Hamlet / Puddle of Mudd Pop-Up Video For my final remix project, I used a music video to a song I use when I teach Hamlet by William Shakespeare. In the past I have brought in the songs “Lithium” by … Continue reading
For this remix project, I was inspired by both the Halloween season and the emergence of advertisements promoting the next, and thankfully last, installment of the Twilight films. Being a huge fan of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, I have watched the … Continue reading
http://soundcloud.com/dmart67/ocean-ringtone Combining my love for the ocean and guitar music, I created a soothing ringtone featuring peaceful ocean wave sound and some laid back minor key guitar riffing of my own composition and performance. I used Audacity to record the … Continue reading
So many images, so little time! Prufrock is a regular image-palooza, so deciding on one to depict was the tough part. Once I locked on to the lines describing the yellow fog and the yellow smoke, I decided to blend … Continue reading
After consulting the 1999 Encyclopedia Americana (book), http://www.Britannica.com, and Wikipedia.org for information on the elusive chokecherry, I have made many interesting discoveries. For starters, the Encyclopedia Americana offered a roughly 150-word entry that describes in dry academic language the chokecherry. … Continue reading
For my pixlr-photo assignment, I worked from a photograph of my daughter sitting in a “dreamy” attitude in the lunchroom at Lassiter. This photo struck me for a couple of reasons. One, as a teacher with a daughter the same … Continue reading
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