Questions, They got questions. I got a check-in email from Glass support and the questions were good, but since I am who I am, I wish I could have said more for each response, although they did give text boxes for about half the questions. Luckily, that is what blogging is for. How satisfied are … Continue reading Check-in with Google Glass
The Potomac Review (link is to their page at Montgomery College) is a literary journal that although it is a print-journal, sees the advantages of keeping a blog in addition to its informational site. Also called The Potomac Review, the blog is far more full-featured than the community college-sponsored site, featuring writer interviews, book reviews, and frequent posts about events … Continue reading Videos featured at Potomac Review
I finished my office's move to the room unofficially known as the den. The guest room is now just the guest room and the mahogany desk that converts to a dining room table is back in the dining ell. The arts and crafts desk was a good buy when I found it two years ago. … Continue reading New office complete
One of the available categories of Glassware is Glass software that acts as recipe social media, one that allows you and many other people to make a recipe archive. That in itself is not new, but two of those archives, allthecooks and KitchMe also allow you to search and then run through the recipe using … Continue reading Sharing a recipe with Google Glass
That is the question, although the choice is not really an either/or one. While starting to gather up my promotion materials for the external reviewers, the process somehow turned into me creating a new WordPress site just for the promotion dossier, not that doing WordPress for this is a new idea. Cheryl Ball famously did … Continue reading To dossier or to portfolio?
In some ways, I feel like I have wasted my entire sabbatical. I had a plan mapped out in my proposal and really very little of what was detailed there has happened. On the other hand, that doesn't mean nothing has happened. I still finished the blog webtext and I have a good start on … Continue reading Summer plans
Today was my day to suit up. I went on campus, signed some thesis pages, and began organizing the new projects generated by DMAC. Consequently, I don't feel like I actually did anything, but time spent planning out work is rarely wasted.
Hard to believe that only yesterday I was at the showcase for DMAC. There were some wonderful final projects, and I am grateful to the participants who are sharing their links so that these projects can be viewed by my classes.
This video was from the iBooks session. It was every bit as easy as I remembers, and I learned some more about it.