Okay so I'm sure that my title may throw some people off but I don't mean it to.
We are on the countdown to the presentation and more with 3+ days left to go. Of course my job will be done after I do a closing interview and the slide show is presented on Thursday but things are just crazy for our editor Henry.
He has a lot on his plate for final changes and he is the only one finalizing the slideshow and doing his best to present what the client wants. I feel guilty with all I have left to do is come in and blog one last time then get an interview of my own out of the way.
I'm not trying to tell everyone everyone's business but it is a blog. I don't mean to be rude.
Wow. I wish I would of had things to do over the weekend because it would have left some high spirits that lingered to this afternoon. Too bad Burger King really doesn't live to its motto.
Letters to the Future is an audio slide show created with the help of people all over Champaign, IL to celebrate Champaign's 150th Anniversary. Come join the fun as you listen to 10 pioneers about the past and speak to the future residents of Champaign, and what they look forward to.
Today was my last day as a producer for the Letters to the Future Project,
although the slide show was done a week ago and the team distributed copies of the slide show. (It's also on the website here: http://illinoisyouthmedia.org/projects/letters-to-the-future/video/letters-to-the-future/1)
I had a lot of work to still get done and I'm a little sad to say it's going to be my last day. But I'll be back in about a month. It sure were a long six months this project was. But a had a lot of fun, met a lot of people, and my knowledge grew along the way.