The Beast

The cool, salty air blew against his face as he stepped out the front door onto the porch. “Here we go, day one,” he thought to himself as he paused for a moment before continuing off the porch, down the steps and into the back seat of  his mom’s four door sedan. “Great, first day […]

Reflecting on Superheroes

Reading the article “How Ancient Legends Gave Birth to Modern Superheroes,” gave me a deeper insight as to what determines a superhero in the genre. I liked that they use a scale method versus a simple “yes/no” approach. I think heroes can be all types of “people” with different intentions and backgrounds, but that shouldn’t […]

Summary: Week Two

This week I have made an effort to complete three Daily Creates. They didn’t require much work, but more thoughtful insight. The first Daily Create I completed was on Monday, September 4th. I gave my idea on what the fourth law of robotics should be. #tdc2065 My response for Today’s #ds106 Daily Create is Robots […]

One Step at a Time

My last assignment to be submitted this week is a “Day In the Life of my Feet.” Yes, my feet. I recorded just my feet as I moved about from one activity to another, the hardest part being to remember to record! I tend to have my hands full of stuff as I’m running out […]

Summary: Week One

Week one in DS106 swiftly gave me a reality check when I realized just how much work this class requires. My week began with registering my own domain name through Domain of One’s Own. I didn’t get too creative with my domain name selection, just simply my name with middle initial. It was much easier […]

Super106 Thoughts

According to the Wikipedia link, Merriam Webster defines a superhero as  “a fictional hero having extraordinary or superhuman powers; also: an exceptionally skillful or successful person”. I particularly liked this definition more than the other definition that only includes the cartoon version of superheroes that we all think of. “An exceptionally skillful or successful person […]