- Full-time work at The Little Dollhouse Company
- Freelance/Contract work for mine and running_forhome
's upstart studio Light Language Media
- Miscellaneous freelance work
- Work for Sticks + Stones Films
Naturally, my instinct at this point is "how do I spend even more time?
". Thank the Wikimedia Corporation for an answer. It seems that wikipedia has a lot of sister projects - one of which being WikiBooks
. The basic idea behind that is to create free, open-source, readily changeable books on basically everything that has ever existed. Now this idea on it's own
is dangerous for me; for a while I've had the itch to write a book on web design, learning HTML, things like that. I've been teaching it, writing tutorials, and tutoring on it for years, so it would be a natural thing to do. Plus I've always wanted to design a book, so it would be fun.
But the really perilous issue here is with a little sub-project called Wikiversity
. The idea? University courses in which anyone can enroll for free, read the wikibooks as course material, and learn over the internet.
The part for me
that I need to watch out for (and the part that is potentially totally awesome
) is that if you prep the course, get the material together, create the curriculum, do all the marking, make the lectures, yadah yadah yadah, then you can sign up to be a professor, too
Uh, holy shit.
So basically, if I disappear for a couple days/months, chances are I've become a fucking professor
As usual, my updating has been rather sparse. But this time, I have an excuse! I've been rather busy with: