These were the instructions for tdc983:
And this is what I created
So I started with a feeling, thought about it for “a bit,” created an embodiment of the feeling, and shared in the image(s) above. Do you understand it? What do you think I am showing here? If you would like to read my explanation of this image and the “feeling” it embodies, click below. I have attached a pdf file that will explain all.
ds106 tdc983 Cashmore
Instructions for Daily Create 972
So, here’s my book bloc.
This is my response to the following Daily Create:
Show us your keychain and tell us a story about the keys and/or things you have on it.
A TDC classic! We are repeating this from January 2011 (TDC 17) and August 2012 (TDC 233), but it was so good we are reviving it again as an introduction activity for second week of the Open Headless ds106 course.
Upload your video to YouTube with the tags dailycreate and tdc603 (YouTube seems to work best if you also include tdc603 in the video title)
Instructions for Daily Create 7-17-14
Draw Nature. Go outside, find a comfortable place to sit, and spend a few moments drawing something green and growing!
Take a break from all your electronic chatter and enjoy the outdoors. The closer you look, the more you will see!
Upload your drawing as a photo to flickr and tag it dailycreate and tdc921
I “drew” this picture using the free “Drawing Desk” app on my iphone. Okay, so maybe I didn’t completely remove myself from electronic chatter….but I found myself sitting in a comfortable place, watching my son swim, and realized I had no writing utensils with me. But there are a few green and growing things in my picture.
Instructions for Daily Create 7-15-14
Create a photo that represents the idea of immortality
“This is my mental montage. At the end of yours ask yourself, which of your options seems the most appealing, which ones seem like they’re within the realm of reason?” This blog post that gave me the idea. Can you create a photo that shows us your inner landscape?
Upload your photo to flickr and tag it dailycreate and tdc919
Okay, to me there are two very different daily creates here.
1. “Create a photo that represents the idea of immortality.”
2. “Can you create a photo that shows us your inner landscape?”
To me these are two totally different concepts which I would portray with totally different images. So I think that is what I will do! I will attach the same tags to each photo.
“Create a photo that represents the idea of immortality.”
This photo is one of my favorites. This photo of my daughter when she was between 2 and 3 is completely unedited. To me it captures the very essence of immortality: the energy, the joy, the total lack of inhibition.
“Can you create a photo that shows us your inner landscape?”
And here is my inner landscape, or at least what I envision the inner landscape of my brain activity looks like. In stark contrast to my exterior, my brain is full of constant movement, often uncontrolled, along various ever-connecting and ever-deepening channels. (This photo I took one summer evening at the bay of Longport, NJ…having fun playing with light.)
I made my first Daily Create as a page rather than a post. I am just copying that first attempt, no content changed other than this update note, in as a post so it will show up where my other daily creates show up. I have come so far, yet haven’t moved at all compared to how far I have to go!
For my first attempt at a Daily Create I just chose one from old Daily Create assignments. Here is what I chose. And my original text and images related to this are below. None of the images are linked to anything anywhere. Hopefully I’ll figure that out for my next Daily Create.
Yes, things on this blog are going to be all over the place and often with no connecting theme. This is the very beginning of a long learning process. But my hope is that it will grow exponentially, and before you know it, perhaps I’ll have a clue of what I am assembling here.
So this PAGE’s content is my first attempt at a Daily Create. I saw a daily create that said something along the lines of “take a photo that describes you.” Well, I don’t have time to take a NEW photo (which is highly unusual, I spend a good part of many days taking photos…not my profession, just my love). BUT I am getting dangerously close to having a second day pass without doing a Daily Create. So I am going to post a few photos I created in the past few years as FB profiles, just for fun. They will at least start to give an inkling of who I am, as far as is relevant for my blog.
NOTE: The image of the head with numbers and symbols exploding from it is not mine. I took it from google images long ago. I felt I wanted to include something to hint at my love of math!
Instructions for Daily Create 7-12-14
Explain a Principle of Physics in a Pair of Limericks
Two limericks to explain… Newton’s Second Law? Thermodynamics? Momentum? Conservation of Energy? Do you really need to look up the formula for a limerick?
I chose Newton’s 1st law of Motion, otherwise known as “The Law of Inertia.”
Law of Inertia Part I (Limerick by Robyn Cashmore)
An object at rest will remain at rest.
A notion I wanted to put to the test.
I sat down one day,
And there I still stay,
To inertia I quite acquiesced.
Law of Inertia Part 2 (Limerick by Robyn Cashmore)
An object in motion continues in motion.
I’ve always found this a sensible notion.
I would test this too,
To see if it’s true,
But to inertia part 1 I have total devotion
Found this wonderful image on-line, it says it all. 🙂
original image source: http://redballooninc.com/inertia-getting-going-and-changing-direction/
NOTE: I know NOTHING about this website or its content. Its inclusion in my blog is solely for the intention of giving full image credit. It does not indicate my knowledge of or agreement with any information/ideas/authenticity of anything found at that site. (Well, except for my addiction to inertia…that much I agree with… 😉 )
Instructions for Daily Create 7-11-14
Today is Cheer Up the Lonely Day – Can you do that in one photo?
It’s a real holiday for July 11 because we found it on the internet. Now do it.
Upload your photo to flickr and tag it dailycreate and tdc915
Instructions for Daily Create 7-10-14
Take a photo of something modern and make it look like it is from a very old photo. Get creative, don’t just slap it into black and white or through in a cheesy sepia filter. How can you compose the image to make it look older than it is?
Upload your photo to flickr and tag it dailycreate and tdc914
And one of these days I will add the story behind the creation of my Daily Creates!
Instructions for this Daily Create: Your life in a sentence, take a photo post to flickr.
“Starting from a seed that contained the potential of all I could be, my roots have grown deep and twisted, the unchangeable foundation of the person I am, and like a tree, I continue to change through the seasons, pieces of my heart left with all I outgrow, but at the same time nourishing what is yet to be.” Robyn