The ds106 99: #56 Animated GIF Musuem

There were a ton of animated GIFs created over the course of ds106, and I am going through the process of trying to collect as many as I can for a ds106 animated GIF museum of sorts (I got the idea from Brian Lamb in a Skype conversationw e had witha drunken Scottlo 🙂 ). I was hoping creating a form that anyone can add URLs directly to their GIFs might make the process both easier, and more thorough. If you did an animated GIF over the course of ds106, can you add your name (optional), a URL directly to the GIF (required), the name of the GIF (if you named it), and the associated blog post (if applicable). Pretty simple, and I would appreciate any help you can provide.

If you are interested, you can see all entries here (probably only one example I did thus far).

Tom Woodward offered to create a Simile Exhibit, which I will take him up on cause that would make sorting through them easy. But I am also looking for another way to visually feature the animated GIFs because while Simile is useful, it is also pug ugly. So any ideas in this regard would also be very much appreciated.

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4 Responses to The ds106 99: #56 Animated GIF Musuem

  1. Tom says:

    Exhibit is what you make of it. After fac acad this shall be something pretty.

  2. Reverend says:

    Impress me, cause I have my doubts, not of you, but of the limitations of geeky, semantic software.

  3. Tom says:

    Will you share the spreadsheet with me at the bionicteaching gmail address? I don’t have the patience to use that form 40 times.

  4. Reverend says:

    Tom,
    The deed is done!

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