Seeing as how this is only the second week of the Spring semester 2019 at York College. I don’t really have any reactions to the class CT101: Digital Storytelling. We still have many weeks left in the semester so I am keeping an open mind to what Ryan is going to teach the class as well as what new things I will learn.
The thing that makes me happy is watching a television show or movie that I find interesting. One of my favorite television show is “Law & Order: SVU”. Law & Order: SVU is an American crime drama television series created by Dick Wolf for NBC. It is currently the longest running scripted non-animated U.S. primetime tv series. I have seen all 18 seasons and have never missed one episode. I love the drama and action as well as the characters. I find the television show very captivating and I can never look away from the television when it comes on. At the beginning of every “Law & Order: SVU” episode includes the same blurb: “The following story is fictional and does not depict any actual person or event.” But I know how false that claim is. Unfortunately, real life “heinous crimes” have given the long-running crime drama inspiration since 1999.
I love how “Law & Order: SVU mimics the actual crimes and sheds more light to said crimes that have happened over the past 20 years. It’s just upsetting how some episodes in the tv series are not solved or the suspect is not convicted.
Today in CT101, we created our own take on vintage travel posters from a DS106 assignment. We used photoshop to add our creativeness on the posters that we chose. I chose a travel poster of London, seeing as how I want to visit one day. I want to explore the tourist sites such as Big Ben which is in the poster and The London Eye, where you can see all of the country on the ride. The process of remixing the poster was not difficult. I edited and deleted the original words and the watermark on the top left corner as well as the copyright on the bottom. Then, I added the phrase, “It’s always a blast in CT101 at the bottom with an image of a rocket ship launching. I liked this assignment and I enjoyed making it into my own .
The url below is an article that I submitted to my school’s online newspaper site about a topic that I felt passionate about and an issue that has become a real problem in the United States. I feel that it’s important to be well-informed about problems such as this one. You can also comment on here and let me know what you think as well. I would be happy to hear your thoughts!
Welcome to my domain, where I plan to post many different things such as my projects in my CT101 Class at CUNY York College, Journalism articles that I’ve published as a novice journalist, or even updates of my day or how I’m feeling in that very moment. I hope to post often or at LEAST once/twice a day but we all know how hectic and crazy busy life can be sometimes especially considering the fact that I’m a college student who attends full-time and has a part-time job. But I will try my very best to post on here daily.