The power of the internet is hard to understand sometimes.
Working with students at King George on Wednesday, they were determined to achieve perfection. As we were shooting segments for their news broadcast, they kept wanting to redo scenes over and over again. I finally had to tell them we only have so much time and they would have to settle for something less than perfection.
Why were they so concerned about the quality of their work? Are they simply perfectionists? Are they this way about all their work?
I think knowing they will have a larger audience makes all the difference. A website called fanfiction illustrates this point well.
Why worry about work that only one person will see, when you can share you work with thousands?
This is what the King George students were essentially telling me.