Video Preparation Checklist

This weekend is my last chance to fine tune my process and prepare as much as possible for Saturday, April 19th. This weekend I will head down to the Alamo Saloon around the time that I will be filming and do a run through with the schools cameras and equipment.


  • 2 video cameras
  • 2 tripods

Rough Video/Video Setup

  • edit rough footage this week
  • take notes
  • apply to footage with actual camera this weekend
  • get footage around same time of filming (9am) this weekend
  • edit the new rough footage
  • note the angle of camera, what equipment is needed & not needed
  • find a pathway for the camera while filming


  • arrange tables so camera can move through smoothly
  • remove table cloths
  • hide cd player
  • remove picture boards
  • remove card board from floor
  • put new light bulbs in stage lights
  • hide the sanitizer, red solo cup, menus, post card stand, and fly swatter from bar
  • take down paper signs on saloon doors
  • release swinging saloon doors
  • pin back main doors


  • 23 8-counts with 3 ending counts (1, 2, 3)
  • perform on stage for first 15 8-counts
  • dance in crowd for 6 8-counts
  • head toward stage for 2 8-counts
  • kick with crowd members for 1 8-count
  • end routine

Prop and character checklist

  • can can skirts, tops, bloomers, shoes, garters, fish nets, feathers, makeup
  • hang banner
  • cards
  • poker chips
  • sarsaparilla bottles
  • main character – Audrey
  • bartender
  • piano player
  • cancan dancers
  • dancer 1 – Dariane
  • dancer 2 – Malorie
  • dancer 3 – P aige
  • dancer 4 – Sarah
  • dancer 5 – Savannah

Rough guestimate of video length

  • whole can can song will play, so at least 2:00 long

Rough ‘Video’ Draft

How the video turns out depends on the material I end up with from the interview.

I will have Cody Brummet’s music playing throughout the video. 


Topic: Musicians in the Digital World


Introduction of Video:

Cody Brummet – start out with Cody playing his music

  • The footage will start with with Cody playing and then fade into the next clip
    • The volume level will be taken down so it’s not too loud throughout the film

 First Point: The history of making music and distributing it.

  • To be able to record your music, you had to have a lot of money.
  • For new artists to be discovered, you had to get your name out there by performing many live shows.  Hopefully your music/band will spread by word of mouth until someone with the money wanted to support your music.
  • Music distribution has evolved over the years from sheet music to vinyl to 8 tracks to cassette tapes to CDs to what we have now, being social media.

Second Point: Making and distributing music in Today’s world.

  • There are multiple ways to record your music, and it’s easier and cheaper than ever.
    • It’s cheaper to rent studio to do ‘professional’ recording for music.
    • Once your music is recorded it, all you have to do is upload it to the internet.
      • Social media is a great way to spread your music: Facebook, Twitter, MySpace,
      • Show this through a clip of uploading music online.
      • Due to this new technology, from recording your music to uploading it, it makes it possible for everyday musicians to become more successful and has given a new meaning to independent musicians.


End the clip the way it began –Cody playing and the film going out of focus and the music and video fading out

Networking 1 Lab 7

Paige Piper
April 19, 2013 

Objective: Further understanding networks & subnets


  • Computer
  • Router
  • Switch
  • Command Prompt
  • CAT5 Cables

Notes and Observations:

Task 1: As a group, we decided to use 2 routers, making 3 subnets

Task 2: Using our imagination, we put one router in Salina and the other in Manhattan.  We made a network out of a laptop and desktop for Salina, and the same for Manhattan

Task 3: We chose to make a class B network or

Task 4: Since we only had 3 subnets, we only needed to borrow 2 bits, making our subnet mask

Task 5: Next, we assigned IP addresses, subnet masks, and gateways to where they need to be

Task 6: We configured each router with an IP address that linked back to its subnetwork

Task 7: After we built the network, we tested the “connectivity between all machines”

Forms, Diagrams, Charts: 


Conclusion:  Our group seemed to move pretty fast through the lab without many issues.  I used the command prompt once, which was slightly confusing, and I had to be helped through every step.  This lab helped me understand subnetting a little more, but not much; it was still pretty confusing.


References for my Video Report

My topic is over Google, and their impact on today’s society.







Chapter 8 & 9 Review Questions

Chapter 8

What is tint?

-Tint means that white has been added to a color.

What is shade?

-Shade is when black has been added to a color.

What is intensity?

-it refers to the level of pure color present.  For example, if you start with a red color and increase the   intensity enough, it will turn into pink.


Chapter 9

What are complementary colors?

-Complementary colors are colors that are direct opposites on the color wheel.  Those are colors that go well together, or “compliment” each other.  As you can see bellow, purple compliments yellow, and red and green go together as do blue and orange, etc.

What are 3 main hues that are classified as cool colors?

-Blues, violets, and greens are “cool” colors.  As you can see above in the color wheel, the cool colors are separate from the warm colors and compliment warm colors.

What 3 hues are classified as warm colors.

-Reds, oranges, and yellows.  Again, the warm colors on the color wheel are opposite the cool colors and compliment the cool colors.