I was getting kind of bored with Storify.
So, on Friday, I experimented with Brickflow.
So, last night was super fun.
I joined co-workers Brittany Wilson and Sarah Chain to kickoff the NewsVroom’s yearlong initiative of visiting York County libraries.
We traveled to Dover Area Community Library, where I had the opportunity to present my ideaLab project to Girl Scout Troop #20195.
The best part: One of the girls recommended I go set up my “office” at Chuck-E-Cheese.
Here are some photos from the event:
The guys from the new event, White Rose Thunder, invited the media out Thursday for a flat track racing demonstration at the York Fairgrounds.
I’ve written about the event before, at least twice, so I figured I’d do a video with a QR code for print, since I figured motorcycles whizzing around a dry dirt track has to show up great on camera. Continue reading
As I’ve previously divulged, I lose things.
This includes, but is not limited to: my phone, car keys, and my head, if it wasn’t attached.
Back when I first got my iPad, I did some creeping around for good note-taking apps. I didn’t to pitch the paper pad.
Thus, I found Notability. It seemed cool. I liked the idea of syncing audio with writing.
The app burned a hole in my iPad, until I tested it out this week using a $13 stylus I bought at Walmart . Below, I took notes on a mobile reporting adventure through the York Galleria Mall food court, where I graced the elderly mall walkers with my presence (blog to come, on that adventure).