Thursday, May 21, 2009

Tuesday, May 12, 2009


I removed our old youtube site for various reasons.

But all videos are up at a NEW LOCATION!!!

All Students videos are up - and discussions will be up shortly as well. (FYI working with video is a very time intensive process, especially if you are not working with a fast computer.)

for those that used a recording for audio, if you would like to send me that recording, I can overlay it onto the video.

also, I would very much like TITLES instead of names - so email me titles for your presentation if you want. also, email me any "DESCRIPTION" or "TAG" or any other corrections.

please let me know of any problems with the videos. There are 2 videos that are missing the beginning few seconds unfortunately, this was due to a mistiming of the switching of tapes at the start of each group.

also, 2 presentations are somehow longer than 10 minutes (the maximum of allowable time for a single clip on youtube.)

but all in all, I think the videos turned out well, and they should be very helpful for you to go back and examine your own presentation and listen to the comments again.

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Pecha Kucha

I found this video on a pecha kucha and the guy is pronouncing it completely different. Idk what is the right way to pronounce it but we may want to consider the right pronunciation for when we do present today lol... the guy in the video seems to know alot about Pecha Kucha but again im not sure which is the right way to pronounce it... just something to consider lol

~michael morgan~


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the voids carry a lot of weight don't they?

Tuesday, May 5, 2009


. . . the collective behavior of a system of individuals can have many surprising properties.”

"It turns out that an eerie type of chaos can lurk just behind a facade of order - and yet, deep inside the chaos lurks an even eerier type of order."

Douglas Hofstadter


“It is our illusions that create the world”

~Michael Morgan~

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Even what we think to be free and spontaneous has strict laws to follow.

Chris Parrinello