Working via the Internet defined 2010 for me. Although I wore many different hats as an independent contractor, all of them allowed me to do almost all of my work from my computer, here in Indiana or from various other places I traveled during the year. A couple of highlights: I began working as a […]
Today, I got this in my email from a friend. Click it to open it and read the message: Thanks, Noriko!
A short article (plus slideshow) that I wrote about Google Reader is currently the monthly feature on the Distance Course Design and Consulting Group website. Of course, it’s my job to write them, but you could check it out anyway. Those are my hands in the pictures, by the way – and you can see […]
I work with an amazing group of people who have a wide variety of skills. Two of these people are Patrick Nakamura and Nathan Hutchinson, and one of their amazing skills is photography. They took a series of photos of some origami frogs that I folded, and one of my favorites is above. I may […]
It’s not exactly seasonal, but here’s my latest origami creation. If you want to get technical, it’s not a teabag reindeer, but a teabag-cover reindeer. What are those things really called, anyway? Like the other origami photos I’ve posted recently, the instructions are in Genuine Origami: 43 Mathematically-Based Models, From Simple to Complex, by Jun […]
devil vs. tyrannosaurus by Elizabeth Lavolette is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.
My boss generously gave me a Barnes & Noble gift card as a graduation present* (thanks, Melissa!), and I blew it all on a new origami book: Genuine Origami: 43 Mathematically-Based Models, From Simple to Complex, by Jun Maekawa. I’ve made several things so far, but this Western Dragon is the first one that I […]