First Week: Creation of Cadillaceazy Media

What a first week of creating this blog? It was busier than I expected because I had to create the website using WordPress, Twitter, Flickr, and SoundCloud. I created a Twitter account of Cadillaceazy Media, then posted an introduction of what I expect to post on this blog now and the in future. I want to be able to have this blog after the class ends, so that is why I said that the blog would have news on sports, gaming, tv, movies, music, and other sorts of media. I will be posting most assignments from Digital Storytelling in the Multimedia category.

After I created a Twitter account, I thought that I needed a website logo, so I figured the best logo to use was the one I created myself of an Eagle. I already used it for my Google/Youtube account, so I thought that having compatible logos throughout would be a good idea. So that is the logo I used when creating a Gravatar account. Then I created a Flickr account and posted a couple of random pictures I had to make it public. After that, I figured I should make a SoundCloud account to have just in case I wanted to find some new music to listen to.

Finally, after I had created all these different social media accounts I introduced myself to the community with an intro message on Twitter, and recorded an intro message on SoundCloud. I didn’t introduce myself to the community on Google/Youtube because I was already using my own account which had been up for awhile, and I didn’t know how to introduce myself to the community of Flickr. I’ve never used it before.

Next, I put my focus on trying to fix my website and embedding all these accounts. I did the best I can inserting all the media into the introduction post. The only thing that has been driving me up a wall is the fact that there are blank pictures that say “no image” and I am currently planning on seeing the DKC about how to fix this, and answer other questions about creating posts on WordPress.

Here are links to the different accounts I created:





One thought on “First Week: Creation of Cadillaceazy Media

  1. You might want to look into adjusting the font color. If there were more contrast between the type and the background, it would be easier to read.

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