Well, I'm saying goodbye to the media center for about three weeks *sob* for a camp, but before I left, I did a lot this week.
I first watched our third show, Tech in the Bay, which we finally finished editing (I think.) I added in the pictures for my Inventions Around the World segment, which I thought turned out well. The graphics were well made and everyone spoke well, so I thought it was a good show.
Afterwords, as a group, all the interns started off with field training which was fun, and then Camille and Veronica and I made a mini tape full of random things that didn't really make sense. I loved it though, especially the panic button that Dave had on his desk that said: "Don't panic...don't panic...on second thought "PANIC!" Veronica had pretended to lose something on the computer and then ran away.
I enjoyed watching everyone else's as well. They were funny, creative, and very well done.
Then at 8:00 (on the same day) I came in to do a show called Black EPA Issues. I thought the set was amazing: the fancy props, paintings, cloths... were really cool and they brought the whole set together. It was my first hour long show as well, so I thought it would seem really long, but the time flew by! It was really fun and I didn't notice really how tired I was until I got home. I hope that when I get back from camp: I can crew another show!