The Silhouette Story. Chapter 5 – Car

The Silhouette Story. Chapter 5 – Car, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. The Silhouette Story started from a response to a blog post. Then came Chapter 1 – My hand which was closely followed by Chapter 2 – The sun and the street light. It wasn’t long before the suburban silhouette of Chapter 3 – Some birds on some wires was written and then Chapter 4 – Mesh. Chapter 5 – Car is now the latest chapter in The Silhouette Story.

The Silhouette Story. Chapter 4 – Mesh

The Silhouette Story. Chapter 4 – Mesh, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. The Silhouette Story started from a response to a blog post. Then came Chapter 1 – My hand which was closely followed by Chapter 2 – The sun and the street light. It wasn’t long before the suburban silhouette of Chapter 3 – Some birds on some wires was published. Now, Chapter 4 – Mesh has been written.

Your ghost

When you leave your place of work, what kind of legacy do you leave behind? What exactly makes up Your ghost*? Is it only made up of the files or digital data you created or pushed around while you were in that physical space or does Your ghost transcend the physical? Can Your ghost be something intangible like a mindset or an approach to production? Can these intangible things haunt those that you leave behind? Your ghost, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. Strange. It may seem that this is a…

The Silhouette Story. Chapter 3 – Some birds on some wires

The Silhouette Story. Chapter 3 – Some birds on some wires, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. The Silhouette Story started from a response to a blog post. Then came Chapter 1 – My hand which was closely followed by Chapter 2 -The sun and the street light. Now Chapter 3 – Some birds on some wires is complete.

Listen to Black Sabbath: A reflection on the nature of instruction

Listen to Black Sabbath: A reflection on the nature of instruction, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. I was crossing the street during my lunch break the other day when a piece of graffiti written on a pole nearby caught my attention. The graffiti read Listen to Black Sabbath. This immediately made me think about two things. That I had to listen to one of the greatest rock ‘n’ roll bands of all time as quickly as possible. Figure out how was I going to do it. The author’s direction for…

Concept: The activity flow

During the initial design stage of an activity I like to use pen and paper to quickly map out the flow of the activity. The tactile nature of paper allows for scribbles and scrawls, coloured pens or pencils, hasty redraws, cutting, tearing, taping and a rendezvous with the scanner or photocopier. I think something like an iPad or Samsung Tab style device could also give me similar functionality to pen and paper. I’d like one of those. These drawings describe the flow of an activity for a digital learning experience.

The Silhouette Story. Chapter 1 – My hand

The Silhouette Story. Chapter 1 – My hand, originally uploaded by Rowan Peter. The Silhouette Story started from a response to a blog post. The author of the blog post issued me a challenge, to create some of my own silhouette inspired images. And so, The Silhouette Story began. I’m not quite sure of the length of The Silhouette Story, but My hand is the first chapter.

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