Collide (2014)" was originally pushed out of the bottom of a purple jar of Play-Doh at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2014/04/when-worlds-collide-2014/) on April 18, 2014.