Origins was amazing!  I had a wonderful time, and have an enormous amount of video footage.  I will be posting the various interviews over the next few weeks.

In the meantime, I’m still plugging away at school.  With that in mind, if you see any unusual videos on my YouTube channel, they are for my YouTube for Educators class.  The class is doing what most college classes should do: it is spawning ideas and thoughts for new ways to use YouTube.

This evening I sat down to play some Geometry Wars 2, and I was once again amazed by the way achievements can enhance a game.  Without the achievements, I probably would have played enough Geometry Wars to open each stage, and then shelved it.  With them, I find myself wondering if I can beat Chip6/POCKETMEGO/TopHat666/etc.  “Just one more game; I know I can do it.”  Incredibly addicting.

Today’s image is a stereoscopic print that I exhibited at the art show.  The show was a wonderful experience, and I learned a lot.  This year I went with a panel; I’ve already applied for a booth next year.  If you focus your eyes through the images (or if you use a set of stereoscopic glasses), you should be able to see them in 3D.