Month: June 2011

I really wanted to go to this years Northern Voice conference. The schedule looked pretty impressive. I thought at the very least I would be able to play a game of pick-up hockey (with some random Canadian). The conference takes place in Canada, which is the undisputed home of ice hockey. Surely they’re playing hockey […]

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A couple of weeks ago, Jabiz Raisdana (@intrepidteacher) put out a call via Twitter for people to add their favourite WordPress plugins for teachers and students to a Google document he had created. I answered his call and submitted one of my favourite plugins. While I was there, I watched Jabiz work in real-time, furiously […]

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A lot of my experiments take place in my backyard. Here’s a test of a match move previsualisation of a before/after style effect for a component of sanitary plumbing e-learning resource we were developing at work. I shot the footage on my Nokia N95, exported 187 frames to Photoshop, painted out the ping-pong balls used […]

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