Time Lapse Mural Creation High Speed Art

As you may have noticed, I have been ranting about, practicing and exploring the practice of graphic recording/facilitation. Last week we tried to take a series of pictures as a chart was made, but I haven’t figured out how to put them together. Then comes this amazing video, Time Lapse Mural Creation High Speed Art

 (I had the video embedded, but it keeps breaking the WP site so I’ve moved it off. The link is above.) 

Stephanie Crowley’s work is amazing and this video gives a sense of how a full production chart is created. My assumption here is that this is a chart made not in real time at a conference, but something created to be shared and saved/displayed. Nice inspiration for a Tuesday.

Archive: What does video do to your online identity?

This is a repost from my old Blogger Blog from here.

It is weird to see video of myself online. Robin Good’s WeblogProject captures me in a way that is both familiar and strange to me. Is this part of my identity on the web? Yup, I guess so, squinting and all, with, as my pal Rosana says, duck-bill lips. Mamma mia.

Tonight I was dealing with an issue about privacy and identity in an online community I support. We happily “talk” away to each other in ways and places that we forget are open to the spiders of search engines, the traces we are increasingly leaving across cyberspace.

What advice would you give to people? How much should we show? Why? When?

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