Technology and timekeeping; two things that are so hand-in-hand that we forget how recent a phenomenon that notion really is. From the obvious smartphone in our pockets, to the clock on a microwave, we live in the most technological and time-keeping abundant era ever. So … Continue readingThomas Crown Affair Tech & Timekeeping (1968)
Now that Zoom’s beta allows users to set their slide desk as their virtual desktop, you might be thinking to yourself ; “maybe it is time after all to user a better camera than this integrated webcam after all?” As I mentioned back in my … Continue readingPro Camera as your Web Camera
In Washington state and the world over, Covid-19 has made educators and ed-techs alike quickly reevaluate what can and can’t be done remotely for teaching and learning. Here are some edtech tools to level up your online instruction … Continue readingCovid-19 Tactics to Content Creation for Educators at home
Update 2/2018 Ver: 2.0 Now relaunched under “The Bellingham Podcast.” All new look, branding kit, and available on Podcast and locally on KMRE 102.3FM (LP) twice a week. The Setup Radio was once reserved for those who had the knowledge, the license, and the equipment. … Continue readingOn Air with The Bellingham Podcast (Workflow Update 2/2018)
Podcaster’s Battle Royal: SoundCloud, Spreaker, Archive.org “Content costs!” These two simple words are the very crux to one of my Building Bridges conference presentations this year. It doesn’t matter what the content is, there is always a price to host it on the internet. With … Continue readingThe Battle Royal of “free” podcast hosting
The voyage to the center of the View-Master reel continues: See where this journey started. I was able to find some inkjet printable transparency (cellulose acetate) – which I found can be a bit difficult in an age where teachers no longer keep an overhead … Continue reading[Part 2] Exploration into View-Master reels in the 21st century
AJ by AJ on Sketchfab Experimenting and researching different 3D technologies has brought be down an interesting, yet deep, photo-philosophic rabbit hole. Much like Alice in Wonderland, I find myself trying to understand if I am the one that is huge in a small … Continue readingWhere does photography end, and 3D begin?