I'm sorry I haven't recorded a podcast in a few weeks! I've been trying to get the next video together and have been spending all of my time glueing popsicle sticks together. I keep learning more and more as I glue, so I hope the video will be really informative.
What I'm doing now is getting a bunch of projects together in various stages of completion so when I sit down to record the video in the next week or two, I'll be able to do the whole thing at once and won't have to wait for things to dry. I'll say, "Now you wait for this to dry," and I'll have one already dry that I can pick up and keep going. Just like a cooking show where you don't really see them cooking. They already have one in the oven ready to pull out.
My tally of popsicle sticks purchased is up to 3900! I've only used short of 2900 of them so far (all right, not that many because a lot of them are wonky and need to be pitched, or at least put aside for future use where wonky sticks will work). I'll have all of my prototypes finished in the next day or two, so then just a matter of when I have a free day and a good hair day at the same time so I can film the video!
My living room looks a little something like Santa's workshop right now. If Santa made everything from popsicle sticks...
I'll try to podcast next week. Or at least write a note to let you know how things are going and what I'm up to!
By all means, save the wonky sticks. SAVE THE WONKY STICKS! What would Timon and Pumbaa have to say if you just threw them away. So, reuse, recycle... resist the temptation to throw away wonky sticks! They can be whittled into more interesting sticks. Glue 'em together into one big stick that you can poke Terry with.ReplyDelete
And if you ever need a cameraperson/behind-the-scenes helper for your big-budget productions...
Okay, I'm going to the office now.
Огромное спасибо за потрясающие идеи!!! Буду следить за блогом, много всего интересного. А мой блог о науке, надеюсь, тоже понравится ;)ReplyDelete