Monthly Archives: August 2003

Splish Splash

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Here, late at night in the Tooting sound laboratory, Dan searches for the ideal means of creating the sound of splashing in puddles after a hard day in the studio. The art of Foley has fascinated me ever since I … Continue reading Continue reading

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Free training from the BBC

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It’s not often that I get really excited about a web site, but the BBC’s free online courses in journalism and production have just blown me away. I can’t quite believe it – ready made courses, designed for their own … Continue reading Continue reading

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Powerpointlessness

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From Inc.com via elearnspace, an article – not a moment too soon – called More Power than Point, about the problem with PowerPoint, or rather how PowerPoint has, according to some, become the problem with American business. Russell Wild coins … Continue reading Continue reading

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Glorious Tooting

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Walking past the car park of the Muththumari Amman Temple yesterday, I noticed that the wonderful chariot that was the centrepiece of last year’s chariot festival on August Bank Holiday was there again. Sure enough, there was another procession today, … Continue reading Continue reading

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Dance Education and the Tomato

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So nice to see that even a humble tin of tomatoes can be educational, as witnessed by this delightful example. This is the learning route: 1. Go to Asda because it’s there 2. Buy tinned tomatoes, because you never know … Continue reading

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Girassol

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Does someone remember planting this in Tooting… Continue reading

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