In this Wire 106 video discussion, Paul Bond and I to look at season 4, episode 1 of the The Wire: “Boys of Summer.” This episode introduces the season about education, or as is noted on the DVD set: “No Corner Left Behind.” We … Continue reading →
In this Wire 106 video discussion, Paul Bond and I were joined by Brittany Scites to look at season 3, episode 12 of the The Wire: “Mission Accomplished.” This episode pushes home the season-long allegory that parallels the politics behind the War on Drugs with … Continue reading →
Heads up: The S03E10 discussion has been posted, but Google has muted the audio making it useless.
In this Wire 106 video discussion, Paul Bond and I were joined by Amy Wallace to look at season 3, episode 11 of the The Wire: “Middle … Continue reading →
Grant Potter’s ds106 bumper inspired by The Wire is not only awesome, it also captures a brilliant moment when you get a sense how confined Bodie Broadus’s world is. He thinks the radio is going out, but the fact is … Continue reading →
The above GIF is from an episode of The Wire from Season 2. The docks are ubiquitous in season 2, and this particular image is a visualization of a cloned machine that captures the vanishing container—presumably filled with illegal cargo. … Continue reading →
We will be treating weeks 11 and 12 as a single unit, so there will be only one weekly summary due for the work over the next two weeks by Sunday 11/16 at 11:59 PM.
Season 3, episodes 11 & 12, Season 4, episode 1 (week 11)
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John Johnston’s command line art has been blowing my mind this semester, and I really need to stop procrastinating and make time to dig into this stuff. Hence, why I inspired his The Wire Scrolls. What you will see if you …
The artist behind this piece, Kaileyck, is in Jennifer Polock’s section of ds106 this semester. I’ve been following her work through Twitter thanks to the #ds106 hashtag, and I’ve become a fan of her art. Here minimalist poster of The X-Files … Continue reading →