The WIFI Webinar: A YouTube Channel Dedicated to Explaining the History of the Internet
Welcome to my page!
I’m Delaney Hildreth, and I’m a nerd! I’ve been an aspiring writer and a lover of technology for my whole life. I love many things, probably too many; random things like movie theatres, potatoes, all types of games, cloudy days, mockumentaries, and making people laugh. Some of my hobbies are crafting new stories and making weird little videos for my own enjoyment. At Presentation, I’m a member of National Honors Society, Actors Theatre of Louisville Ushers, Book Club, and Robotics Club. I’m the president of Anime Club (a very lofty title which I uphold) and I am one of the problem solvers on our Future Problem Solving team. I’ve loved Presentation ever since my first day and I have an incredible amount of school pride. My SIP project is all about the Internet, its history, and what we’re doing with it. To convey its importance, I’m researching and creating video essays to publish on YouTube. I hope to broaden my topic as I go along and cover various aspects, like how the Internet affects our society and our minds, the increasing presence of Internet jobs, activism and minority use, and Net Neutrality. By doing this project I want to develop my video-making skills, and learn more about my favorite invention on the way.
My end product will be multiple video essays published to my YouTube channel, The WIFI Webinar, all covering different aspects of the Internet and its importance, and hopefully a new understanding and respect for the amazing creation that I feel many people take consistently take for granted.