DS106– the open online course on digital storytelling that began at the University of Mary Washington and continues as a community of learners across the globe
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106 drop in
I’ve been here before but a couple of wiggles jumped out of the photos app today. Both were photos that the phone decided to take HDR photos and I’ve set it to keep a ‘normal’ one two. I’d obviously moved enough in the fraction of a second that separated the two images in each case. […]
#tdc2034 Today be on the lookout for your one tree! Prerequisites, you need ffmpeg installed. I did that with Homebrew . In Photos app. search from Tree, this works pretty well. Export all the photos to a folder. You need to rename all the photos to be sequential, 0001.jpg, 0002.jpg etc. So open the terminal […]
It is not just about Puppies
The #DS106 June 30 Day Daily Create Challenge
Photo Bending with Audio Shop
Alan knows what I like: My hunch is @johnjohnston will have fun with this command line audio thing https://t.co/0xRDXRzZOl — Alan Levine (@cogdog) April 18, 2017 Which leads me to robertfoss/audio_shop: Your friendly neighbourhood script for mangling images using audio editing tools This turns out to be a much quicker way of databending than the […]
End of a Good Spell
#Ds106 GoodSpell Final Season ep 8 Letting go Bullet 107! The End! For the last episode of the DS106 Good Spell Mariana and I were joined by Jim Groom and Ronald Leunissen. Since The DS106 Good Spell Episode 1, Marina & I have been talking DS106 0n Sunday Evenings, covering her mammoth post: DS106 in 106 posts and 106 […]