By no means could I tell which is my favorite TDC. There were so many, still many I could do because I didn’t do them yet, of many that I would like to re-do.
As mentioned earlier here, I and several other DS106-ers had one big DS106-project this summer:
The Burgeron Trailer Family Meeting.
There were so many wonderful contributions by all contributors … which again triggered others and me to respond with yet another digital contribution.
The family website: http://thebergerons.wordpress.com
I played 2 characters: old Ron Burgeron and his illiged son who’d been given up for adoption: Reginald Righley-Smithe also known as Reggy Burgeron.
Reggy had his own LinkedIn-account: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/reginald-righley-smithe/97/735/639
Even had his own list of academic publications: http://issuu.com/search?q=righley-smithe
The developing story inspired me into making a couple of stories to listen to:
or to read for yourself: http://issuu.com/ron_leunissen/docs/the_scottish_roots_of_roxy_loudrige
You could even test yourself on your knowledge on the Burgeron family: http://iwooweb.umcn.nl/fmw/toetsing/poc/index.html
Of course there was a lot of singing and dancing all around the trailer. The so-called Trailer-song went all around the world with contributing singers: https://soundcloud.com/ronald_l/ds106-trailer-blues-rcmr-25-may-2014
And last but not least there was Ron Burgeron singing about his muse Betty-Lou of Bovine, who never returned his love: https://soundcloud.com/ronald_l/betty-lou-of-bovine-tx
I MISS MY BURGERON FAMILY … !