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Sunday, March 06, 2005

Audioblogging: Pros and Cons

Listen to the audioblog below for a Blogging Prompt, but mainly because it's cool! ;-)

this is an audio post - click to play


At 3/07/2005 3:45 p.m., Blogger blogster_gherard™ said...

Wow, Mr. K! That audio blogging was very neat. But I was wondering if it is safe to post your own voice in the internet? I mean, your own voice is a valid information about yourself.. and many personal informations can be identified about the voice of a person... like his age, sex(of course) and even body wieght! (^_^)Hey.. It is not that I want to scare people or spoil the fun of audioblogging. I really like this idea. I have more reasons to use the phone and make a long distance call! Nah.. Just kidding.(^_^) I just want everybody to be extra careful, like what Mr. K said.

At 3/07/2005 4:48 p.m., Blogger Mr. Kuropatwa said...

Don't be overly worried about being identified on the internet. The main thing is to try to keep your picture disconnected from your name. Whenever you meet someone in a chat room do not share personal information. Other than that I don't think I'd worry about it over much. Although someone may be able to identify your gender from your voice, 9 times out of 10 they can do that from your name anyway. Which reminds me of a joke: Y'know, if something has a 50-50 chance of going wrong, well, 9 times out of 10 it will! ;-)

At 3/07/2005 11:03 p.m., Blogger blogster_gherard™ said...

hehe! I guess I just over reacted.... hehe... BTW, Nice joke mr K. (^_^)

At 3/09/2005 3:48 a.m., Blogger Adrien G said...

Uses for audio blogging i believe it is somehwat limited but it allows another perspective to be shown on this site. Aduio blogging is more of a way to explain your question or explination in a better or an alternitive way. As you could discuss how and why you did what you did in solving a problem or just ask a question with your reasonings for not undersatnding it. Audio blogging is probaly best used in aiding to a picture or a written paragraph.

Also things that would be a great additive to this blog would be a way to presetn math questions in there true form such as having a sq root represented as it is an extended checkmark or pi as a symbol not as "pi". This would allow us to show exactly what we are having problems with and more time could be spent helping to solve a question rather then putting words into numbers.
Also it would be nice to see a little more outside the box [] information on the backround and more interesting things about math. Such as your side storys that you tell us from time to time about what kind of people created these therioes and how they prooved them. As you still haven't told us about how a guy died because of a triangle. these are interesting things that deal with math indirectly and may help people to have a greater intrest in what they are learning. This along with a side site on the many different math jokes. Such as your friends bog of puns but just with math jokes.

These would be nice extras to blog in progress.


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