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As part of the "Concept in 90" project goals I set for myself, I wanted to do a sample storyboard. Rather than a planning device that acts like an outline, this storyboard would be at the end or near the end so that students could use it to analyze their project in-progress or to analyze … Continue reading Using a storyboard for analysis
When it comes to new media, things always take longer than I think they will and today's tasks were no exception. On the other hand, time goes by quickly when doing this kind of work, and what is actually a couple of hours feels like a half hour or so. This morning I added the … Continue reading Concept in 90: Log 4
Another day, another 90-second video. This time, I want to do the same subject as the poem video, only convert it to an essay. How exactly does that work? Well. my plan was to begin by taking the iMovie project for the poem and duplicating it. I was extremely pleased to see when I opened … Continue reading Concept in 90: Log 3
As you can tell from the screenshot, much got done today. Much had to get done though because I had an idea that doubled my work: I am making two versions. The one I am working on now will be the poem and will be a sample for my poetry workshop classes. When it is … Continue reading Concept in 90: Log 2
It's good to see the sun and the leaves filling in the empty spaces. Two more poems to go in the challenge. The poems so far are clustering into a viable book manuscript, something I did not dare hope for when I began this project. I wonder sometimes if all the photos and video clips … Continue reading Sun and shade
Not much else happened today, but I did write. it's day 23 of the PAD Challenge and I have more than 23 poems, most of which are done or revisable into usefulness. Today's poem in particular was one I'd needed to write for several years, since it will be a framework poem for a big section … Continue reading Today
Today I need to get some things done and I will soon see how well the Evernote glassware works for checking off items on a list. Here is probably the only car photo you'll see from me unless I'm not driving. I wondered how I would take the different, absolutely first-person viewpoint Glass gives. It … Continue reading Public moments, private images
The view from here.
Writing from home is not a big change for me. I usually go back and forth a bit more, sometimes working in my campus office with the door closed on days when no one expects me to be there. That has its advantages. I try to keep all of my professional library there since shelf … Continue reading Invisible writing