New York City is such a neat place. I’m having a great time… so much so that I barely have time to sleep! I’d like to share some moments with you guys, and what better way to do it than in music montage?!
Behind the scenes during the production of one of our interview pieces. And with that my friends, my first year at UCSD comes to a close… whew.
So now what? Summer time, New York, and Next New Networks. :) More on my super duper exciting summer plans coming soon!
Do not hesitate to take it in to the Apple Store (because you need your laptop for homework and/or can’t bear to be without it)… or else it will eventually lead to this:
Then, when you take it in to the Apple Store, they will run some tests and come up with this:
(I really wasn’t supposed to see this, but I did, and I secretly took a picture. I really hope this doesn’t get anyone in trouble and/or fired, sorry! All in good fun.)
Anyway, my MacBook Pro is now at the store, waiting for a new logic board. It’s not like I have 2 videos to produce for class. It’s not like I have 3 papers to write. It’s not like finals are fast approaching. It’s not like MY LAPTOP IS MY LIFE or anything. Oh wait, IT IS.
Another video I made for my YouTube class. This time we used a PXL-2000, a toy camcorder made by Fisher Price in the late ’80s. Presented to you in Pixelvision, this is why I am so awkward in real life:
I’m taking a production class this quarter based around YouTube – awesome, right? One of our first assignments was to add to the “5 random facts” meme. I could not for the life of me get rid of the awful saturated color cast… in fact, I think I made it worse. And no, I’m not a paid shill for Nutella ;)
You can see some of the videos my classmates made in this YouTube group. I really like that there are only 10 students in the class, pretty cool for an undergraduate course.