The Purpose of Animted GIFs discovered

Stellameme has figured out the real purpose of animated GIFs, use them to interpret a reading or video you watched for #ds106. These are brilliant response to Gardner Campbell‘s “No More Digital Facelifts” presentation. Brava, this is genius—and builds geniusly on Giulia Forsythe’s remarkable ability to visualize the essence of a presentation on her iPad.

And here is Giulia Forsythe’s visualization of that presentation as well:

Those are some mad skillz.

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3 Responses to The Purpose of Animted GIFs discovered

  1. Alan Liddell says:

    Daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaang that last visualization is amazing.

  2. Araba Bky says:

    This is amazing. I am so eager to learn how to do stuff like this and much much more

  3. maameboaduwa says:

    I agree Allan, to be able to tell a story using visual and little or no text is quite a job well done. ds#106 is getting more and more interesting by the day.I look forward to each day of it sometimes with great anticipation, other times and eager and at times I am just scared of the next assignment and if I am intellectually capable of completing it.

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