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Monthly Archives: June 2015

Looking Inside

I’ve always loved seeing the inner workings of things. Seriously, everything from ship deck plans to microscopic photography to those encyclopedias with the plastic, layered sheets of illustrations.  I’ve been entranced by them all. Well, I’ve been busy this week and I’m not up to doing a huge, long post about anything, so I’m just […]

Digital Assets After Death

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what happens when we die. Recently, a friend of my wife’s died very suddenly and unexpectedly.  She was not, as far as anyone knows, ill in any serious way.  Nor, again, as far as anyone knows, did she have any medical condition that might lead one to expect […]

Alternatives

I like choices. Also?  I’m cheap. How do these things go together?  Simple, I am forever searching for cheaper, or, cheapest of all, free, alternatives to expensive commercial software packages.  Like alternatives to Microsoft products, so I don’t have to pirate them.  Or, free software that can replace Photoshop or something similar.  But, I don’t […]

Modern Art

Okay, it’s been awhile since I’ve shared something that’s just fun to look at. Time to fix that. So, I titled this “Modern Art”, but I really mean “Art made with contemporary tools and media”.  Not necessarily what people typically think of as “modern art”.  Not, as I recently heard someone describe it “Murals made […]

Hurricane Preparedness

Hurricane season started on Monday, June First. Are you ready? Here in Texas, hurricane season is kind of a big deal.  Or, at least, it is to this kid from the Heartland.  Of course, most of the time, we have plenty of time to prepare because you see these things coming from a long, long […]


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