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I can’t believe it, but this is my 100th post.  I started this blog back in 2005, and it was a slow start for me.  But, over the last year, I have taken more time sharing my words here, and I have to come to enjoy this place more than I ever thought that I […]

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I got up early this morning to work, but I thought that I would show what we did yesterday first. Yesterday, my bgf and I decided to go to the fabric store and look at the garment fabrics.  Usually, we just head straight for the quilting stuff, but yesterday we thought we would try to […]

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I was reading on Dooce today about this photo exhibit, and I thought that I would share.  It is both a little creepy and fascinating to me at the same time.  I love the idea that we might get close to glimpsing the space between life and death.  And, I agree with Dooce that the […]

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Christine Kane just posted a great new something to her blog called “56 Things You Can Toss Out Now.” It is a great list of things that you can definitely get rid of, and I particularly like it because she so simply lays out at the start of her list why we hold onto things: […]

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Academia 2.0

Just thought that I would share a little about what is going on at K-State. This is along the lines of the presentation that I went to last week that I want to tell you about! More soon!

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If you are here, that means that you have found the new blog. It is imperfect. But, in a drastic departure from my normal MO, I am not going to tell you how. This could be a fun new game. You find something that you think might be imperfect, but it turns out that it […]

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So today, I opened up my iGoogle page, which I love, and I looked at my list of blogs I check daily to see if there were any new posts, and I was very excited to fin that one of my favorite blogs had a new post. Today, the post was about imperfectness and why […]

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New lecture

I just attended a very interesting lecture about distance learning and teaching, and it was so cool to hear this guy talk about some of the concepts that I already hold dear. Most significantly, he explained that if we don’t try to be competitive with any of the new media out there, then we, as […]

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Recently, I was sent a link to this video on YouTube. The professor that makes it works at the same university that I do. It is an explanation of what Web 2.0 is. I just found it really awesome, so I thought that I would post it here. Check it out! I think that we […]

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Today at lunch, I realized something significant. My friend is in the middle of some amount of crisis. She is trying to figure out what she wants to write her MA thesis on, and she is troubled by the fact that her interest has changed while she has been working on this particular paper. And, […]

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