Archives for November 20, 2006

  1. Time to Play

    Last Friday I got to spend the day at a Star School, Alta Vista Elementary, with Brook Peabody, Jillian Gay, and Ted Eldridge. I bribed Brook with the shirt he’s wearing if he’d just model it for the blog. He willingly obliged. (Okay, so I played with the blue screen in Ted’s video workroom and […]

  2. Why Wikis? Why or why not…Wikipedia?

    Want to learn more about using and even creating Wikis? From the just delivered WEMA (Wisconsin Educational Media Association) online newsletter: Explore the World of Wikis  via Why Wikis – a very helpful resource – about WikiPedia and Wikis from the perspective of an authoritative expert, John Hubbard – staff member at U of Wisconsin-Milwaukee […]

  3. Up Close and…

          A lavalier microphone is a great way to zero in and pick up the sound from one person. It’s also a good way to “eavesdrop” if you want to keep the camera at a distance. The picture at left and the accompanying video (Download Lavalier2.mov) attempt to show this by recording a pre-game […]

  4. Up Close and…

          A lavalier microphone is a great way to zero in and pick up the sound from one person. It’s also a good way to “eavesdrop” if you want to keep the camera at a distance. The picture at left and the accompanying video (Download Lavalier2.mov) attempt to show this by recording a pre-game […]