No clouds here just nice sound weather to report

Create your own account on SoundCloud.com, write a blog post that embeds your audio directly into the post.

I was glad to see this week we could use soundcloud.com for our assignments. I have known about this site for years and used it to hear my favorite dj remixes or other random songs. However, I was always a consumer and never a creator on this site so looked forward to flipping my role. I do have to say that I never did provide someone a comment but have seen others do it. So I will be interested to see how that works out.
Okay I went ahead and created a username that would go with my other items of Claytondc because I like to have my name and city front and center. DC represent! The setup was straight forward and I was ready for my first sound file. After thinking a while I decided to do a weather report since I am in Chicago for work (escaping a little with friends for fun) and it is nice out. So here is my weather report and first sound file I uploaded to soundcloud. The image I got from facebook that someone posted with text on top of a scene from the movie “Office Space”. So here it is below:

Hope you enjoyed it and glad I figured out all the little items to make it work.

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6 responses to “No clouds here just nice sound weather to report”

  1. Alan Levine (@cogdog) says :

    Well set up- its good to know you have some soundcloud experience.

    Now, about the covers on your TPS reports…

    • ctwilker says :

      Ha! The first time I saw Office Space I didn’t get it really. Then I started working at IBM after college and it became the best movie ever! 🙂

  2. kkarras2014 says :

    Good choice for a first SoundCloud file! I am very excited about the turn in weather. I hope that when you return to DC, it is still nice and warm out!

    I loved that you included a SoundCloud file specific image. I was wondering why all of my SoundCloud files have my Gravatar as the background image when I embed into my blog, and now thanks to your write-up, I know how to fix that. Thanks!

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