Ah yes, it is actually a very short trip... it was the diversions that have taken so long.
First, naturally, my Bloglines - where Langwitches most recent post about her latest Voicethread caught my curiosity.
I'm still wondering what a bottle on a car means in Argentina because the answer is not yet at her Voicethread: What Could it Mean.
Some of the other Voicethreads looked interesting:
- amypalko's Colour Poetry demonstrates an idea for value-adding, archiving, sharing family, homeschooler or even school children's creative work.
- Kathleen Kyzer's UNC Chapel Hill in Second Life by using one web2.0 initiative to promote another begged me to view and was just interesting enough to keep me viewing though it was so slow I almost quit it several times.
- Freda Nichols' Dixie's House appeared to be using the tool for an art class activity - much like one could in Flickr (without voice).
- I'd like to see my boys use Voicethread to share their activities like cmmatzat did for his Lego Base
- I was so intrigued by Tom Taylor's High Speed Photography that I embedded the thread at Counting Everything, maybe one day I'll try out the technique he explained so clearly.
- The first image of sabestian's Kenya Escape wasn't so appealing to me, but I was curious to hear about a family's escape from war torn Kenya, and am glad I explored it.
Although I haven't created my own Voicethread yet, it looks a lot easier to create than a video.
amypalko's letter writing voicethread mentioned her Lives Less Ordinary Tumblr at which I found this video:
Les Triplettes de Belleville