Google Glass has its limits as a camera. It goes for the overall picture rather than the foreground. On the other hand, it is there, and I get far more shots with it that never would have happened otherwise.
I'm making my final edits for the online Writing II syllabus and just added more to the "responsibilities" section. This section is a shorter version of an email I send to all online student a week or so before the class begins. The syllabus section used to end with this (hat tip to Steven Krause … Continue reading Resources as resources
"You check it out and I'll be right behind you. Yeah." I have posted this before, but it bears repeating. I am in the midst of Project 365, which means at least one photo/video a day. One of the reasons I'm doing it is to gather up resources for digital poetry. So far it has … Continue reading How cat friendships are made
Somewhere between laundry on the left, mail to put away on the right, and the door to somewhere else sits the cat's point of view in the sun.
Oh, the work of being a cat.
Stella, going for a closer look and using the blinds as a neck-rest.
Pierre and Stella enjoying Caturday.
Cats spend a lifetime perfecting the art of the soft spot and napability. Well done, Sophie. Well done.
When cats stop pretending that every day is Caturday and start holding cat faculty meetings, it's a sign that it's time the human's sabbatical was over.
Checking the limits for Google Glass's camera--this may be the limit for a closeup.