The ds106 99: #7 This is your brain on ds106

Inspired by Andrew Allingham’s rather bizzarre “Eggsistential Drug PSA”….

I was inspired to play off his idea for my own mashup/remix/fanfiction/ds106commerical. So, thank you Andrew, and I hope you all enjoy “This is your brain on ds106” —please don’t try this at home…

One more thing, anyone know where I can get a high quality version of this PSA?—the YouTube ones suck. Alas, I’ll keep searching.

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9 Responses to The ds106 99: #7 This is your brain on ds106

  1. Tom says:

    Can you explain why my brain feels all bubbly?

  2. Emily says:

    Also, I’d say ds106 left me more scrambled. Tempy says she’d be more poached.

  3. I think the heat was too high. The butter scorched, and now my brain is overcooked on the outside, and raw on the inside.

  4. Tom says:

    Do you taste that gross burnt oil taste all the time? It’s driven me to drink. I blame ds106 for my alcoholism.

  5. yes. the alcoholism is the worst part. I was surprisingly comfortable with the zombie-installed autocannibalism brain eating…

  6. aallingh says:

    I’m glad that my art has personally inspired you to make art.

    but The guy with glasses (link above) forgot my favorite anti drug PSA, the one with the ooo meth song. And now I’m off to make some bacon with my morning drugs.

  7. aallingh says:

    Oh come now, the alcoholism is one of the many benefits in the ds106 benefits column.

  8. Todd Conaway says:

    I missed those and the posts when they where made. Glad to see them here. I could not agree more. I am getting some flak from folks I work with. They are asking me things like, “Are you still doing your job?” or “So, you don’t like Blackboard anymore?” or “What does making a mashup have to do with instructional design?”

    I’m like, “What? You talkin’ to me? I’m busy. This is ds106.”

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