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Daily Create 143: Look up today and make a photo that favors what’s going on in the sky. (Taken with Instagram at Mary Washington Bell Tower)… Continue reading
I had a chance to meet Bryan Alexander at the NITLE Symposium this past April – he’s a dynamic thinker and collaborator, for sure. Up to that point, he’d been mentioned in conversations about storytelling, open access, and technology in liberal education. In conversations last semester, Alexander was mentioned as… Continue reading
Listening to Vonnegut, who could arguably be called the father (or one of the fathers) of postmodern literature, discuss dropping shapes into a computer to create stories is beautifully ironic as his work is anything but formulaic. Nonetheless, he’s right. Stories are made up of fundamental (read: ancient; timeless; played;… Continue reading
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Daily Create 142: Annoying noise: Record a sound that sets your teeth on edge.… Continue reading
My first week of camp was awesome! I got to share with everyone one of our cool family stories and I got to hear about some other campers families. It was a good ”get to know you” activity. I am still trying to learn the routines at camp,… Continue reading
Week 2 at Camp Magic MacGuffin and The Daily Create has us revealing what sounds drive us batty. For me, particularly, this is really more about revealing neurosis than a slight irritation.
For as long as I can remember, certain repetitious and rhythmic sounds drive me completely bonkers. My wife is convinced that this… Continue reading
A little behind moving my stuff into camp this week and will play a little catchup with my Family Legend – it’s coming.
I did manage to get the Camp Magic Macguffin PA system hooked up and plugged into my stereo last week and managed to pop in a cassette… Continue reading
This letter is late because I enjoyed my Memorial Day weekend free of distraction and thinking. This was a boon to my sense of normalcy but disruptive to my dissertating and ongoing learning. So, let’s recap Week One at Camp Magic MacGuffin.
Daily CreatesJumping into the work I completed a… Continue reading
The first week at camp has been exciting and sometimes scary. (There’s a guy here named Hatchet Jack. Seriously, you did investigate the reputation of this camp before you sent me, right?)
So far I’ve done two arts and crafts workshops: one where I told the story of… Continue reading