I did not know my wails of despair were heard by by co-habitant.
Well I do have 13, peeking way down to the bottom of the optimism in the partly full cup. And to those folks — Aaron, Greg, Mariana, Laura Ritchie, David, Heather, Kevin, Claudia, Kathy, Andy, Cathy, Teresa, Dean, and Alyson — Mazel Tov.
I have heard from a bunch of people and I guess it’s still not clear what I want. Or maybe there are no more stories left. But to me people are making it much more complex than it need be. Turn on the mobile video camera and talk to it like you are in conversation with a buddy, just a natural voice, and telling them about something unexpected via a connection on the internet.
I’m not gonna go around begging and nagging. I put out an ask, I get a response, and then I reflect on what comes and as well as speculate why it’s so hard for people to do this.
Hopefully Feldspar’s explanation is better than mine. Around the 3rd or 4th week in September I will be compiling what I have into a video keynote for the K12 Online Conference in mid October. But even then, I will always add them to the site at any time.
Listen to Feldspar, ok (his real first name is “Plagioclase”)
Top /featured image credit: a frame from a video I made myself, in my own house, with my own stuffed animal. That’s attribution, eh?
The post "It Takes A Stuffed Animal To Explain the Call for Stories" was originally rescued from the bottom of a stangant pond at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2015/08/stuffed-animal-to-explain/) on August 29, 2015.