Some old lady on a hill deciding on a digital artefact

Hi there. It’s me.

I’ve heard good things about BCM112. I’m cautiously excited.

The media-nerd level is right where I like it – mocking the world with a constant flow of in jokes and well-disguised analysis.

However, I am old. I like long walks in the wind, a fine (around $5) wine and when people aren’t idiots.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m a very keen Sean Bean, I just didn’t pay attention when I was your age….Back in my day! Kids don’t appreciate anything. I remember the war.

Anyhow, three years in the higher education machine has rather sucked my creative juices out of my eyeballs and left them as a dried husks in a cheap tin dish.

As such, I’ve been coming up with and completely abandoning ideas for the digital artifact. I’ve come to the conclusion that I simply must do something that makes me laugh, or I will turn inside out and explode with indecision.

I have 2 rather vague ideas.

  1. A live action recreation of The Adventures of Franklin and Friends with my dear turtle, Socrates.
  2. An audio visual explainer of the landmark series, Firefly, and the power of fan-fiction.

Decision time:


I’d like to keep it simple – make a YouTube video (using Hindenburg and final cut, as I can already worry my way through using the) and perhaps embed it within a page on my blog with supporting materials.

For the Franklin option, perhaps a photo shoot and look into Franklin’s future, and the Firefly option some extra fan commentary, poetry and all that jazz.



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