Month: October 2014

Fun day of great Harrelson Agency client meetings in beautiful Asheville!

The Next Printing Revolution

Having access to a 3D printer at Hammond has definitely changed the way I think about design, production, and consumption (in a school environment at least). I greatly look forward to the concept of printing to continue to extend from hand written manuscripts to the printing press to 3D printing to this type of molecular crystal printing… But the most interesting application has to be the potential for 3D-printed pills and medications. The technique could …

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Posting to Social Spaces Instead of Blogs

I’ll admit, there are times when I think it would be much easier to share links, ideas, and posts via something like Google+ or Facebook or Twitter rather than my blog. Then I take a deep breath and step back. I realize the instant amount of traffic that is offered by those services doesn’t equate to the feeling of having my own space on my own blog. Just a late night feeling after a long …

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Math on the Simpsons

Fun read… A look into the deep, dark, strangely complicated world of Simpsons mathematics. via Homer's Last Theorem – Boing Boing.

My Favorite Albums

My friend Royce challenged me to list my favorite albums on Facebook. I love music, so this is hard. But here we go… – Nirvana: Nevermind (the album that made me like music and changed my life and my generation.) – The Beatles: (The White Album) (sure, Abbey Road is a/the masterpiece, but I’ve always loved the chaotic underbelly of the Beatles…for me, this is pure music perfection.) – Willie Nelson: Spirit (the best Willie …

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Just told my (in)famous “three legged pig” joke on the sixth grade field trip in honor of all my beloved students who had to suffer through it over the years. All is right with the world.

Packing for my first field trip in a couple of years. Headed to Space Camp with our Hammond Sixth Graders tomorrow through Friday. I’m probably more nervous and excited than they are (maybe).

I Went Back to Android

I tried. I bought an iPhone 5s in August and did everything I could to try and live in an Apple ecosystem full time (for science). However, given the choice at the Verizon Store yesterday between an iPhone 6+ and a new Moto X, I took the Android path. I don’t regret or second guess my decision one bit. I’m typing this now on my Moto X and I’m loving this phone so far. Its …

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