Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Summer Doldrums

Today was a rainy, slow, boring day.  Only Chris and Christian showed up for class, so we let them do whatever they wanted and here's what came about.

We also posted some of our awesome remixes from the other day.

Matias - NIN Remix

Monday, July 29, 2013

Music Remixes

Today the students tried their hand at a new music remix.  This time around the song is 'Me I'm Not' by Nine Inch Nails.

We'll have some finished tracks by the end of next class, but rest assured the songs are shaping up very nicely.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

ReNews... get it because we're a library.

The News only took a couple weeks to be reported, but I'm sure it's still totally relevant and important.  Completely.  I'm serious.

Monday, July 22, 2013

More News is Bad News

We let the kids take one more crack at recording news broadcasts.  We got some good stuff and some ridiculous stuff that was terrible.  When they're finished editing, we'll let you decide which was which.

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

News Broadcasts

Today we went back to the news.  A few more updates needed to be reported on, and one of our students compiled a nice broadcast to tell us what was going on.

Monday, July 15, 2013

Tinker This!

Today we continued our 3D design projects.  The kids made some great stuff and we even made some cool party glasses using a template from Cubify's contest.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013


Today, the kids took a stab at, a free 3D design website that allows you to create your own 3D objects.

It took a while for the kids to get through the opening tutorials and learn to use the website but after that they launched into making their own bizarre creations.

Monday, July 8, 2013

PNG Action News

The most trusted news source for ridiculous teenagers.

and the inevitable blooper reel...

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Action News

The group put on their reporter hats today and traveled far and wide to bring you the latest up-to-date news.

Unfortunately, their broadcasts are getting stale waiting to be edited.  Here's a sneak preview of the professional level of journalism that these kids display.