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While I was working on video tutorials for the STARTALK team on how to add content to our drupal site, I ended up doing a demo tutorial on Wordle.  If you haven't checked out Wordle yet, it's a slick web program that takes bodies of...

We're just about to Spring forward and kiss the cold weather months goodbye, and despite my staunch vote for summer being the best of months, I can't help thinking of Autumn's past and some of my favorite pictures from the season.  These are all from...

Back when I was first forming my thoughts on design education and technology as a tool (as opposed to a crutch or a speed bump), I was interested in the idea of creativity having endless facets and outlets.  I've been lucky enough to have a...

Why do you hate me so much? I know I didn’t grow up with you, so I’ve developed no means of guarding my stomach against the trouble that you’re known to cause an intestine or two. I can understand why you are an...

Dennis and I went to this exhibit at the New York Botanical Gardens with the intent of my getting some new flower macros.  However, between the stench of the chrysanthemums, the countless bees buzzing around, and the proliferation of bad children running amuck, we quickly...

Had a little fun with Photoshop taking these shots from my garden and making them look like they were fading under the test of time.  Enjoy, and feel free to contact me for a print of any that you like - 100% of the proceeds...

In putting together shots to sell for the National MS Society on behalf of our fundraising team MS is BS, I ended up finding several shots of flowers grown in my gardens in Virginia (and two from the National Arboretum). [gallery link="file"]...

In rummaging through the stores of goodness she's kept on her hard drive, your host came across a veritable treasure trove of sweet designs from back in the day. Or as her sister has put it, evidence that we've always been hilarious....

The joy of getting married multiple times (to the same person, of course) is that you have tons of opportunities to design the goods needed to notify the world of the nuptials. Here are tastes from two of my three ceremonies, the Central Park...