School’s out Friday

This was the brief advertising firm D1gits was given;

The iPad act was a custom creation, made to be performed in the Stockholm booth at MIPIM trade show in Cannes. It was commissioned by lovely bureau Step2 Communications and the brief was to create a visual, magical and striking presentation about Stockholm using modern technology.

I think they filled the brief pretty well, don’t you?

A long weekend ahead in celebration of the Queen’s birthday. A monarchist I am not, but I’m happy to take the holiday break right now. I’ve got plenty of work to do, so this weekend will be heads down with fingers taped to the keyboard I’m afraid. I’ll try and squeeze some time with family and friends in, provided I keep myself on track and knock over as much as I can for two presentations and some school report writing . I know, you’re brimming over with envy right now, aren’t you? Who could resist such a tempting weekend’s activity? Me, for one, but I’ve got to commit or I’ll be mightily stressed this time next week!

I hope your weekend sounds more promising than mine. Enjoy whatever comes your way.  :)

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  1. Jennifer cain

    I sympathize with you Jenny about report writing, but why is it that teachers feel the need to have a dig at busy teacher-librarians who ‘don’t have reports to write’? Do they know that we are often up at midnight trawling the web for reliable, age appropriate sites to include in a pathfinder to support their students’ research task and scouring the Internet, following tweets and blogs to bring them the very latest apps and ideas for them to use in their classrooms?

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