Here’s the live version of my Ignite talk on writing, where I give voice commentary over 30x time-lapsed video of me writing an essay about writing:

Below is the original version posted (40000+ views /  background on how it was made here), with an audio track recorded in the safe confines of my office. Both are worth a listen as the commentary (and vibe) is different:

The actual essay created in the time-lapsed video is here.

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9 Responses to “Live version: How to write 1000 words (time lapsed video)”

  1. Curt Rice |

    Loved the time-lapse idea! In fact, I’m going to use it at a seminar here at the University of Tromsø this fall, and blogged about that today at
    Carry on!

  2. Mama Megs |

    I blog and find these tools and tips shared to be resourceful. You speak straight to the experience, you exemplify the experience. I find in working with my blog that writing like one thinks takes careful punctuation. Any tips for help with improving the word flow through punctuation usage?

    BTW loved the point on the best sentence moment! So hilariously human! Thanks for the refreshing post. I’ll be back for more.

  3. Dzianis |

    very useful, will try to use this tips, thanks

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