Monthly Archives: December 2010

Timing. And Floods.

I was supposed to be at a conference in London this week. I cancelled at the last minute, leaving a bunch of people to cover for me. I am grateful to them, and apologetic about the other holes I left … Continue reading

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I Hate Email

No really. Email apocalypse. Laptops, desktops, phone — sent mail folders won’t sync across platforms, mail subfolders won’t sync across different email programs. I lost documents because I can’t remember which computer I sent them from and the Cloud has … Continue reading

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Email Apocalypse

That is all.

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My First Indian Wedding

For years I’ve wanted to go to an Indian wedding. I love good parties, and I’ve been assured they qualify. So in November my friend K got married in northern India and I finally made it to an Indian wedding! … Continue reading

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Innovation and DIY

For the past couple years I’ve been fixated on how to bring the DIY/Maker ethos into academia. I don’t especially want to *study* this idea. I just want to do it. A terrific group of students signed up to explore … Continue reading

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