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I showed this monoprint to a friend who exclaimed "I see souls on their journey
We followed along with the announcements from Apple’s iPad event (during which it announced an improved screen with retina display, fancy new apps, and a 4GLTE model. The new iPad will be available on March 16, while the iPad2 will drop in... Read the rest of this postAdd a Comment
cream and park."
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I was in Worcester yesterday at their lovely public library at a NELA-ITS event with the amusing title “Cloudy with a Chance of Connecting to the Future!” I gave a pretty straightforward talk about what libraries need to think about when they think about cloud technologies. And, for a meta aspect, I asked folks on Twitter for suggestions and advice about how to limit the large amount of stuff cloud-related that I wanted to talk about. I skipped my usual “Web page with list of relevant links” format, but you can see my slides and notes via this pdf if you’re interested. More to the point I wanted to link to the sources that I used that I found really helpful.
An old bloke on the beach at Budleigh...a town filled with old blokes.
Watercolour 15cm x 20cm. Click to enlarge.
a sweet little custom angel for a friend of a friend. it's been a while since i've done some custom work so i couldn't be happier to take it on. besides...she's really cute;)
and the baby's name is to be leila marie. so that will appear on the finished painting instead of anna. also, i will be selling REPRODUCTIONS of this piece in my etsy shop. it will be available WITHOUT the name but a name can be added to the REPRODUCTION at no charge.
i'll post it soon, as i am already in the process of painting it...
Just finished the biography of Paul Erdős by Paul Hoffman. He quotes an old joke from the American Mathematical Society: "A Physicist and a mathematician are flying cross-country together. Each is keeping a diary of the trip. They fly over a white horse in Iowa, The physicist writes, 'There is a white horse in Iowa.' The mathematician writes, 'There exists, somewhere in the Midwest, a horse, white on top.' "