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A famous sign
laughingsquid: Angry Birds in the Wild
I recently uploaded some photos to Google Photo Backup. One thing it does is automatically group images with similar content and then label them things like “Food” or “Flowers” or “Beaches.” There’s even a “Dogs” one, which features plenty of photos of my dog. And then today I discovered a new one, also featuring myContinue reading “This is going to make my dog mad …”
Nine views of the sky over the past nine days in upstate New York.
Here’s another bit of English from Korea. Here’s more info about the the firm that made these, Lufdesign.
As an English speaker, when traveling abroad my eye often goes straight for written English. I found this to be especially true when traveling around South Korea last month. Even though some Chinese characters are used in Korea, and I know a few having lived in Japan in my youth, the Hangul writing system isContinue reading “English is Seoul: Part 1 — Signs on buildings”
1.1, Copyright 1998 Christopher Johnson Mac OS 9.2.1 Does anyone still use this?
I was invited the other day to take part in an official Albany PechaKucha event at the Opalka Gallery at the Sage Colleges. (Thanks, Elizabeth and Amy!) The idea is that you can give a presentation on anything, but it has be done with 20 slides and each slides must be shown for exactlyContinue reading “Eight things I learned doing my first Pecha Kucha”