Glass limitations

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.

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Resources as resources

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 […]

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How cat friendships are made

“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 […]

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Also work

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.

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At work

Stella, going for a closer look and using the blinds as a neck-rest.

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Cat knowledge

Cats spend a lifetime perfecting the art of the soft spot and napability. Well done, Sophie. Well done.

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It’s a sign

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.

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How close is too close

Checking the limits for Google Glass’s camera–this may be the limit for a closeup.

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