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For today's TDC... #tdc3419 #ds106 #ds106 Digital Loss https://dlvr.it/S0DstW

@ds106dc #tdc3419 #ds106 so many, services that have vanished or pivoted, domains gone 404 or on sale. Bless the internet archive.
But my biggest regret was pilot error, forgetting I’d off loaded my photo library to an external disk I flattened the disk for an emergency backup.
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For today's TDC... #tdc3296 #ds106 Write a ds106-nine-years birthday poem in Lu Yu Quatrain style https://dlvr.it/RqyQcY

Fireworks is old but I love it still.
My gifs are glitchy but they have had a few likes.
#ds106 Tweets and posts bulging with inspiration flow into view.
#tdc3296, nine years you say, a butterfly dream.

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For today's TDC... #tdc3274 #ds106 Adobe Flash Obit https://dlvr.it/RpXHLs pic.twitter.com/0CXiKkS93X

#tdc3274 #ds106 RIP Flash. I recall Flash with fondness. Anything “influenced by HyperTalk” can’t be all bad. Got edu licenses for MX 2004 & taught kids some animation fun. Enjoyed the scripting. Played with & made stuff, once got paid! Action Script 3 was 2 hard for me.

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#tdc3244 #ds106 Blue https://daily.ds106.us/tdc3244/

The sky is grey here today so I took a trip through my flickr. Modified a script to pull down my photos flickr thinks is blue.

There is nothing I could see in the flickr api to filter colours as there is in the search but I noticed the url for the search contains text=&color_codes=7 so I added that in. Sees to have worked.

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#tdc3243 #ds106 Surroundings https://daily.ds106.us/tdc3243/

Victoria Park Pond, Bright November Day
#tdc3243 #ds106 The first bright day for a while

See: waterfowl, runners, dog walkers, autumn leaves & a blue sky
Feel: Winter sun, frustrated, crowded, thankful
Hear: chatter, traffic, playground kids
Smell: Cold water, winter coming
Taste: tail of my after lunch coffee

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#tdc3231 #ds106 What personality is your font? https://daily.ds106.us/tdc3231/

 

Dear DS106 Daily Create, I type mostly in TextMate, the font is Menio Regular 16. I had to check that. I Do not think I've ever spent much time thinking about fonts. I spend more time thinking about gifs. #tdc3231 #ds106Dear DS106 Daily Create,
I type mostly in TextMate, the font is Menio Regular 16. I had to check that. I Do not think I’ve ever spent much time thinking about fonts.
I spend more time thinking about gifs.
#tdc3231 #ds106

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#tdc3188 #ds106 Make a Phenakistoscope http://youtube.com/watch?v=2rzwdRqsuVM

#tdc3188 #ds106 I now have heard how to pronounce Phenakistoscope (I still can’t say it). This reminds me of a rabbithole @cogdog sent me down and lead to

CSS phenakistiscope

&

More phenakistoscope.

I might have to play again now…

Liked Harper, 1966 HTML Poster | MICHAEL BRANSON SMITH by Michael Branson Smith (michaelbransonsmith.net)
In the meantime, I’m reaching back to my recent past with the animated posters, but with a new approach. I’m going to try and build a classic movie poster a week using HTML/CSS. The first is Harper, a poster for the 1966 Paul Newman film. I came across it through my Flickr feed of all things.

I always love Michael Branson Smith‘s work/play which I came across via ds106 his animated movie posters are special.