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Category: ds106

Work I’ve done for my digital storytelling class, also called ds106


Our assignment this week was to create an animated gif image that showcased part of a favorite (or least favorite) movie. If this works, I’m…

AND THERE WAS MUCH REJOICING (plus a weekly summary)








I have never had to fiddle with a WordPress blog as much as I have with this one, and it’s not even done yet. My goal is to have everything bright and shiny and just the way I like it by Monday afternoon. We’ll see how that goes.

The purpose of this post is supposed to be introductory, so HI THERE! Check out my about page for more on the blog specifically, if you’re so inclined (or if you’re a professor and want to see the links to the rest of my accounts for this class). As far as introducing myself, I’m Haley, a senior (HOLYCRAPIMADEIT) at the University of Mary Washington, my Twitter handle is haley_exe and my my favorite brainfood is webcomics. I have a print on my wall by Kevin Bolk that’s all about butts and I am nurturing a growing addiction to hyperlinks. I’m also considering going to grad school for all this spiffy new media stuff, so I’d love suggestions for programs to look into. I’m also considering going in for poetry. Or maybe extreme underwater basketweaving. Or all three.

Preliminaries well and truly done with, BEHOLD! My very first Daily Create.

This week I felt:


When they tell you that ds106 is no cakewalk, THEY ARE NOT KIDDING. Listen to Them, for They are wise in the ways of the Interwebs and have suffered through much to come by Their wisdom. Fortunately They are also very accurate in saying that if you push through and work your butt off, you’ll catch on and do fine. Although I began the week pretty freaked out over all the info I was supposed to keep track of, I think I’ve got my feet more or less under me now.