Tuesday, February 23, 2010

College Applications in the YouTube Age

Oh, please don't let them be in my dorm...

9 comments:

Alyssa D said...

...I've done some pretty weird things. I've done some things normal people would find embarrassing...I participate in line dances, and, last year in fact, have even had to dance on stage being a chicken, and then later a frog (which costume was made up of neon green goggles, tights, a swim cap, a t-shirt, and a tutu)and YET that girl's "math dancing" STILL goes on my list of top 10 most disturbing things I've ever seen.

Stephanie Marie said...

The Video i found the most creative was the video about taking a walk in her shoes. I thought it was clever and insightful!

Sean said...

http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2010/02/triceracopter.html

I found a better helicopter/creature

Seth Martin said...

This a really cool video! It's crazy to watch this kind of thing because 10 or 20 years ago this kind of thing would of been totally unheard of! cool video, makes me wonder what things will be like in another 10 or 20 years...

Rodrigo said...

The video that had a chick dancing around like math graphs shouldn't have been recorded; I like math but now I just don't know. Rhiana Cohen had an interesting video on walking in her shoes, which I liked the most.

lucia.ramirez said...

These videos were completly uncalled for. Especially the girl with her math dance, so uncalled for! Can anyone actually remember them that way? I guess it just made me not like math as much as i did, and thats not very much!

lucia.ramirez said...

These videos were completly uncalled for. Especially the girl with her math dance, so uncalled for! Can anyone actually remember them that way? I guess it just made me not like math as much as i did, and thats not very much!

Tanner U. said...

I think this is a good idea. Millions of vidoes are on youtube and allowing students to submit videos for scholarships on youtube makes it much easier. This gives them more applicants and can choose the best person. Making it easier for both the scholarship fundies and the students...

Aubri_Gonzalez said...

I think youtube is an amazing thing. It allows people to be creative and express their ideas and themselves. I cannot wait to see whats instore for the next twenty years.