Revision history for StudioTourExercise


Revision [18859]

Last edited on 2018-04-02 08:14:27 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
This exercise runs in addition to your project postings, but// it replaces your Weekly Summary for this week//. For this week, rather than look back over your work for the week, I'm asking you to look at the work of three other projects in the class and post your observations by midnight ** Tues 9 April**. You can start and finish this exercise at any time during this week. Feel free to do it early.
** 9 April 2018**. Feel free to finish early.
Deletions:
This exercise runs in addition to your project postings, but// it replaces your Weekly Summary for this week//. For this week, rather than look back over your work for the week, I'm asking you to look at the work of three other projects in the class and post your observations by next** Tues 10 April**. You can start and finish this exercise at any time during this week. Feel free to do it early.
** 10 April 2018**. Feel free to finish early.


Revision [18858]

Edited on 2018-04-02 08:13:25 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
This exercise runs in addition to your project postings, but// it replaces your Weekly Summary for this week//. For this week, rather than look back over your work for the week, I'm asking you to look at the work of three other projects in the class and post your observations by next** Tues 10 April**. You can start and finish this exercise at any time during this week. Feel free to do it early.
** 10 April 2018**. Feel free to finish early.
Deletions:
This exercise runs in addition to your project postings, but// it replaces your Weekly Summary for this week//. For this week, rather than look back over your work for the week, I'm asking you to look at the work of three other projects in the class and post your observations by next** Tues 18 April**. You can start and finish this exercise at any time during this week. Feel free to do it early.
** 17 April 2018**. Feel free to finish early.


Revision [18854]

Edited on 2018-04-02 06:29:16 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- ProjectProposalAbbieEdman
- ProjectProposalAAA - Aidan Anderson
- ProjectProposalRLN - Raya Newbold
- ProjectProposalAndrewHanson
- ProjectProposalDanielleNicholson
- ProjectProposalBJR - Bonnie Robinson
- ProposalJp - Joshua Pavek
- ProjectProposalKendraHacker
- ProjectProposalWilliamHeinecke
Links directly to the project are on [[http://erhetoric.org/daybook/2018/03/18/back-from-break-the-projects/ | The Daybook]]
Check the list of Project Proposals above. Visit //the three projects immediately following your own //on the list. (So, Abbie will visit Aidan, Raya, and Andrew; Aidan will visit Raya, Andrew, and Dani, &c). Those at the end of the list visit those at the top of the list.
to get a sense of what the project is about working. There's no virtue in going in blind. The proposal should have a link to the project. If the link doesn't work, try [[http://erhetoric.org/daybook/2018/03/18/back-from-break-the-projects/ | the Daybook page]].
** 17 April 2018**. Feel free to finish early.
Questions? Post them to the comments on [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ The Daybook]] and I'll respond there. Or email me. Or look for me in my office, HS 314.
Deletions:
- ProjectProposalTJL Tony Lein
- ProductProposalBlakeJackson
- BriannaGranerProjectProposal
- ProjectProposalChloeSmith
- [[https://medium.com/@coltonchadd/analyzing-aspects-of-forum-writing-a9cf0e11bf18 | Project Proposal Colton Chadderdon]]
- ProjectProposalEricKvale
- ProjectProposalMadelynHaasken
- ProjectProposalRichardCase
- ProjectProposalSamanthaCrews
- ProjectProposalAJA Andy Allison
- ProjectProposalJeannaToninato
- ProjectProposalJkaufenberg
Check the list of Project Proposals above. Visit //the three projects immediately following your own //on the list. (So, Tony will visit Blake Bri, and Chloe. Blake will visit Bri, Chloe, and Colton, &c). Those at the end of the list visit those at the top of the list.
to get a sense of what the project is about working. There's no virtue in going in blind. The proposal should have a link to the project.
** 18 April 2017 **. Feel free to finish early.
Questions? Post them to [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ Daybook]] and I'll respond there. Or email me. Or look for me in my office, HS 314.


Revision [18058]

Edited on 2017-04-14 06:40:02 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Post your observations and comments on all three projects to a single page wiki page (StudioToursYourLastName) or in a single blog post. When ready, find the announcement of the Studio Tours post on the Daybook, and post a response, **mentioning who you visited, and linking to your tour posting**. Your tourees will be looking forward to your comments.
Deletions:
Post your observations and comments on all three projects to a single page wiki page (StudioToursYourLastName) or in a single blog post. When ready, post a comment on the Daybook, mentioning who you visited, and linking to your tour posting. Your tourees will be looking forward to your comments.


Revision [18008]

Edited on 2017-04-10 06:21:15 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
=====Studio Tours Exercise=====
Deletions:
=====Studio Tours =====


Revision [18005]

Edited on 2017-04-05 07:16:25 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Did I mention: //Make some notes//! This kind of writing work is not best done off the cuff and top of your head. It's best done reflectively, slowly, working from notes to draft to final version.
Deletions:
Did I mention: //make some notes//! This kind of writing work is not best done off the cuff and top of your head. It's best done reflectively, slowly, working from notes to draft to final version.


Revision [18004]

Edited on 2017-04-05 07:15:53 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Questions? Post them to [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ Daybook]] and I'll respond there. Or email me. Or look for me in my office, HS 314.
Deletions:
Questions? Post them to [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ Daybook]] and I'll respond there. Or email me. Or look for me in my office or in HS 109.


Revision [18003]

Edited on 2017-04-05 07:15:42 by MorganAdmin
Deletions:
=== And remember the Cage ===
Before you take your tours, you might want to refresh your memory of [[http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2012/08/10/10-rules-for-students-and-teachers-john-cage-corita-kent/ Some Rules for Students and Teachers by John Cage and Sister Corita Kent]]


Revision [18002]

Edited on 2017-04-05 07:14:57 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
As a rough guide, I'm thinking 300 - 400 //well-wrought, thoughtful words// or so for each studio: a few of paragraphs or so, long enough to get to the meat, but concise enough to provide a clear vision of what you see. Think sonnets rather than book jacket blurbs.
Deletions:
As a rough guide, I'm thinking 300 - 400 well-wrought words or so for each studio: a few of paragraphs or so, long enough to get to the meat, but concise enough to provide a clear vision of what you see. Think sonnets rather than book jacket blurbs.


Revision [18001]

Edited on 2017-04-05 07:14:00 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Read this exercise all the way through before starting.
This exercise runs in addition to your project postings, but// it replaces your Weekly Summary for this week//. For this week, rather than look back over your work for the week, I'm asking you to look at the work of three other projects in the class and post your observations by next** Tues 18 April**. You can start and finish this exercise at any time during this week. Feel free to do it early.
Visit three projects and comment on what you see happening: studio tours. You'll post your comments for the writers of the projects you're visiting to a page on the wiki, or to a blog post on your blog. When you've completed your tour, announce it on the [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ Daybook]] with a link to your page. To announce, leave a comment on the blog post announcing the studio tours.
Check the list of Project Proposals above. Visit //the three projects immediately following your own //on the list. (So, Tony will visit Blake Bri, and Chloe. Blake will visit Bri, Chloe, and Colton, &c). Those at the end of the list visit those at the top of the list.
It the project seems to have been abandoned, with little posted since the first week, move on to the next one.
Deletions:
This exercise runs in addition to your project postings, but// it replaces your Weekly Summary for this week//. For this week, rather than look back over your work for the week, I'm asking you to look at the work of three other projects in the class and post your observations by next Tues 18 April. You can start and finish this exercise at any time during the week. Feel free to do it early.
I'd like you to visit three projects and comment on what you see happening: studio tours. You'll post your comments for the writers of the projects you're visiting to a page on the wiki, or to a blog post on your blog. When you've completed your tour, announce it on the [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ Daybook]] with a link to your page.
Check the list of Project Proposals above. Visit //the three projects immediately following your own //on the list. (So, Amber will visit Anna, Ashley, and Brad, &c). Those at the end of the list visit those at the top of the list.
It the project seems to have been abandoned, noting posted since the first week, move on to the next one.


Revision [18000]

Edited on 2017-04-05 07:09:50 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
This exercise runs in addition to your project postings, but// it replaces your Weekly Summary for this week//. For this week, rather than look back over your work for the week, I'm asking you to look at the work of three other projects in the class and post your observations by next Tues 18 April. You can start and finish this exercise at any time during the week. Feel free to do it early.
Did I mention: //make some notes//! This kind of writing work is not best done off the cuff and top of your head. It's best done reflectively, slowly, working from notes to draft to final version.
** 18 April 2017 **. Feel free to finish early.
Deletions:
Print out this page and read it through before you start.
This exercise runs in addition to your project postings, but// it replaces your Weekly Summary for this week//. For this week, rather than look back over your work for the week, I'm asking you to look at the work of three other projects in the class and post your observations by next Monday, 21 April, 2014. You can start and finish this exercise at any time during the week. Feel free to do it early.
Did I mention: //make some notes//! This kind of writing work is //not// best done off the cuff and top of your head. It's best done reflectively, slowly, working from notes to draft to final version.
** 17 April 2017 **. Feel free to finish early.


Revision [17999]

Edited on 2017-04-05 07:08:13 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
** 17 April 2017 **. Feel free to finish early.
Deletions:
** 21 April, 2014 **. Feel free to finish early.


Revision [17998]

Edited on 2017-04-05 07:06:55 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- ProjectProposalAJA Andy Allison
- ProjectProposalJeannaToninato
- ProjectProposalJkaufenberg


Revision [17997]

Edited on 2017-04-05 07:05:24 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
- ProjectProposalTJL Tony Lein
- ProductProposalBlakeJackson
- BriannaGranerProjectProposal
- ProjectProposalChloeSmith
- [[https://medium.com/@coltonchadd/analyzing-aspects-of-forum-writing-a9cf0e11bf18 | Project Proposal Colton Chadderdon]]
- ProjectProposalEricKvale
- ProjectProposalMadelynHaasken
- ProjectProposalRichardCase
- ProjectProposalSamanthaCrews
Deletions:
- ProjectProposalAmberGordon
- ProjectProposalAnnaHamann
- ProjectProposalAshleyJuenemann
- ProjectProposalBradTramel
- ClairesProjectProposal
- ProjectProposalCraigSorby
- DelanaSmithProjectProposal
- ProjectProposalDustinWaulk
- HalieWestphal
- ProjectProposalJennaLong
- WikiProjectProposalJLV
- ProjectProposalJonniShough
- KatieFiranekProjectProposal
- ProjectProposalMelindaSingleton
- ProjectProposalMollyPaquin
- ProjectProposalShannaAllen
- ProjectProposalTriciaTuntland
- ProjectProposalWJ


Revision [14399]

Edited on 2014-04-14 08:02:21 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
This exercise runs in addition to your project postings, but// it replaces your Weekly Summary for this week//. For this week, rather than look back over your work for the week, I'm asking you to look at the work of three other projects in the class and post your observations by next Monday, 21 April, 2014. You can start and finish this exercise at any time during the week. Feel free to do it early.
I'd like you to visit three projects and comment on what you see happening: studio tours. You'll post your comments for the writers of the projects you're visiting to a page on the wiki, or to a blog post on your blog. When you've completed your tour, announce it on the [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ Daybook]] with a link to your page.
- ProjectProposalAmberGordon
- ProjectProposalAnnaHamann
- ProjectProposalAshleyJuenemann
- ProjectProposalBradTramel
- ClairesProjectProposal
- ProjectProposalCraigSorby
- DelanaSmithProjectProposal
- ProjectProposalDustinWaulk
- HalieWestphal
- ProjectProposalJennaLong
- WikiProjectProposalJLV
- ProjectProposalJonniShough
- KatieFiranekProjectProposal
- ProjectProposalMelindaSingleton
- ProjectProposalMollyPaquin
- ProjectProposalShannaAllen
- ProjectProposalTriciaTuntland
- ProjectProposalWJ
Check the list of Project Proposals above. Visit //the three projects immediately following your own //on the list. (So, Amber will visit Anna, Ashley, and Brad, &c). Those at the end of the list visit those at the top of the list.
It the project seems to have been abandoned, noting posted since the first week, move on to the next one.
Did I mention: //make some notes//! This kind of writing work is //not// best done off the cuff and top of your head. It's best done reflectively, slowly, working from notes to draft to final version.
Deletions:
This exercise runs in addition to your weekly postings, but// it replaces your Weekly Summary for week 4//. For this week, rather than look back over your work for the week, I'm asking you to look at the work of three other projects in the class and post your observations by next Monday, 21 April, 2014. You can start and finish this exercise at any time during the week. Feel free to do it early.
In addition to your weekly postings, I'd like you to visit three projects and comment on what you see happening: studio tours. You'll post your comments for the writers of the projects you're visiting to a page on the wiki, or to a blog post on your blog. When you've completed your tour, announce it on the [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ Daybook]] with a link to your page.
ProjectProposalAmberGordon
ProjectProposalAnnaHamann
ProjectProposalAshleyJuenemann
ProjectProposalBradTramel
ClairesProjectProposal
ProjectProposalCraigSorby
DelanaSmithProjectProposal
ProjectProposalDustinWaulk
HalieWestphal
ProjectProposalJennaLong
WikiProjectProposalJLV
ProjectProposalJonniShough
KatieFiranekProjectProposal
ProjectProposalMelindaSingleton
ProjectProposalMollyPaquin
ProjectProposalShannaAllen
ProjectProposalTriciaTuntland
ProjectProposalWJ
Check list of Project Proposals above. Visit the three projects immediately following your own on the list. (So, Staples will visit Lavrenz, Heilman, and Adams, &c). Those at the end of the list visit those at the top of the list.
Did I mention: make some notes! This kind of writing work is //not// best done off the cuff and top of your head. It's best done reflectively, slowly, working from notes to draft to final version.


Revision [14398]

Edited on 2014-04-14 07:59:03 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
This exercise runs in addition to your weekly postings, but// it replaces your Weekly Summary for week 4//. For this week, rather than look back over your work for the week, I'm asking you to look at the work of three other projects in the class and post your observations by next Monday, 21 April, 2014. You can start and finish this exercise at any time during the week. Feel free to do it early.
ProjectProposalAmberGordon
ProjectProposalAnnaHamann
ProjectProposalAshleyJuenemann
ProjectProposalBradTramel
ClairesProjectProposal
ProjectProposalCraigSorby
DelanaSmithProjectProposal
ProjectProposalDustinWaulk
HalieWestphal
ProjectProposalJennaLong
WikiProjectProposalJLV
ProjectProposalJonniShough
KatieFiranekProjectProposal
ProjectProposalMelindaSingleton
ProjectProposalMollyPaquin
ProjectProposalShannaAllen
ProjectProposalTriciaTuntland
ProjectProposalWJ
** 21 April, 2014 **. Feel free to finish early.
Deletions:
This exercise runs in addition to your weekly postings, but it replaces your Weekly Summary for week 4. For this week, rather than look back over your work for the week, I'm asking you to look at the work of three other projects in the class and post your observations by next Sunday, 21 April, 2013. You can start and finish this exercise at any time during the week. Feel free to do it early.
[[http://lfleming816.wordpress.com/2013/03/22/project-proposal-for-weblogs-and-wikis/ Leah Fleming]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=ProjectProposalSarahDahlheimer Sarah Dahlheimer]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=MyProjectProposal Jake Ford]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=ProjectProposalJordonMalm Jordon Malm]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=ProjectProposalDevanBierbrauer Devan Bierbrauer]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=ProjectProposalDennisStaples Dennis Staples]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=ProjectProposalMattLavrenz Matt Lavrenz]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=ProjectProposalRH Ryan Heilman]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=WikiProjectProposalMA Matt Adams]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=ProjectProposalMattBuresh Matt Buresh]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=ProjectProposalJackTuthill Jack Tuthill]]
[[http://ericgchristenson.wordpress.com/2013/03/22/project-proposal-blogging-in-the-zombie-apocalypse/ Eric Christenson]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=JoeStusynski#hn_Project_Proposal Joe Stusynski]]
**Due midnight, 21 April, 2013 **. Feel free to finish early.


Revision [13139]

Edited on 2013-04-21 11:38:04 by MattBuresh
Additions:
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=ProjectProposalMattBuresh Matt Buresh]]
Deletions:
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=ProjectProposalMattBuresh Matt Burish]]


Revision [13127]

Edited on 2013-04-14 09:33:47 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Before you take your tours, you might want to refresh your memory of [[http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2012/08/10/10-rules-for-students-and-teachers-john-cage-corita-kent/ Some Rules for Students and Teachers by John Cage and Sister Corita Kent]]
Deletions:
Before you take your tours, you might want to refresh your memory of [[http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2012/08/10/10-rules-for-students-and-teachers-john-cage-corita-kent/ 10 Rules for Students, Teachers, and Life by John Cage and Sister Corita Kent]]


Revision [13126]

Edited on 2013-04-14 09:33:07 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
This exercise runs in addition to your weekly postings, but it replaces your Weekly Summary for week 4. For this week, rather than look back over your work for the week, I'm asking you to look at the work of three other projects in the class and post your observations by next Sunday, 21 April, 2013. You can start and finish this exercise at any time during the week. Feel free to do it early.
As I mentioned, your studio tours replaces your weekly summary for this week. Keep up your regular postings, but let your visitors provide the stuff of reflection
=== And remember the Cage ===
Before you take your tours, you might want to refresh your memory of [[http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2012/08/10/10-rules-for-students-and-teachers-john-cage-corita-kent/ 10 Rules for Students, Teachers, and Life by John Cage and Sister Corita Kent]]
Deletions:
This exercise runs in addition to your weekly posting, but it replaces your Weekly Summary for week 4. For this week, rather than look back over your work for the week, I'm asking you to look at the work of three other projects in the class and post your observations by next Sunday, 21 April, 2013. You can start and finish this exercise at any time during the week. Feel free to do it early.
As I mentioned, your studio tours replaces your weekly summary for this week.


Revision [13125]

Edited on 2013-04-14 09:22:54 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
=== How to proceed ===
=== Start by reading the writer's project proposal ===
Deletions:
== How to proceed ==
== Start by reading the writer's project proposal ==


Revision [13124]

Edited on 2013-04-14 09:22:25 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
You can use a wiki page for this, or a blog page of your own.
Post your observations and comments on all three projects to a single page wiki page (StudioToursYourLastName) or in a single blog post. When ready, post a comment on the Daybook, mentioning who you visited, and linking to your tour posting. Your tourees will be looking forward to your comments.
Deletions:
Create a new page on your WikiName page titled StudioTourYourLastName. You will post all three tours on the same page.
Post your observations and comments on all three projects to a single page wiki page (StudioTours - your initials) or in a single blog post. Then post a comment on the Daybook, mentioning who you visited, and linking to your tour posting. Your tourees will be looking forward to your comments.


Revision [13123]

Edited on 2013-04-14 09:20:27 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
=====Studio Tours =====
Projects are progressing, so it's time to look in on what others are doing.
This exercise runs in addition to your weekly posting, but it replaces your Weekly Summary for week 4. For this week, rather than look back over your work for the week, I'm asking you to look at the work of three other projects in the class and post your observations by next Sunday, 21 April, 2013. You can start and finish this exercise at any time during the week. Feel free to do it early.
In addition to your weekly postings, I'd like you to visit three projects and comment on what you see happening: studio tours. You'll post your comments for the writers of the projects you're visiting to a page on the wiki, or to a blog post on your blog. When you've completed your tour, announce it on the [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ Daybook]] with a link to your page.
Check list of Project Proposals above. Visit the three projects immediately following your own on the list. (So, Staples will visit Lavrenz, Heilman, and Adams, &c). Those at the end of the list visit those at the top of the list.
to get a sense of what the project is about working. There's no virtue in going in blind. The proposal should have a link to the project.
=== Read and Observe and Compile Notes ===
Look at not just the writing but at the blog as a whole, or the structure of the wiki. People have selected templates and are adding add-ons to their blogs, adding commenting features, images, animated gifs. Some of the blogs and wiki projects involve feedback from readers. Look at how the partcipants are interacting, at who's doing what. Make some notes on how these fit into their project proposal. On wikis, notice how the wiki is structured, what links to what, and how that fits into the project.
=== Commenting ===
=== Length ===
=== Posting ===
As I mentioned, your studio tours replaces your weekly summary for this week.
Post your observations and comments on all three projects to a single page wiki page (StudioTours - your initials) or in a single blog post. Then post a comment on the Daybook, mentioning who you visited, and linking to your tour posting. Your tourees will be looking forward to your comments.
**Due midnight, 21 April, 2013 **. Feel free to finish early.
Questions? Post them to [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ Daybook]] and I'll respond there. Or email me. Or look for me in my office or in HS 109.
Deletions:
=====Studio Tour =====
Projects are progressing. For this week, I'd like you to visit three projects and comment on what you see happening: studio tours. You'll post your comments for the writers of the projects you're visiting to a page on the wiki. When you've completed your tour, announce it on the [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ Daybook]] with a link to your page.
Check the **Current Projects** section of the blog roll on the [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ Daybook]]. Visit the three projects immediately following your own on the list. (So, Omann will visit Corson, Werstlein, and Bittner. Corson will visit Werstlein, Bittner, and Walton, &c). Those at the end of the list visit those at the top of the Project list.
If there's no activity - if the blog or wiki doesn't have anything on it - skip over it, and visit the next one instead. And everyone should skip mine!
to get a sense of what the project is about working. There's no virtue in going in blind. Some writers have a link to their project proposal on their blog, but you may have to look for it on their wiki page.
== Read and Observe and Compile Notes ==
Look at not just the writing but at the blog as a whole, or the structure of the wiki. People have selected templates and are adding add-ons to their blogs, adding commenting features, images, animated gifs. Some of the blogs and wiki projects involve teams. Look at how the partcipants are interacting, at who's doing what. Make some notes on how these fit into their project proposal. On wikis, notice how the wiki is structured, what links to what, and how that fits into the project.
== Commenting ==
== Length ==
== Posting ==
Post your comments on all three projects to a single page on your WikiHome page. **When you're done with all three tours, post a note on the Daybook, mentioning who you visited, and linking to your tour page**. Your tourees will be looking forward to your comments.
**Due 6:00 pm Mon, 9 April, 2012 **. When you've completed your tour, announce it on the [[http://blogsandwikisdaybook.blogspot.com/ Daybook]] with a link to the page. Feel free to finish early.
== Evaluation and points ==
The value of studio tour comments is determined by the person whose work you're responding to. Something quick and superficial won't be as valuable to others as something close and studied. I'll let you be the judge of how much energy you're going to put into these.
At the bottom of your studio tour page, tell me the number of points you're writing to earn. I will record the points you request: 50, 75, 150, or 200.
- 50 - drive thru: quick fly by, burger and fries, way too busy to stop and think...
- 75 - deli lunch: had an hour to kill so I had a quick look round, knocked off these observations and did a quick edit. Thanks very much.
- 150 - long lunch: I started as a deli lunch, but as I worked it got interesting, and I got serious about it - and it shows in the writing.
- 200 - dinner: This is the closest and most insightful I can get in the 2 - 3 hours I put into this. Couldn't add another thing.
Questions? Post them to [[http://www.erhetoric.org/daybook/ Daybook]] and I'll respond there. Or email me. Or or stop by my office during office hours.


Revision [13122]

Edited on 2013-04-14 09:03:29 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
=== Project Proposals ===


Revision [13121]

Edited on 2013-04-14 09:03:01 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
=====Studio Tour =====
[[http://lfleming816.wordpress.com/2013/03/22/project-proposal-for-weblogs-and-wikis/ Leah Fleming]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=ProjectProposalSarahDahlheimer Sarah Dahlheimer]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=MyProjectProposal Jake Ford]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=ProjectProposalJordonMalm Jordon Malm]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=ProjectProposalDevanBierbrauer Devan Bierbrauer]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=ProjectProposalDennisStaples Dennis Staples]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=ProjectProposalMattLavrenz Matt Lavrenz]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=ProjectProposalRH Ryan Heilman]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=WikiProjectProposalMA Matt Adams]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=ProjectProposalMattBuresh Matt Burish]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=ProjectProposalJackTuthill Jack Tuthill]]
[[http://ericgchristenson.wordpress.com/2013/03/22/project-proposal-blogging-in-the-zombie-apocalypse/ Eric Christenson]]
[[http://erhetoric.org/WeblogsAndWikis/wikka.php?wakka=JoeStusynski#hn_Project_Proposal Joe Stusynski]]
Deletions:
=====Studio Tour 1=====


Revision [13120]

The oldest known version of this page was created on 2013-04-14 08:39:58 by MorganAdmin
Valid XHTML :: Valid CSS: :: Powered by WikkaWiki