I have been working with a fellow student on our projects. We have met to go over code issues when his blog wasn’t aligning properly (I’m an old hand at html) and have had a few discussions about our projects.
I entered Second Life today, probably at the expense of the Constitutional Law work sitting in front of me. It feels strange to be doing something so closely related to how I previously entertained myself, even if it is for
The course has simultaneously been going on as an extension school course and a project for the internet community at large. Many of the meetings have been taking place in Second Life, a virtual community. In the beginning of the
The video of my presentation to the class is posted here. I presented starting at 1:38 Tuesday. Our class uses the question tool – a means by which the students in the class submit and vote on questions to the
My project is beginning to take shape. I am sending out a plea to various leaders in the childfree community and asking them to contribute. Although I still have a ways to go, the prototype for the website is here.
I should also add a link to the class podcast blog: http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/cyberonepodcast/ Which includes the podcasts of the student participants, including the extension school students. It seems a lot of people have chosen issues within cyberlife to advocate – which
It appears that the later option – hosting it here – isn’t a realistic option. Each harvartd.edu address is permitted one blog. Which means that when this course is over – I’ll either have to erase it, forego another opportunity to
Our projects are starting to take shape. I am rehashing the assignment from before in order to tailor it better to the goal of empathetic argument. This is especially apt for my project, since empathy with the other side is
Part of the assignment is to make a feedback journal about my experience with the scratch game. Two birds, one stone. I made about three or four trial games before my final version. I had originally made a simple driving