Sunday, October 29, 2006

halloween: you, ewe, 'u', and a gypsy

I really wanted to be something meta for Halloween. I wanted my costume to change for each person. I decided to be "you". So I put a mirror on my face as a mask. But just in case that wasn't rediculous enough I dressed up my body as a "ewe" (female sheep). To clue people in I wrote 'U' on my forehead. So I was you from top to bottom. Jodi was a really mean looking gypsy.

Monday, October 23, 2006

Jodi's Tassle Turning

We moved to Boston just over two years ago. Jodi hadn't decided to come with me until just a couple months before the move. She didn't know what school she would go to, and we didn't know how we would afford living or her tuition. Everything came through and I can't believe I just saw her pregraduation ceremony a couple days ago. What a girl!

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Remember: Spam Kills

So tonight was the biggest spam war of the semester at MIT thus far. It all started with a boy who lost his frat sweatshirt or something. Anyway, in the name of mocumentary silliness and instantaneous video production, I filmed some Bexley kids dramatizing the spam war. The script was written for us in the emails, and the rest is just ridiculousness. We slapped it up on the spam war 30 minutes later.

Remember: Spam Kills (The Movie) Filmed and Produced at MIT in 20 minutes

Friday, October 13, 2006

Quacktastic Homebrewed Music Vid

I made a music video tonight with Will at Bexley. It's a Squirrel Nut Zippers song originally. Check it out:

Music Video (wmv ~11MB)

Monday, October 09, 2006

New Scratch character

So I've been doing these photo shoots to get new characters for Scratch, a programming language my group is working on. Scratch is a programming language that is easy to start off in right away and in which you can do a number of different kinds of things relatively easily. You program by snapping together lego-like building blocks.

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Wednesday, October 04, 2006

File Sharing by Hand

Today I walked around uploading songs to people by handing them pieces of paper. The sheets of paper had encoded songs printed on them. Esentially we were file sharing face to face, breaking copyright law. Read my whole article here:

File Sharing by Hand