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On the Cover of a DS106 Book

You should be able to get your pre-order in for Anya Kamenetz’s newest book! This is my submission for today’s ds106 daily create (TDC612) We predict the next book by @anya1anya is about #ds106. Design her some cover art. September 11, 2013 Anya Kamenetz is one of the organizers of the Reclaim Open Learning Contest, […]

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Have You Been Daily Creative in Week 2?

Already a day late, and much more than a dollar short. I am resisting the apology tone for ds106 week (NO APOLOGIES IN DS106!, NO APOLOGIES IN DS106!). My attention went elsewhere, but if I did anything this week (I think) were some daily creates. Actually I do not remember, I end up paging through […]

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Mickey Has Lost His Head!

Oh that dog! This is my contribution for today’s ds106 Daily Create assignment Create your headless ds106 portrait. Mickey is my long gone (11 years) Labrador Retriever that became my logo everywhere, on the blog, on Twitter, even on my arm: That is headFULL not headLESS. So I went back to the original photo the […]

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First Week Headless of Daily Creates

The point of ds106 Daily Creates is something that should not take much work, so really it is more than enough to just do them and get them posted somewhere. It is helpful, and suggested for people in Headless ds106 who have some experience, to try sharing some of the behind the scenes notes of […]

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Tweaking Theme

Since the last post, I have started the theme tinkering with this blog that is part of the first week of headless ds106 I just fished around the themes on wordpress.org you get to right inside the dashboard (Appearance — Themes — Install). I checked the option to show themes related to photoblogging, and took […]

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Here’s a New Trick

I started this blog in 2012 for the first ds106 class I taught at the University of Mary Washington– mainly to be using the same web hosting (then on Cast Iron Coding) my students were using. It has hoisted some class materials for that semester, but mostly since then has idled as a place to […]