Sabbatical is done, and I am back to teaching three classes. This is my evening class, full of future middle school and high school English teachers, most of them in their last semester before student teaching. The reaction to Google Glass in this environment is interesting-- a bit positive, and fairly curious about its applications … Continue reading Back to teaching
The doctor is in.
I have a secret need to love what I drive. I think this will do it.
Walking into Siceluff on my way to teach the first class of the fall semester after a semester off for sabbatical. Here we go! The photo was taken while walking using Glass.
This is the last time it will look so peaceful for a long, long time. Classes begin tomorrow.
It doesn't look like it, but the theater actually was very full, just not up front. I was thrilled we met in Coger Theater. In past years the College of Arts and Letters had their meeting in a large lecture room in another building, which meant there really wasn't enough seating for everyone. This is … Continue reading Let the meetings begin
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.
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.
Springfield has one thing to be proud of when it comes to fast food. It has more than one drive through Chinese restaurant and of course, there is the whole Springfield-style Cashew Chicken thing. This is Chinese Chef, a chain.