Over the last year, I have been frequently making daily creates but I never post about them here. So this post is a digest of Story Telling Fun.
To begin, the visual ones (not all of them, but not a best of either):
Somehow I’ve only made one audio daily create in the past year. I should make that a priority.
TDC699: Record or remix a sound track that could accompany someone else’s story for yesterday’s TDC
And there were some writing ones too…
TDC930: Twenty Six Word Poem
Take that, Anna Blume!
Heart of my heart
You said, and I quote,
“Xeres, King of Persia, and Zoroaster
evoke my ruminations.’
Jolt to my heart
Now what can I do
My love, my heart
I gather you
TDC884: Write the Law That Will Settle the GIF Pronunciation Debate Once and For All
On the pronunciation of acronyms
We the undersigned participants in DS106 do declare that:
1. Any acronym shall be pronounced in accordance with the pronunciation of the words it stands for.
2. Specifically in the case of “GIF”, that term is an acronym of Graphics Interchange Format. It thus follows that:
a. The “G” should be a hard “G” just as in the word Graphics;
b. Anyone who pronounces “GIF” as “jiff” shall be exiled to the land of ridicule and smooth peanut butter;
c. Crunchy peanut butter is the best kind of peanut butter.
3. We acknowledge that declaration 2c seems irrelevant, but peanut butter is very serious business.
[I seem to be the only DS106 person who believes this. Sigh.]
TDC887: Write a Creepy Two Sentence Story
I dreamed a dog was licking my face, its tongue rough against my cheek, the slobber dripping down to my ear, its weight on my chest making it hard to breath. I tried to shift the dog off of me as I slowly woke up, but then I realized it wasn’t a dog; it was my roommate.
There’s also one somewhere of me reading A Anna Blume. I shall have to track it down. And maybe dedicate a real post to it…