Daily Archives: November 20, 2006

Time to Play

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

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

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

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

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