Well, it’s been a crazy week, so here are three old posts from the archive, and one relatively new one:
- American Triangle Trade video. This is the new one. It’s got a student voice in it, thanks to the presence of a parent, and it’s not bad. I’ve got a lot practice at making these over the last few days, but I think I could probably do better. I’ll just have to keep making them.
- This one is about fiber fabric, which functions like a camera. On the other hand, there hasn’t been any news about it since July 2009, which is when I first found out about it. So no obvious progress.
- One of my notes-blogs from NECC 2009, about using Blogging software for content management systems. I remember being really bored in this session, but it was OK.
- And here, from 2005, is one of my first poems to appear in this feature, from when my blog was over on LiveJournal: the Summer Greeting. It was nice to get a burst of summer in the late fall (or even early winter-ish… brrrrrr). I used to write a LOT of poetry, most of it based in nature from when I was walking the campus at my old school with the dog, and before that when walking outside was almost the only way to de-stress myself. I think this helps remind me how important it is to be outside.
So there you have it… a bonus fourth post from the Archive, just because it’s Chanukah, and we all need a little extra light this time of year.