So, when I finished last semester, I still had chapters 8-17 and a few smaller pieces still not uploaded from my research project. After my awesome summer internship I will be presenting my work on pfour at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Technology and need to get the rest of the videos up. So. Here goes my 12 hour day of video uploading. Every time I get a new video up on YouTube, I will post it here. Watch out!
Update, 2:26pm. First video up! It’s “Birches” by Robert Frost
Update, 2:56pm: Second video up! It’s “Mending Wall” by Robert Frost
Update, 4:22pm. “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” by T.S. Eliot. Enjoy!
Update, 6:19pm. Parts 1 and 2 of Peter Pan, Chapter 8 are up!
Update, 6:37pm. Part 3 of chapter 8 of Peter Pan is up.
Money quote: “To die will be an awfully big adventure.”
Update, 6:42pm. All of chapter 9 is up (this sudden bursts of uploads has more to do with queuing than huge jumps of productivity :-D).
This is one of the quirkiest in all of J.M. Barrie’s quirky book. In it, the Never Bird saves Peter and Wendy from drowning by letting them use her nest as a boat. It shows Peter at his most transcendental. Enjoy!
Update, 7:32pm. Part 1 of Chapter 10 is up. It’s missing a bit–go to the YouTube page for the text of the missing parts. Part 2 is on its way.
Update, 7:45pm. Here it is!
Update, 8:06pm. Here is chapter 11, parts 1 and 2″
Update, 8:55pm. Here’s Chapter 12, parts 1 and 12:
Update, 10:11pm. Parts 1 and 2 of Chapter 13 are up:
Update, 10:15pm. Parts 1 and 2 of chapter 14 are up. Horray!
Update, 10:54pm. Both parts of Chapter 15 (“Hook or Me This Time!”) are up!
Update, 10:58pm. Sad update. I cannot find Chapter 16. But you can read it here. Coming up is one of the most bittersweet chapters in all of children’s literature. The final chapter of Peter Pan.
Update, 11:04pm. Last chapter *sigh of relief*. Parts 1, 2, and 3 of Chapter 17 of Peter Pan, by J.M. Barrie
I spent 9 hours working on these videos today, and I still feel jazzed. I love creating defined objects that will be used, that help people access things I love. I love it. Time for sleep.
A hundred ten in the shade is sorta hot, but you don’t have to shovel it off your driveway. ~Author Unknown