Blogging has a lot of benefits aside from increasing your social communication. It can also help writers to develop new relationships with their audiences and build new partnerships across disciplines.This info graphic I created shows the benefits of blogging in a palatable and an easy to understand perspective.
Ever wonder why lately, the internet is pouring their love for Nikola Tesla and condemning the douchebag (oops) that is Thomas Edison? Check out this comic from The Oatmeal on Tesla’s greatest contributions to the world.
credit: The Oatmeal
More comics from The Oatmeal here.
So last August 16, 2014. There was this commotion in the plaza mayor. A shoot for the Manila Film Fest, the “BAD ANG SINUNGALING”. And since our class was tasked to observe the production of the movie, we took as many pictures and videos as possible for our attendance. But we also enjoyed ourselves to the fullest (of course there are SELFIES included) since this is a rare opportunity to watch a live production. We also act as extras in the background, which I’m not really proud of but, I admit it is actually fun especially when you have friends to share the experience.
I’m not really excited about the artists, since I already saw Marian Rivera in Panagbenga and I’m not really a fan of Ryzza. But what I had been excited about are the directors and scriptwriters even the videographer (just watching the production excites me about the future) since I also want to experience a job in Film production.
I also want to experience directing a film but it’s not my dream job for my goal is still a creative director.
Since I only use my phone camera, the pictures that had been taken were blurred and not really that clear. And for the video that I had taken, I don’t know why I can’t somehow upload it in YouTube so I only posted some pictures.
NOTE: Unfortunately, I’m late in posting this blog since I really do have some problems in connection. I can’t really go at the net cafe since I don’t have enough allowance last week so I decided to go home this weekend to have easy access on the internet.
Only two students complied with Students Joining This Workshop Gets Perfect Score
And three new blogs:
Most Helpful Spider So Far by Janea (¥nY)
I have written some pointers as to how we can all improve out blogs.
Jurassic Spider Eats Birds
by Kristen Anne Uy, 3AD-7
With people standing, staring, astound,
The colors soaking into them,
The art evoking heart in them.
I find them very pretty
I watch them glisten upon my city
But I always see myself ponder in bed
Why oh why are they color red
When the time has come for sun to veer
The sunlight goes through more of the atmosphere
Light scatters and only shades of red pass our eyes so clear
And that learning, I will share to my peers
Authors Note: Since I will not be joining the creative writing workshop of the varsitarian, I created this short poem to comply with Sir Cumagun’s requirement. 🙂
What Does Sound Look Like?
posted by Ihna Marie S. Del Rosario
What if the Moon was a Disco Ball?
Students Joining This Workshop Gets Perfect Score for Linguistic Intelligence PROJECT.
Message specially addressed to
Feel free to choose any theme you wish to develop. I suggest however, that you write in the science fiction genre both for tackling the themes of either Advertising or Natural Science. For students who are enrolled in both of my classes, you submit only one entry (as the workshop rules say) but get perfect score for the assessment of linguistic intelligence in both subjects in my class.
For those not joining: You are required to write a short story or poem and publish it in our mutual blogsite. Those not joining the contest are limited to the themes on science and advertising. The deadline for posting is the same deadline indicated in the competition guidelines. Not included in the guidelines, but since you are artists, you are required to add a visual component to your story or poem. Note: ADPRAC4-3AD-6 & NS102-3AD-6 are required to write two creative writing projects —one short story and one poem to comply requirements for each of your two subjects.
Ideas for everyone: Recall our class exercise on Einstein’s “riding the beam of light.” Do the exercise on your own again and visit science and advertising places riding your Light-beam Transporter and write the story of your journey. For the classes that have not done this with me, I suggest you try this exercise on your own. For all my classes, I can accurately say that we have discussed the importance of imagination in our study. Joining this workshop is the best time to apply imaginative techniques in our academic and professional work.
Prof. Rom Cumagun