Tilt-shift thinking…

I’m fascinated with a new visual craze hitting photo circles called tilt-shift photography.  This is a technique where the lens is actually not directly attached to camera but separated by a “shiftable” lens or other homemade device.  It gives photos a blurred effect around all portions of the photo but the middle. This makes the items in focus […]

Posted at 6:40 pm on December 1, 2009 | 2 comments | Filed Under: General | Continue reading

The “Immernet”…

I was listening to an interview with Tony O’Driscoll last week about MMOG (Massively Multiplayer Online Games) and their role in the enterprise (also heard him speak at Learning 2008 in Orlando). Toward the end of his interview, he mentioned the term “immernet”. I thought whoa…I like that word. His intentional adjustment of the term […]

Posted at 9:18 pm on August 24, 2009 | 2 comments | Filed Under: eLearning, General, Interactivity, Technology | Tagged: , , , , | Continue reading



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