Tag: iPod

  • When the creative juices dry up …

    photo credit: gl0ri And they do! This morning a few little tips to unblock the dries came in an e-letter that I subscribe to. It was addressing photography specifically, but hey … creativity is creativity. Tip # 5 resonated for me. It’s one of my own tactics when prepping for a show. Music especially seems…

  • Podcasting and Presentation

    This is another in a review series I’ve produced from earlier posts on my use of podcasts and podcasting production for learning and teaching. At a recent conference I was asked for samples of what I’ve created, so here I’m going to showcase a few of the podcast productions mentioned in the last post. 2007…

  • Turning over the archives: iPods and Podcasting

    I’m often asked to comment on how I use Web 2.0 technologies, including blogs, iPods and podcasting in my teaching and learning projects. I presented on the topic a few times this year at conferences and a phone call this week from someone I met at the AUC Create World conference in Brisbane in late…

  • The Wired-Up Suit

    I wrote some time back on the coming of clothing that might enable easier access to various technologies. I was thinking in the post of the possibilities with costume for actors, where, for example a sound or lighting cue could be managed by the performer. Last month in London I spotted this offering in Marks…

  • Digital Doodling and Podding, oh my!

    It’s been a week of mulling over approaches to teaching during the coming academic year. I’m keen to try my hand at preparing a rubric for one of the projects in a performance-based course I teach. Met up with rubrics and the way they operate a couple of years back at the VASTA (Voice and…