Month: May 2010

iPad and Blackboard

Since I don’t actually have an iPad yet (emphasis on yet), I’m free to devote what I time I do have for it to pure speculation about the joys and trials it might bring to […]

Ebooks as Eco-Friendly

In looking for ways to be kinder to Mother Nature, it occurs to me that ebooks could be one way. It also occurs to me that they may not be. Someone told me ebooks didn’t […]

Hot, Flat, and Crowded

I’ve been reading Thomas Friedman’s Hot, Flat, and Crowded today. He wrote The World is Flat as well. I read it, or at least parts of it, a year or two ago and was appropriately […]

On Safari

They said they were going on Safari, for which evidently the only equipment required is a pair of binoculars, known around here as a “close up camera.” That’s what Dusty called it when he was […]

To the Strawberry Fields

Living is easy with eyes closed, misunderstanding all you see. It’s getting hard to be someone but it all works out. It doesn’t matter much to me.

Big Daddy's Bull

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Welcome to Como, MS

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First Peach

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First Tomato

Looks like the Roma tomatoes are going to come in first. Posted via web from Just Haphazardry

Ebooks and Attitudes

rhetoric and composition This is an example of why it is not really necessary for my students to pay anything for books. We have them purchase books because that’s what we think they are supposed […]