To educate, inform, inspire

OWEA outreach at Hunter Museum

We met with the public at the Hunter Museum of American Art on August 6. The event was well attended by members of business and industry as well as numerous educators from Chattanooga, Atlanta, and surrounding communities. These are some of the snapshots taken during this time. I did ask […]

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OWEA meeting

Members of various organizations (Adobe, Opera, WOW, AIGA, WaSP and Interact, to name a few) met to discuss the current state of web education and what can be done to improve opportunities for the profession and for aspiring professionals. We spent the majority of 3 days covering a multitude of […]

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HelloWorld.show()

One of the most intriguing art exhibits we visited was the HelloWorld.show(); exhibit and reception. Computer code as art. Quite a concept. A few of the images from that exhibit are shown below. Some of the participants in the OWEA (Open Web Education Alliance) meeting also had their art on […]

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Delta Queen

Our meetings in Chattanooga were held on the Delta Queen river boat. This craft was created in the 1920’s. It was a wonderful juxtaposition to discuss the future of web education in such a location. Here are a number of snapshots of the Delta Queen. I will be adding more […]

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Chattanooga, TN

I had the pleasure of visiting Chattaqnooga, TN during the first week of August, 2009. These are some of the photos of the city and surrounding countryside. This is a most impressive city which has tremendous support for creative individuals. Thanks to Leslie for all her hard work in organizing […]

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Are these instructions literal?

During my stay in Chattanooga, I encountered this sign. Should I follow these instructions to the letter? If so, what is the purpose of the toilet? Would the maid be upset? Wouldn’t it be a rather messy proposition?

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San Jose area

During my visit to Adobe, I also visited some of downtown San Jose. These are some of the snapshots I took during my visit. The art project where the trees were dressed in sweaters was rather interesting. Hope you enjoy these images. www.flickr.com

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Billiards outing

Adobe also had a social event at a local “watering hole.” As you can see, the competition was quite intense between Gigi, Randy, Joseph, Brian, and I. We had a great time. www.flickr.com

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Saratoga Springs outing

One of the social events set up by Adobe was an evening picnic in the Saratoga Springs park. These are some of the photos/ snapshots I took. It was getting rather dark as I walked some of the trails. What a great opportunity to meet so many new friends. www.flickr.com

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Adobe Institute 2009

These photos were taken at Adobe Headquarters in San Jose, CA during the 2009 Summer Institute. It was fantastic meeting so many people who share my passion for teaching these technologies. Many thanks to Adobe for facilitating this wonderful networking. Those who wish to learn more about my visit are […]

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MT, Black Eagle Falls

These are the falls on the Missouri River closest to Great Falls, MT. The dam impounds a significant amount of water and is used to divert the water into a generating plant. Most of the falls have hydroelectric facilities near Great Falls. There are 5 major falls. It must have […]

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Giant Springs State Park

Giant Springs State Park is located on the Missouri River. It is connected by one of the shortest rivers in the US – the Roe River (it is only 201 feet in length). The water from the springs wells up through cracks in the limestone (visible in some of these […]

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Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center

We visited the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center in Great Falls, MT while on our vacation. This exhibit was highly informative and well organized. I recommend it for anyone visiting the area. It really helps one understand the extreme conditions encountered during their journey. I particularly liked the information detailing […]

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Ryan and Morony Dams

These are falls (and dams) on the Missouri River near Great Falls, MT. They are further downstream than the falls I visited in March. Lindsay – thanks for taking us to them. I believe these were the first of 5 separate falls faced by the Lewis and Clark Expedition. They […]

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Moon Landing Anniversary

I find it hard to believe it has been 40 years since I was sitting at home watching Neil Armstrong take┬áhis first steps on the moon. I recall tape recording Walter Cronkite’s commentary. Should still have the tapes somewhere (wonder if they are still viable). What was previously science fiction […]

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