Two more cards turn…

it’s hard to post everyday. I started this blog in part because I implement them and research them so, I might as well keep one myself. I also manage another blog for the Massart new media program, and a wiki (closed), where I’ve blathered on about all sorts of things. But Caught gives me a personal space to try my hand at the public life. Since I’m a very private person, and pretty shy, this is not easy for me to do. I’m also maintaining this blog as a place to keep track of all the swell resources I find out there on the web everyday. So, this is primarily a links blog.

Another reason why I’m forcing myself to do this is because I’m starting to write a book, ok I’m starting to claim I’m writing a book. Once I’ve got some of it together, it will start to make an appearance here, and then I’ll start letting people know about this place, rather than just shouting out alone into the ethernet…

So, yesterday I tweeked PHPnuke all day. I’m finally getting the hang of how it all works together and am actually beginning to enjoy customizing it for AEContent. Yesterday’s card was:

LOWEST COMMON DENOMINATOR

Which is always on my mind when I’m dealing with art teachers and technology. I’m trying to create a virtual peer community for a technophobic group of folks. So, it’s slow going.

Today’s card is:

LOOK AT THE ORDER IN WHICH YOU DO THINGS

I procrastinate, so any order that allows for putting off what I can’t deal with is a good order…

One thing I’ve noticed is, as I’ve gotten older, I’ve started getting some of my best work done in the morning. I’ve never been a morning person. I always wanted to be a morning person but, it just wasn’t happening. Then, about a year ago, I dunno, I started becoming a morning person. It will happen to you too… trust me…

cranky update…

Lowest common denominator… like the atrocious half-time show at the superbowl?? … and I’m not even talking about the stoopid Janet expose. Is this really what people want to see and hear? Whatta load of garbage. And, where were my Areosmith boys at half-time? Pre-game what?? Whatever happened to good old marching bands creating elaborate designs on the field while blasting out barely in-tun medleys of show-tunes? … ah, nostalgia…. Plus, what a bunch of crappy ads (yeah, I admit it, the main reason I was watching).

..oh yeah, go Pats…

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