Monday, February 14, 2011

Wiki Article

So, I have no idea what the point of creating a Wiki Article about our web 2.0 tool is. We did Keynote presentations already. Can we please just be done with this project and move on? 
We had to do our rough drafts today, and it wasn't fun cause we had to have memorized it. I did, for the most part. But my information wasn't as long as it could have been if I was looking at my presentation on the Mac. 
I enjoy writing, but on the computer. I hate writing with pencil & paper. I discovered a long time ago that I type three times faster than I write. I don't even have to look at the keys, and I can even look at a piece of paper and type it on the computer at the same time, with barely any spelling errors. So, yes, I tend to type a lot of my school assignments (specifically notes) instead of write them. 
I can't believe it's already halfway through February. There's not much left to go until the end of the school year. It's kind of a shame, though, because I'm actually enjoying this year. I heard that next year there will be so much more homework than this year. Joy...

Here is my video...I had to compress it and put it on Google docs because Quicktime wouldn't work. 
Please ignore the fact that the slides go way too fast. I'll fix that. The Quicktime doesn't go that fast, but this does. I don't know why. If you want to read the real story, the link is on a previous post. If you don't see it, 
the title is The Lady, or the Tiger? by Frank Richard Stockton. 

Lady Or the Tiger?

1 comment:

  1. We are pretty much done with them. The last thing will be to put your web 2.0 article into an actual wiki. This allows you to see each other's web 2.0 tools and be able to access them again without having to try to remember every little detail. After the last presentations are complete, and after they are put into the wiki, we are done with both keynote and web 2.0.