1 00:00:03,810 --> 00:00:05,240 STUDENT: Look around you. 2 00:00:05,240 --> 00:00:08,760 What beautiful patterns do you see? 3 00:00:08,760 --> 00:00:12,020 I have just finished practicing my fractal script. 4 00:00:12,020 --> 00:00:14,980 Seem to have memorized it, so that's very exciting. 5 00:00:14,980 --> 00:00:18,460 And now I guess I'm practicing to speak on camera, which 6 00:00:18,460 --> 00:00:23,430 I'm trying to do in a faster manner than yesterday, 7 00:00:23,430 --> 00:00:25,830 when I paused a lot and that was because I 8 00:00:25,830 --> 00:00:28,660 didn't think through what I was going to say. 9 00:00:28,660 --> 00:00:30,880 And today I did. 10 00:00:30,880 --> 00:00:34,990 On the left, I have this white board 11 00:00:34,990 --> 00:00:38,890 that has a incomplete Koch's snowflake, 12 00:00:38,890 --> 00:00:42,880 as well as a doodle of the pattern that repeats 13 00:00:42,880 --> 00:00:45,140 in the Koch's snowflake. 14 00:00:45,140 --> 00:00:48,300 I have perfected at this point, as well as I could, 15 00:00:48,300 --> 00:00:51,330 the are of drawing equilateral triangles 16 00:00:51,330 --> 00:00:55,690 as I talk about them, so that I don't slow down when I talk, 17 00:00:55,690 --> 00:01:00,520 but also the equilateral triangles turnout sort of OK. 18 00:01:00,520 --> 00:01:03,140 And I'm really glad I practiced before this shooting 19 00:01:03,140 --> 00:01:07,110 because that was a skill to learn. 20 00:01:07,110 --> 00:01:13,550 As to the class today, it was kind of scary and also kind 21 00:01:13,550 --> 00:01:16,380 of soothing because that was it. 22 00:01:16,380 --> 00:01:17,570 The last lecture. 23 00:01:17,570 --> 00:01:22,110 And part of me wished that we continued listening to lectures 24 00:01:22,110 --> 00:01:24,625 and hearing your script because that was easy part. 25 00:01:24,625 --> 00:01:28,090 That was the part that I was kind of, sort of familiar with. 26 00:01:28,090 --> 00:01:31,090 Taking notes, asking the important questions, 27 00:01:31,090 --> 00:01:36,090 such as why show [INAUDIBLE] when talking about engines? 28 00:01:36,090 --> 00:01:39,890 And then coming back and writing stuff about that. 29 00:01:39,890 --> 00:01:44,160 And now, I'm really venturing into an unfamiliar world, 30 00:01:44,160 --> 00:01:46,800 that I've seen in movies, I've seen in YouTube videos. 31 00:01:46,800 --> 00:01:50,740 And actually, I have consumed a lot of YouTube videos 32 00:01:50,740 --> 00:01:52,520 in the past couple days. 33 00:01:52,520 --> 00:01:56,210 Most of which, allegedly were for research, 34 00:01:56,210 --> 00:01:58,550 but then there's of course, a lot of procrastination 35 00:01:58,550 --> 00:02:01,200 going on YouTube. 36 00:02:01,200 --> 00:02:04,780 And even those extra videos, really pushed me 37 00:02:04,780 --> 00:02:07,720 to ask the question of why I clicked on this video, 38 00:02:07,720 --> 00:02:13,130 why I liked this video, and why I continued to watch it. 39 00:02:13,130 --> 00:02:16,940 Which is a question I still continue to ask. 40 00:02:16,940 --> 00:02:20,060 And I don't think it's a possible question because I 41 00:02:20,060 --> 00:02:22,390 remember when during the first class, 42 00:02:22,390 --> 00:02:28,040 we did the activity marking down where we 43 00:02:28,040 --> 00:02:32,490 stopped for different videos. 44 00:02:32,490 --> 00:02:36,120 And some people really liked certain hosts 45 00:02:36,120 --> 00:02:37,890 and didn't like others. 46 00:02:37,890 --> 00:02:39,670 For example, I really like Hank Green 47 00:02:39,670 --> 00:02:42,420 because I enjoy how he talks. 48 00:02:42,420 --> 00:02:45,400 He's fast, he's animated, and he shoots 49 00:02:45,400 --> 00:02:46,910 a lot of information at you, which 50 00:02:46,910 --> 00:02:52,230 is awesome because that doesn't leave me a space to stop. 51 00:02:52,230 --> 00:02:56,450 On the other hand, I didn't really enjoy Bill Nye's video 52 00:02:56,450 --> 00:02:58,690 because it had a slow transition, 53 00:02:58,690 --> 00:03:02,270 it had an introduction, and all those other things 54 00:03:02,270 --> 00:03:04,020 that I didn't want to sit through. 55 00:03:09,120 --> 00:03:11,150 But some people didn't like Hank Green 56 00:03:11,150 --> 00:03:13,090 and some people really liked Bill Nye. 57 00:03:13,090 --> 00:03:15,315 So, I guess I'll never be able to appeal 58 00:03:15,315 --> 00:03:19,100 to all audiences, which I'm OK with. 59 00:03:19,100 --> 00:03:25,254 But back to the post production, it sounds interesting 60 00:03:25,254 --> 00:03:26,295 because it's a challenge. 61 00:03:26,295 --> 00:03:28,580 And challenges are always exciting. 62 00:03:28,580 --> 00:03:32,230 But also I wonder how well I can finish up 63 00:03:32,230 --> 00:03:37,750 the video because well, either I spent a lot of time on it 64 00:03:37,750 --> 00:03:43,560 and get to a shadow of its professional self, 65 00:03:43,560 --> 00:03:47,460 or I do a rough draft because that's 66 00:03:47,460 --> 00:03:50,520 the only thing the time allows. 67 00:03:50,520 --> 00:03:51,850 And I really don't know. 68 00:03:51,850 --> 00:03:54,282 I don't know what I'm signing up for. 69 00:03:54,282 --> 00:03:59,980 I have a visual of how the video is supposed to look in my head, 70 00:03:59,980 --> 00:04:03,810 but it doesn't seem to be the visual possible in real life. 71 00:04:03,810 --> 00:04:07,070 And certainly not something that I can create in a week 72 00:04:07,070 --> 00:04:09,940 and find the music, find the images, 73 00:04:09,940 --> 00:04:19,360 and do all that in-- well, a very short time. 74 00:04:19,360 --> 00:04:22,110 But I'll see filming goes tomorrow. 75 00:04:22,110 --> 00:04:24,780 It doesn't feel real which maybe is good 76 00:04:24,780 --> 00:04:30,000 because then I'm not worried about what's going to happen. 77 00:04:30,000 --> 00:04:32,890 And I hope it becomes real soon. 78 00:04:32,890 --> 00:04:37,380 I'm really excited to film other people's videos and help them 79 00:04:37,380 --> 00:04:42,300 because-- well, it's fun to work with other people, 80 00:04:42,300 --> 00:04:47,230 but also it puts my mind away from my video. 81 00:04:47,230 --> 00:04:49,070 And it'll allows me to learn from them, 82 00:04:49,070 --> 00:04:50,940 which is really awesome. 83 00:04:50,940 --> 00:04:57,030 I think this class has really been the class where I learned 84 00:04:57,030 --> 00:05:00,322 to interact with people and collaborate and learn 85 00:05:00,322 --> 00:05:01,030 from their ideas. 86 00:05:04,360 --> 00:05:07,790 People had some wonderful suggestions. 87 00:05:07,790 --> 00:05:10,790 And everybody had a different perspective. 88 00:05:10,790 --> 00:05:13,480 I think it's awesome that our class had a range of ages, 89 00:05:13,480 --> 00:05:20,170 locations, disciplines, and styles of speech, writing, 90 00:05:20,170 --> 00:05:24,460 and-- there were so many awesome ideas 91 00:05:24,460 --> 00:05:28,540 that I would love to see fulfilled. 92 00:05:28,540 --> 00:05:32,920 So, if I watched a YouTube show based 93 00:05:32,920 --> 00:05:36,710 on what the class has created, that would totally 94 00:05:36,710 --> 00:05:37,720 be my favorite show. 95 00:05:40,970 --> 00:05:43,790 And I hope I can contribute to that. 96 00:05:43,790 --> 00:05:45,220 I'm going to try my best. 97 00:05:45,220 --> 00:05:46,550 I'm very excited for it. 98 00:05:46,550 --> 00:05:50,350 And from what I learned, if you are excited, 99 00:05:50,350 --> 00:05:55,350 that will make you try harder and eventually you'll 100 00:05:55,350 --> 00:05:59,306 put together something that is decent, good. 101 00:06:01,940 --> 00:06:09,830 That said, I'm going to go scout some fractal looking locations 102 00:06:09,830 --> 00:06:12,800 on campus. 103 00:06:12,800 --> 00:06:15,000 And after that, I'll get some sleep 104 00:06:15,000 --> 00:06:18,500 so I look my best for the filming tomorrow.