Besides taking walks in the woods, building rock walls, watching sci fi and The Wire with his family, talking bout the demise of education… we sat down last night for a small bit of free form talk about storytelling for ds106radio.
For my students embarking on their radio show projects, I nudged a few questions that ought to help them plan how to do something that is more drama-like (yay) and less droll book reportish. We delved into some speculating on why audio stories are effective and other things in his radar.
Again, if you are in my UMW class of ds106… (ahem) this ought to be useful. You might still be checking out ds106 radio even beyond when it is an assignment.
We also tried to figure out why Bryan’s twitter replies often do not include the conversation thread…
— Giulia Forsythe (@giuliaforsythe) October 1, 2012
I was hopeful it was due to his use of the old tweetdeck client. According to what I can decipher, if you start a tweet with an @XXXXXXX and include a few other @yyyyy, the only people will be able to see the tweet are ones who follow both. But if you include the mentions later, then everyone should be able to see it.
If anyone has insights, the comment box below is wide open.
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