The Daily Create 11: Record a video of you reciting a tongue twister in one take (honor system of course)
The Daily Create 12: Create a 30 seconds “Breaking News” update about something that happened to you today (Sorry about the sound quality, still trying to get the settings in Livestream right).
The Daily Create 8: Take photo that visually represents a sound
The Daily Create 9: Take an extreme close-up of an easily recognizable, common object.
The Daily Create 10: Merge two photos of contrasting places together
The Daily Create 13: Compose a photograph that includes a “finished product” and at least one of its “raw materials”
Follow link to the source (Mark Brumley)
First week’s assignment is to explain and discuss what is happening technically when setting up my domain, webhost and blog. I know that when I register a ‘unique’ text-based domain name it will, with help from some TCP/IP protocols, be changed into a number-based IP address to identify the website location on a nameserver supplied by a webhost. If you host your own server you need a static IP address and some database knowledge, but luckily you can create a free blog on a web server that includes open source blogging software, i.e. WordPress or Blogger. You can also pay a domain name registrar to get your own domain, which allow domain pointing to your web hosting space.
I’m acting as webmaster for several company web pages, but within education and teaching I have always encouraged free services and software. My blog on wordpress.com has some restriction on ‘Third-Party Applications’, but automatically handles spam and updates. This mean I can focus on the content!
During ds106 I’ve created a sub domain called ds106.educatorprophet.com, which gives me freedom to develop more advanced assignments.