TBL Project

So, we’re working on our lists, now what? Based on the suggestions you submitted last week on Cre8tive Havoc, here’s what we’ve come up with. You will be creating your own version of The Buried Life! Here’s what it will contain:

(1) An Author’s Note written by you (250 words). See the author’s note in TBL book for an example of what this should sound like.

(2) Your list of 50-100 items.

(3) “Visual” representations of 25 items. Get creative here! Use all the tools you’ve developed this semester. Think about how doodling, word/pic mashups, newspaper blackout, post it notes, signs, twitter, could be potential “visual” mediums for your list items. However, feel free to use which ever mediums you feel most comfortable with (video for instance). Also consider the ways in which TBL visually shares items on their list (t-shirts, signs, on Penelope).  All visuals must be orginals created by you.

(4) “Now What” a written discussion of how you will/or have attacked one item on the list (250 words)

(5) Presentation to the class (on the 21/22/23 of January) other details TBA

Links to look at:

http://indulgy.com/Hannah%20H

http://breanne94.blogspot.ca/2012/06/25-visuels-breannes-buried-life.html

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Reading Reflection #12

Reading Reflection #12:

(1) To use one or two Twitter posts to update your reading progress so far.

The Girl i/t Steel Corset (203) my 1rst steampunk book. I enjoy the dark mystery, a great change from all the Dystopian fic I’ve been reading. @cre8tivehavoc #RR12

Anybody else read any steampunk? Or tired of dystopian fiction? The Hunger Games was great, but I’m tired of all the copycat books. @cre8tivehavoc #RR12

Cut and paste your tweets into a blog post titled “Reading Reflection #12”

ALSO!

Don’t forget to be tweeting an item off of your TBL list on a daily basis!

AND
Use your spare time in today’s class ensuring that your blog is up to date.

Posting Your BL List

Your goal for today’s class is:

(1) To type and post your BL list on your blog. 

(2) We are also going to start tweeting one item off of our lists on a daily basis.  Try to use the format below to compose your tweet:
1. Ride a rhino @cre8tivehavoc #buriedlife #bucketlist

(3) Spend some time updating your blog. Add a Twitter feed gadget, or some personal additions, or get caught up on missing assignments.

Reading Reflection #11

Reading Reflection #11 will be:

(1) To use one or two Twitter posts to update your reading progress so far.

The Girl i/t Steel Corset (203) my 1rst steampunk book. I enjoy the dark mystery, a great change from all the Dystopian fic I’ve been reading. @cre8tivehavoc #RR11

Anybody else read any steampunk? Or tired of dystopian fiction? The Hunger Games was great, but I’m tired of all the copycat books. @cre8tivehavoc #RR11

Cut and paste your tweets into a blog post titled “Reading Reflection #11”

Reading & Writing Reflection #10

For this week’s reflection I would like you to think about your experiences with Twitter Fiction.

From a writing perspective:
– How did writing your Twitter Fiction go?  What were your successes? What were your fustrations?  – What did you learn about yourself as a writer?
– How did you feel about “publishing” yourself on Twitter?

From a reading perspective:
– Which Twitter Fictions did you read? Why?
– How did it feel to spend Thursday’s class “reading” Twitter?
– Was there anything that surprised you?

About Twitter:
– Did this assignment change your perspective of Twitter? How? Why?
– What other ways could we use Twitter