The past two weeks Shelly, Rachel and I have traveled together in Philadelphia and Washington DC. I created two different, short digital stories using the free iPad app “Adobe Voice” to reflect on some of our experiences around the DC area.
— Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. (@wfryer) July 3, 2015
— Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. (@wfryer) July 6, 2015
I also posted a lot of our photos from the trip to several different Flickr albums:
Over the fourth of July when we hung out with our friends, the Casebeers, I had an opportunity to interview Jonah about his amazing experiences last year at MIT for the Battlecode competition. I published that interview as a podcast on my main blog.
Today is our final day of sightseeting before we fly home to Oklahoma, and I’ll add our photos from today (which we expect to include the National Archives and the Library of Congress, among other destinations) to our Washington DC July 2015 photo set. We’ve had a great trip!
Today in my STEM class I showed an amazing video of eruptions from the Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii. This was one of our “curiosity links” for this week. In one class, student questions about how lava cools led me to discuss “lava tubes” and show this photo of a lava tube which I took in 2009 when our family visited the big island.
Hey it’s Rachel! I’m thinking of starting a minecraft on my youtube channel, RachelArtist. Make sure to check it out! xoxo
This short video, “Saving Bruce the Shark,” is a creative story told and created by Rachel yesterday using the iPad app, “ToonTastic.” Since we added a new iPad to our family collection, Rachel has inherited her own. Mom is encouraging her to use more apps for creative “making,” since her favorite computer activities continue to be WATCHING YouTube videos and playing Minecraft. Rachel is a creative storyteller and “maker!”
I dedicate this to my Nana, who is in the hospital with pneumonia . Hope you get better Nana <3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHg53hTNJOc
A few weeks ago when Rachel and I were in Manhattan, Kansas, we went bowling with my dad. I took photos while we were bowling with the idea that we would later create an eBook together. We did (using Book Creator for iPad) and took turns narrating it. It is available as a downloadable EPUB, a PDF without audio, and as a video on YouTube. I plan to submit this to Apple’s iBookstore but have not done it yet.
Rachel: The old domain we’d bought for your first Snowflake eBook (MeetSnowFlake.com) expires tomorrow. Since we decided not to keep that domain, I moved the entire website and made a few small updates/changes to it. The new address is a “sub-domain” of your main website. You can find it on snowflake.rachelfryer.com. If you publish another Snowflake book, like you were talking about over Christmas break, you can publish/link it there also if you want.
I also remembered I setup a Twitter account for your Snowflake book series, it’s @MeetSnowflake. I posted about the new site address and made some changes in the Twitter profile. If you want logins to both the site and this Twitter account I can make/give you those.
We've decided to not renew our old domain, so the original "Meet Snowflake" website has been moved to http://t.co/s2DWu5lu3a
— Meet Snowflake (@MeetSnowflake) January 28, 2015
I think you should write and illustrate a new Snowflake book by yourself, and we should publish it to iTunes together.
So recently I made a my little pony OC ( which is a pony that resembles you ) in the Devin Art Pony Creator. I had pink hair, gray body, and blue eyes. A while ago I posted a comment on one of Amy Lee 33’s videos, and someone commented back at me. We had a little conversation going, then decided to be youtube friends, sub for a sub! I commented on one of her vids asking if she could draw me as a pony. And she did!! Shoutut to you Viki Roblox if you are watching this, thank you sooooooooooo much!!!!!!!
Thanks to Kevin MacLeod for the music in my video, “Life Of Riley.”
OM goodness! I was surfing youtube ( suprise, suprise ) when I stumbled upon this AMAZING video! It was made in minecraft using note blocks, which if you play minecraft, you know how hard it would be to make something like this! I really like this song, and this song and the real song are almost IDENTACLE! Check this out. I guarentee you will be blown away.
I recently just discovered this new minecraft series by one of my favorite minecraft youtubers, Mr. Stampylonghead. It shows the basics of minecraft, and how to survive. If you recently just started playing minecraft, or want to, I strongly suggest Stampy’s series.
This is a video that I found while I was watching another video on YouTube. While I was watching it, I got me to thinking about it. What really is my goal in Minecraft and in the real world?