Things To Do

This page, was inspired by Wil Wheaton’s Wish list. A wish list for life – in his words

“Everyone should make one, and check it from time to time, and see if you’re living your life, or just existing.”

more to come.

4 thoughts on “Things To Do

  1. Garrick, you got me curios to find out more about the Novel in a month idea. I think I’ll read the
    No Plot No Problem book first before committing. This may just be the exercise/challenge I need to break my perfectionist-driven analysis paralysis!

  2. 300 re-usable cameras

    I think you should do a project with school kids. Find a charter school with 300 students or less and incrementally allow each kid to have a camera for a week. They get one week to photograph whatever they want, but they must at least take a few photos at school and a few photos at home. The kids couldn’t all have the photos at once, because you would end up with a lot of photos of kids with cameras.

    Maybe it could be 30 students a week for 10 weeks, and you could give the camera out across grades. This would be perfect for that awkward time called middle school.

    The project could be published on I think that those cameras photos can be made into digital at the time of processing. On Flickr the photos could be tagged in such a way that you could group them by week, month, boy, girl, grade, race, ethnicity, age.

    This sounds like so much fun. I wish I had 300 cameras. Let me know if this peaks your interest. I could help.

    Maybe it is too costly. I don’t know how much money you have, but I think for such an interesting project, you could get some help.

  3. P.S. I want a vacation home and Europe and to run to office, too.

    Check out my podcast. It isn’t great yet, but I am working on it. I would appreciate suggestions. And maybe you would consider adding me to your TC podroll eventually.

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