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interactive

YouTube Links of Note

First off, you can see my YouTube profile and subscribe (or not... hater). And, if you're a Parsons MFADT person, you should join the MFADT group.

Also, here are links to Inti and TrayJayG's pages. I'll add more once I get everybody's YouTube channel links.

Podcasts and Pings

Podcasts are pretty cool, though I haven't really found the killer app for me yet. Since I don't own an iPod, I don't really have that available to listen to the casts on. So, for the most part, I just have to listen to them on my computer. Not always what I want to do, to be honest, because I'm usually busy with other things.

For that reason, a podcast that does work for me is the audio commentary podcast for Battlestar Galacticca. It's like having the comment track on a DVD. Nice! And it's something I would use--since I'd just play it off the laptop as I'm watching the show, it doesn't distract me from what I'm doing. Instead, it adds to it.

2007-01-25

  • Content
    • Creation
      • a few shows have huge viewship, but it's a long tail
      • people, all people, are able to express themselves

YouTube, Your One Stop Shop For Bathroom Hacks

It's good to see that I have company. Here's my bathroom hack from fall of 2006, where I added audio triggered by the IR sensor on the 10th floor sink:

The best part was that I left a "record" button on the device underneath, so people could sample their own voices, music, sounds, whatever. Hence, audio graffiti.

2007-01-22

  • link
    • studio objectives
    • schedule
    • grading

Class Notes

Notes from the Major Studio: Interactive class.

Start of Classes

Nice Hat

I'll be blogging for the Major Studio: Interactive class for the rest of this semester. I may also blog about my other classes, but I'll keep those tucked away under my main blog section.

I graduated from the University of Virginia, Phi Beta Kappa, with an honors degree in Anthropology. I spent the last eight years as a programmer for various dot coms with varying longevities. I'm a mostly self-taught hacker, which means I have the right combination of pig-headedness and lack of social skills to get pretty good at it. Foo.

I have a lot of odd interests, but here are a few, in no particular order, that have tickled me recently:

Major Studio: Interactive

Welcome to my Major Studio: Interactive class page. Most of my work, for now, will appear on the blog. All the work I do in the class will appear there, so keep an eye open for the torrent of new stuff that will appear week after week.

Copyright Mike Edwards 2006-2009. All content available under the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike license, unless otherwise noted.

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