Solving

I dislike things like puzzles and brain teasers. I hear stories of people who do escape rooms and I cannot comprehend the appeal. When confronted with such things I sieze up in a matter of moments and bail. Perhaps “dislike” isn’t the best word to describe my relationship with puzzles, brain teasers, and the like….

In My Lane

There is a statment I’ll often make when I’m confronted by some technological problem which took me a bit to figure out. “I wonder what normal people do?” The answer is, often, “They call someone like me 1.” Then the pandemic washed over the country in March and I came to realize just how relevant…

Going Remote–An Idea For Teachers

On August 13, the Palmyra School Board voted to begin our school year all online. This was the right call to make, as there are too many unknowns and the mitigation strategies put in place at schools would be terrifying for younger students, but it does stink. Our education system was in need of a…

Bridge Building

I’m not much of an original visual artist. While I’m passable with basic 1 graphic design, for my vector files I tend to rely on elements traced from bitmaps 2. Original, from scratch, designs are pretty much beyond my skillset. But that doesn’t keep from from trying. Monday night I was looking over the agenda…

In Motion

I’ve had Apple’s Motion application for a couple of years, but really haven’t done all that much with it.

Going Pro

My Father-in-Law brought his new 12.9 iPad to our house, about a month after it was released, and the moment I set the absolutely stunning screen in front of my eyes I began to see the possibilities. Unfortunately for me, the lack of access to local external storage, the inability of Lightroom to handle RAW…