Wednesday, 16 September 2009

Module 5

It has been a great learning experience exploring podcasting, videocasting and iTunes.

To me podcasting is the natural extension of recording programmes, that for me started with cassette recording JJ's (not a typo) top 100 onto cassette straight from the radio - oops how to give away your age!). Except now you don't have to know what you want to record, but can go to 'librarys' of radio and visual programmes and pick what you'd like to listen to/see, that you may have missed.

I find YouTube is a double-edged sword - it has some fantastic learning videos, but can also be a huge time waster,
and with teenage kids you better have unlimited downloads.

Here is what I have learned from this module:
  1. I can put a video on my blog, and
  2. I can make 'granny squares'
If you ever wanted to know how to crochet a granny square - here is your chance to find out...

However, if crochet leaves you cold but the combination of quilting and inventing whets your appetite - have a look here: QuiltInvention*

*note to family who may be reading - What a great idea for a Christmas/Birthday present for quilary!

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