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2013: My Year In Numbers

The process is to create a keynote presentation with all the builds and animations, export it out to iMovie, add your music and voila.
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I like data. There I said it. But the caveat is I like data that I choose and create, not necessarily data that someone thinks is important or useful. That may just be a topic I’ll explore in a future post. This post is more about fun and playing with data.

Last year I created this video for 2012 and decided maybe I’d replicate it for 2013. My plan was to simply work off the keynote I created and swap out numbers and a few images. Should be easy. For whatever reason, I could not find the original keynote file. Thus I started from scratch but essentially recreated the same video. The process is to create a keynote presentation with all the builds and animations, export it out to iMovie, add your music and voila. While it was more work than I wanted, probably about 6 hours total, I do like the possibilities of Keynote for other things like kinetic typography. I know the pros will use After Effects which does the best job, but keynote and PowerPoint can probably get pretty close.

At any rate, here’s my year in numbers.

cross-posted at http://ideasandthoughts.org/

Dean Shareski is a Digital Learning Consultant with the Prairie South School Division in Moose Jaw, SK, Canada, specializing in the use of technology in the classroom. He lectures for the University of Regina and is the Community Manager of the Canadian DEN or Discovery Educators Network.

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