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Audio, Experiments, Writing

EXPERIMENTS 5_21_2008

05.21.08 | 1 Comment

We had our (sortof) monthly writer’s group meeting tonight. It was at my house, so I was in charge of giving people an assignment and providing snacks and tea. We had fruit salad:

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And the assignment was to bring in something that makes a sound and tell a story that incorporates the sound in some way. Nice and vague.

Matt started off the festivities in style with a performance to which I’m sure most cyclists can relate:

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Jim then scarred our minds with a story about a wooden frog and people wearing socks at awkward times:

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Tracy brought a traditional noisemaker that we thought was only used for New Year’s, but is also apparently used at Purim celebrations:

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Joanna rounded out the performances with a remembrance of the sounds associated with glowing pixels:

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After the performances we talked about the demise of print culture and rise of government sanctioned torture.

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