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Periodically, I come across something unexpected while searching for resources for my classes. I have been testing out one such app (iPad only – sorry Android). It is called Project Luca. I thought it might be worth mentioning this to others. I have plans to incorporate this into our CMWEB […]

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Photoshop Mix

At our September Web Professionals and Adobe User Group meeting, Brian Anderson gave an excellent presentation on his Raspberry Pi Bramble (clustered computers). After the meeting, we had a follow on discussion about the need to teach how to develop applications to run on multiple computers at once. We also […]

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upper Deck Railings

My son and I spent the majority of the weekend building custom railings for the upper deck on his house. I captured a series of time lapse photos (using my GoPro camera) and have created a couple of videos. I thought you might enjoy watching us work. I took the […]

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Phone Scam

Readers of this blog probably know that I teach security topics. Since I recently experienced a rash of phone calls, I thought I would share my story with others. I do not recommend toying with the sorts of people who make these calls. I was just doing a bit of […]

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Behind the Screen – Adobe Acrobat

When I have the time, I try to provide feedback in the way of audio comments on student assignments. As we started the fall, 2014 semester, I also did this. Comments I have received in past semesters (from students) indicated that they prefer this sort of feedback. They have told […]

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