Commenting

I like the idea of having us comment more. It’s easy to say you like something, but it can get tricky when someone asks the “why?” I think commenting has definitely made me get more creative, whether it be interpreting someone else’s work or thinking about how I could branch off of it. These are a few places I’ve been in the web world of DS106 this week:

1.http://www.kbarbeelibrary.net/daily-create/169/#comment-244

2. http://www.stephaniebwhite.com/the-daily-create/the-daily-create-are-you-up-for-some-emojiination/#comment-251

3. http://umwteaching4tomorrow.com/daily-creates/blue-and-orange-blue-and-orange/#comment-156

4. http://mboleis.com/weekly-summaries/back-to-clam-digging-for-a-week/#comment-252

5. http://www.lesyamel.com/ds106/this-could-be-important/#comment-1707

6. http://umwlaurenfalkens.com/daily-create/emojinations/#comment-214

7. http://www.thejota.com/ds106/im-feeling-blue-and-orange/#comment-14736

8. http://rhilaluman.com/daily-creates/daily-creates-week-7/#comment-43

9. http://landonepp.com/daily-create/blue-jack/#comment-166

10. http://sgrubbs2.com/weekly-summaries/week-seven-summary/#comment-290

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