Monthly Archives: January 2022

What about Bob?

I enjoyed reading people’s reactions to The Joy of Painting. I thought I’d share my thoughts on people’s thoughts here. “I fell asleep within five minutes.” I remember reading a newspaper article about Bob’s popularity back in the day when … Continue reading

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Going off script

For today’s Daily Create, I pretty much immediately decided I wanted to make a word cloud of the Joy of Painting. So I went to a random episode and opened up the transcript on Youtube and copied it. The TDC … Continue reading

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“I’d Love to Change the World”

We’ve had 10 years of Daily Creates. We’ve had 10.6 years of ds106radio #ds106 #ds106radio I just put together a makeshift Google Doc with brief overview of the 106th Anniversary Radio Marathong and a wide open schedule for folks to … Continue reading

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“Be on my side, I’ll be on your side”

The other day I watched River’s Edge, a 1987 film based on a 1981 crime. I’d say it falls in the Law and Order category of true crime, as a fictionalization of real events. The gist of the story is … Continue reading

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All the details matter, part 867

Lettering is communication as a base level– knowing what is being said, who is saying it, and being able to read it in the correct order. Do that and the comic is "readable". Pushing beyond (I think) is reaching for … Continue reading

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