I’ve been brainstorming some broad categories of things that might be worth discussing as part of ds106. This is mainly a re-categorization of stuff I’ve written about before but I wanted to try to think about how some of this might fit together down the road and make sure I had examples in a one spot1.
Now that I look at it, I should have put this in a spreadsheet and run it into exhibit. I didn’t think there’d be quite this much for only one category. I’m also seeing how examples will often fit into multiple categories. I should know better than to make lists in blog posts. It never does the data justice.
Anyway, here’s draft #1 dealing with examples of restrictors.
These are stories/projects that become more interesting because of the restrictions involved in creating them.
- 4 slide sales pitch
- Pecha Kucha
- Restrict your images to any odd category. I used 98% medieval bestiary images once to talk about blogs. I plan to do an upcoming presentation using nothing but tattoo photos.
- Battledecks – alternate rules
- Survival Manual
- Wolverine Poetry
- Zombie vocabulary
- Passive Aggressive Notes
- GI Joe Filecards
- Lord of the Rings – Web 2.0 style
- Pulp Fiction in Shakespearian prose
- Bad PowerPoints