This was taken when my Zakary, my nephew, was about three years old. He was learning to ride the tricycle at the same time my father was learning to ride the unicycle. I like this photo because they have a look of determination and it reminds me that it's important to continue challenging ourselves by learning new things throughout our lives.
This is my family celebrating Never's birthday. Never was our second dog and we all liked her quite a lot. I was home from university for the weekend and my older sister had driven up from Boston where she was working at the time. My family did silly things like this sometimes and I think that's why I think it's always important to include play time in our lives. .
This was taken in 2004, after the first big snowstorm of our first winter together in New Hampshire. We got about 60cm of snow in less than two days. My wife was excited because it was still quite a new experience. We made a snowman that was taller than either of us. After 5 years of snowstorms, my wife didn't enjoy them as much, but we'll always have fond memories of our first snowstorm.
This photo was taken last summer on a lovely August day. First, my wife and I went out to Vietnamese restaurant and ate some tasty soup. We then had some excellent Patbingsu (a shaved ice and red bean dessert). We then walked all the way home (about 3km) on the lovely coastal walkways of Igidae. It wasn't an amazing, exotic day of foreign travel, but when I think about what is a 'good day', I think about this day.
When I was 20 years old, I took a semester off from university and decided to drive cross-country. I didn't know where I'd wind up or what I would do when I got there. It wound up being a wonderful adventure and real learning experience. I feel very fortunate that my parents supported me in my adventure. My mother made the 'Somewhere or Bust' sign for me.
Working as a butcher's assistant (summer of '88).
The first step toward becoming a vegetarian.
With my nephew, Zakary, when he was a few days old.
He'd crush me now :)
This part is unnecessary on the PUFS laptops -it's already been done. I can skip this step and look below
Go to the Diigo Tools Page
Click 'Get it in Chrome extension gallery now'
and then install.
Once it is installed, you will see a blue 'd' in the upper right corner of your browser. Any time you want to bookmark a page, you can click book mark. If you'd like to highlight part of the page or create a sticky note, click those. You can also share this link via twitter, facebook, email, and/or create an annotated link.
Diigo Groups allow you to join other groups of people interested in the same kinds of sites as you. You can choose to keep bookmarks 'private' if you wish.
Go to the Learning CALL group page and click 'join this group'.
Message to owner is optional and you can choose how often you want to receive email notifications of new links to the group (you can change this later).
Once you've joined a group, when you bookmark a site, you can share you bookmarks more one or more of them when you click bookmark. Using relevant one word will help you organize your links later.
Blogger is Google's blogging platform. You can register for a blog at Blogger.com and your blog will be created at blogname.blogspot.com
Watch the screencasts below for an overview of Blogger and look further down for information about posting photos.
In your skype window, click the 'contact' tab to see all of your contacts. The 'recent' tab will show all of your recent chats.
To add a new contact, type their name or ID into the skype search window.
Another window will pop up with results. Click 'Add Contact' to make that person a contact.
You can adjust setting (including your mic and headset) by clicking Tools/Options.
Any time you see a contact, you can RIGHT click and call that person, send IM (text chat), send a voicemail or a file.
When you are in a skype call, you can mute your mic, activated your video or see the text chat by clicking on the icons shown below.
You can also add others to the call, by clicking 'Add People', clicking their name and 'Add to call'.
If you'd like to hang up, click 'end call'.
When you're in a group chat that you'd like to access again, you can click the write icon (shown below) and change the name.