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  1. 1. Building an Online Magazine with Bloxio.us User Levels Organization Design Classroom Integration Media Multitasking Ease & Power
  2. 2. (about us) Go to the Terminal type Dustin perl -pi -e s/rn?/ Dude it’s not that hard Gary *!?#@&”!%*??
  3. 3. K I D I PA R S O N S & P S D Kanazawa
  4. 4. K I D I PA R S O N S & P S D Kanazawa New York City
  5. 5. Foundation Design
  6. 6. On to 2nd Year
  7. 7. Wordpress MU on Bloxi.jp
  8. 8. Standard Blog Gary gary gary.bloxi.jp
  9. 9. Standard Blog Gary Dustin gary dustin gary.bloxi.jp dustin.bloxi.jp
  10. 10. Standard Blog Gary Dustin Hanae gary dustin minoes gary.bloxi.jp dustin.bloxi.jp minoes.bloxi.jp
  11. 11. Standard Blog Gary Dustin Hanae Saki gary dustin minoes saki gary.bloxi.jp dustin.bloxi.jp minoes.bloxi.jp saki.bloxi.jp
  12. 12. Standard Blog Gary Dustin Hanae Saki Zidane gary dustin minoes saki zz gary.bloxi.jp dustin.bloxi.jp minoes.bloxi.jp saki.bloxi.jp zz.bloxi.jp
  13. 13. Multiuser Blog Gary Dustin Hanae Saki Zidane gary dustin minoes saki zz gary.bloxi.jp dustin.bloxi.jp minoes.bloxi.jp saki.bloxi.jp zz.bloxi.jp
  14. 14. Multiuser Blog Gary Dustin Hanae Saki Zidane gary dustin minoes saki zz gary.bloxi.jp dustin.bloxi.jp minoes.bloxi.jp saki.bloxi.jp zz.bloxi.jp newink.bloxi.jp
  15. 15. Multiuser Blog Gary Dustin Hanae Saki Zidane gary dustin minoes saki zz gary.bloxi.jp dustin.bloxi.jp minoes.bloxi.jp saki.bloxi.jp zz.bloxi.jp newink.bloxi.jp
  16. 16. Multiuser Blog Gary Dustin Hanae Saki Zidane gary dustin minoes saki zz gary.bloxi.jp dustin.bloxi.jp minoes.bloxi.jp saki.bloxi.jp zz.bloxi.jp newink.bloxi.jp
  17. 17. Multiuser Blog Gary Dustin Hanae Saki Zidane gary dustin minoes saki zz gary.bloxi.jp dustin.bloxi.jp minoes.bloxi.jp saki.bloxi.jp zz.bloxi.jp newink.bloxi.jp
  18. 18. Multiuser Blog Gary Dustin Hanae Saki Zidane gary dustin minoes saki zz gary.bloxi.jp dustin.bloxi.jp minoes.bloxi.jp saki.bloxi.jp zz.bloxi.jp newink.bloxi.jp
  19. 19. Multiuser Blog (is not really a blog) Gary Dustin Hanae Saki Zidane gary dustin minoes saki zz gary.bloxi.jp dustin.bloxi.jp minoes.bloxi.jp saki.bloxi.jp zz.bloxi.jp forum newink.bloxi.jp
  20. 20. Multiuser Blog (is not really a blog) Gary Dustin Hanae Saki Zidane gary dustin minoes saki zz gary.bloxi.jp dustin.bloxi.jp minoes.bloxi.jp saki.bloxi.jp zz.bloxi.jp forum theartofcaptaincy newink.bloxi.jp .bloxi.jp
  21. 21. bloxi.jp
  22. 22. bloxi.jp Wordpress
  23. 23. bloxi.jp Plugins
  24. 24. bloxi.jp Plugins phpbb 3
  25. 25. bloxi.jp Multilingual phpbb 3
  26. 26. Two Challenges Class Integration Technical
  27. 27. Two Challenges Class Integration
  28. 28. Integration 1 Writing Assignment to Online Magazine Teacher’s Model
  29. 29. Integration 1 Writing Assignment to Online Magazine At the time of the Louisville flood. 1937 Margaret Bourke-White Margaret Bourke-White was an American photographer and photo journalist. She was born in the Bronx, New York in 1906. She studied at Columbia University, and while there she was interested in photograph. After switching colleges several times, she started her career as an indus- trial photographer at the Otis Steel Company. In 1930, she became the first Western photographer allowed into the Soviet Union, and was the first female photo journalist for Life Magazine. There’s a girl looks like White on the left edge of the photo, but actually she is an African American. Because of this photo is black and white print, and She took a picture of the Fort the shade of people is quite similar, you might recognize African American people as white. Peck Dam as a construction photographer, and this photograph became an iconic image that it was featured as he 1930’s representative to the United States Postal Serv- ice’s Celebrate the Century series of commemorative postage stamps. As the photo journalist “My insatiable desire to be on the scene when Student’s Writing Dam, Fort Peck, Montana, history was being made was never more nearly fulfilled.” she wrote in November 23, 1936 According to a United States her book. Bourke-White’s way of grasp the subject, classical composi- Army Corps of Engineers Web page, this photo is actually a tion, and refined sensitivity to the human condition combined to create photo of the spillway located three miles east of the dam al- remarkable photographs. though she titled it ‘New Deal, Montana: Fort Peck Dam‘. I think this photograph tells us how African American were suffering at this time. They are mak- ing a line for something, such as for food, job, bus, and so on, in front of billboard that shows “the American life”. However A white family look very happy in their car, and are driving for somewhere with smile, they were just waiting regarding it as unimaginable thing. At the same time, I feel the strength of African American people. No one hang their head, but look straight ahead. Margaret tellingly encapsulate the history of America’s ironic moment. Mahatma Gandhi, April Dan Weiner 1946 Shoppers Glimpse a Movie Star at Grand Central Station, New York. 1953 Comparing Margaret’s photo with Dan’s, you can see the difference between white Hood’s chapel, Georgia, and African American why they are mak- 1936 ing a queue.
  30. 30. Integration 1 Writing Assignment to Online Magazine At the time of the Louisville flood. 1937 Margaret Bourke-White Margaret Bourke-White was an American photographer and photo journalist. She was born in the Bronx, New York in 1906. She studied at Columbia University, and while there she was interested in photograph. After switching colleges several times, she started her career as an indus- trial photographer at the Otis Steel Company. In 1930, she became the first Western photographer allowed into the Soviet Union, and was the first female photo journalist for Life Magazine. There’s a girl looks like White on the left edge of the photo, but actually she is an African American. Because of this photo is black and white print, and She took a picture of the Fort the shade of people is quite similar, you might recognize African American people as white. Peck Dam as a construction photographer, and this photograph became an iconic image that it was featured as he 1930’s representative to the United States Postal Serv- ice’s Celebrate the Century series of commemorative postage stamps. As the photo journalist “My insatiable desire to be on the scene when Student’s Writing Dam, Fort Peck, Montana, history was being made was never more nearly fulfilled.” she wrote in November 23, 1936 According to a United States her book. Bourke-White’s way of grasp the subject, classical composi- Army Corps of Engineers Web page, this photo is actually a tion, and refined sensitivity to the human condition combined to create photo of the spillway located three miles east of the dam al- remarkable photographs. though she titled it ‘New Deal, Montana: Fort Peck Dam‘. I think this photograph tells us how African American were suffering at this time. They are mak- ing a line for something, such as for food, job, bus, and so on, in front of billboard that shows “the American life”. However A white family look very happy in their car, and are driving for somewhere with smile, they were just waiting regarding it as unimaginable thing. At the same time, I feel the strength of African American people. No one hang their head, but look straight ahead. Margaret tellingly encapsulate the history of America’s ironic moment. Mahatma Gandhi, April Dan Weiner 1946 Shoppers Glimpse a Movie Star at Grand Central Station, New York. 1953 Comparing Margaret’s photo with Dan’s, you can see the difference between white Hood’s chapel, Georgia, and African American why they are mak- 1936 ing a queue.
  31. 31. Integration 2 Media Multitasking
  32. 32. Step 1: Observe & Report
  33. 33. General NYC Observations
  34. 34. General NYC Observations
  35. 35. S t e p 2 : Fo c u s & Po s t
  36. 36. S t e p 2 : Fo c u s & Po s t
  37. 37. S t e p 2 : Fo c u s & Po s t
  38. 38. S t e p 2 : Fo c u s & Po s t
  39. 39. S t e p 2 : Fo c u s & Po s t
  40. 40. S t e p 2 : Fo c u s & Po s t
  41. 41. S t e p 2 : Fo c u s & Po s t
  42. 42. Step 3: Formalize & Upload
  43. 43. Step 3: Formalize & Upload
  44. 44. Step 3: Formalize & Upload
  45. 45. Step 3: Formalize & Upload
  46. 46. Step 3: Formalize & Upload
  47. 47. Step 3: Formalize & Upload
  48. 48. Step 3: Formalize & Upload
  49. 49. Step 3: Formalize & Upload
  50. 50. Step 3: Formalize & Upload
  51. 51. Step 3: Formalize & Upload
  52. 52. Step 3: Formalize & Upload
  53. 53. Step 3: Formalize & Upload
  54. 54. Technical Challenge Go to http://newink.bloxi.jp
  55. 55. Hints & More Info http://call.bloxi.jp

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