Weekly Web Harvest (weekly)

By | August 30, 2014

Super Punch “From Luc Besson’s AMA, regarding writing The Fifth Element: At 16, i wrote 200 pages and threw them in the garbage because it was bad. I then wrote 200 more which also finished in the garbage. Then I wrote 400 pages that i kept, waited for 15 years, and wrote a first draft. […]

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The Mother Blog Primer

By | August 27, 2014

The Concept FeedWordPress is the plugin that allows us to create our “mother blogs.” Consider it an example of the “you are what you eat” concept. The “mother blog” is composed of the consumed feeds. FeedWordPress is our spoon. The mother takes all the student posts from their personal sites and unites them in one […]

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Photography – Week 38

By | August 24, 2014

We took a wrong turn but I got to see a doughnut wall. Someday I’m going to wander around this place.

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Photography – Week 37

By | August 24, 2014

I liked how the cat looked like it was outside while being inside.

From the community garden near my work.

The eyes on this insect are pretty wild.

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Weekly Web Harvest (weekly)

By | August 23, 2014

Researchers Easily Slipped Weapons Past TSA’s X-Ray Body Scanners | Threat Level | WIRED “In their malware demonstration, the researchers used a distinctive image to signal to their software that the scanner should replace a certain person’s image with an innocuous one. “ tags: tsa scanners weekly technology future The Smithsonian Wants You! (To Help […]

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Field Botany Changed the World

By | August 21, 2014

Two pretty telling student quotes from the video1 above. “I was real excited that our blog is now an example for anyone. If you want to look up high bush clover you can look on one of our blogs and find our pictures.” “I think that knowing that the blog and the material would be […]

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Weekly Web Harvest (weekly)

By | August 16, 2014

Unschooling: The Case for Setting Your Kids Into the Wild | Nature | OutsideOnline.com “At ages that would likely see them in seventh and fourth grades, I generously estimate that my boys spend no more than two hours per month sitting and studying the subjects, such as science and math, that are universal to mainstream […]

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Photography – Week 36

By | August 15, 2014

I listened to this podcast on macro photographyA photography podcast (no video). Focused on Chicago. with Mike Moats and a few of these pictures are based on trying out some things that were mentioned- mainly trying much higher f-stops. I usually shoot close to wide open. The shift from shooting around 2.8 and lower to […]

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Technology Rapidly Changing – YouTube

By | August 12, 2014

chanegs in tech over the past few years

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Weekly Web Harvest (weekly)

By | August 9, 2014

Things I learned from watching 24 hours of Investigation Discovery. : humor “If you want to murder someone, just send them to Birmingham, Alabama. Someone will take care of it for you. “ tags: alabama murder reddit weekly cloud piano “This installation plays the keys of a piano based on the movements and shapes of the clouds. A […]

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