SpringHaikuTooMuch


Haiku here inspired by Susan Watson’s poem “Quicksand, Ellipsis”.  The story behind this is simple.  When it gets emerald and alive and warm and foggy with spring life squeezing into every open door and window and orifice of perception…well, that is surfeit of, too much of, much too much of necessary Spring. The poem also arises out … Continue reading SpringHaikuTooMuch

Camera Non-Obscura: Or Why the Brain Sees Better than the Camera


I was inspired to write this post by the work of Kim Douillard and Kevin Hodgson in a project called “Slices of Life”. I was especially struck by Kevin’s photos here (and I am avidly awaiting Kim’s).  In Kevin’s night picture, however, I found myself wondering about what I could not see just as much as by … Continue reading Camera Non-Obscura: Or Why the Brain Sees Better than the Camera

Hope Is At Very Least A Verb and Not A Noun


Hope Is At Very Least A Verb and Not A Noun Hope within and hope without, neither mete nor bound, but instead a “beating of the bounds”. A road not taken is still the path  whose right-of-way is an end.   So, where does hope abide? The smoke of words curling from the waking of our minds? No, … Continue reading Hope Is At Very Least A Verb and Not A Noun

PABLO: TWITTER IMAGE TOOL VIA BUFFER


Social media manager tool, Buffer, has added a nice image plaything called “Pablo”. Think of it as Canva for Twitter.  Here is what it looks like under the hood: Here is the finished sample. I have been listening to Pico Iyer’s The Art of Stillness and this quote jumped out in all its quiet grace. … Continue reading PABLO: TWITTER IMAGE TOOL VIA BUFFER

PABLO: TWITTER IMAGE TOOL VIA BUFFER


Social media manager tool, Buffer, has added a nice image plaything called “Pablo”. Think of it as Canva for Twitter.  Here is what it looks like under the hood: Here is the finished sample. I have been listening to Pico Iyer’s The Art of Stillness and this quote jumped out in all its quiet grace. … Continue reading PABLO: TWITTER IMAGE TOOL VIA BUFFER

Scraped and Scratched and Scrabbled and Scrooged


I love reading and learning  blog posts like the one below. How ‘appflows’ reveal the true power of the iPad Air 2 | Electronista. The image above comes from my new play thing,  Adobe Shape which I found in the ‘appflow’ post above. And ones like this. I get a serious ‘feelgood’ from things and people … Continue reading Scraped and Scratched and Scrabbled and Scrooged

css.php