The free form wildness that is ds106 radio includes several live broadcasts with Moms…

This was originally published on Storify at https://storify.com/cogdog/moms-on-ds106-radio but because they are trashing their web site in May 2018, I have liberated my content here using the Storify Link Extractor tool.

ds106 is an open course on digital storytelling originating at the University of Mary Washington, but open to anyone else crazy enough to play. An organic development has been the integration of a web based open radio station (streaming audio) where people can both contribute audio for the AutoDJ rotation oir break in with live broadcasts.

http://ds106.us/ds106-radio/

While visiting my Mom in Florida, I cajoled her into telling me stories in front of the computer– I was not exactly clear that I would be broadcasting it live…

She's Natural! a Beauty!

http://cogdogblog.com/2011/02/23/mom-ds106-radio/

After posting this on my blog, the Noiseprofessor took clips of my Mom’s voice and mixed it with D’Arcy Norman’s wailing guitar…

http://www.noiseprofessor.org/?p=454

Our ds106 radio correspondent from Japan, Scott Lo, had shared early reports of the big March 2011 earthquake, and later live streamed a skype call to his Mom in Oregon, their first conversation after the event.

http://cogdogblog.com/2011/03/11/scott-lo-quake/

Mikhail was visiting his parents in california, and also put them on the live ds106 radio, asking them to share their stories of immigrating to the US.

So maybe we need a day of Mom’s on ds106 radio?