Monthly Archives: November 2009

Part I: Learning About Learning From My Ancestors — Mama

I’m rather fixated on learning. Actually, I don’t think I’m fixated; rather, I think that learning is just an inherent part of me. An inherent part that is inherited. Here is the beginning of my history, and you’ll soon see … Continue reading

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What I’ve Learned about Photography, Knitting, and Feedback

The purpose of this blog is to document my thoughts, ideas, and journeys through learning. PHOTOGRAPHY Right now, I’m learning photography, and it’s soooo much harder than I thought it would be. I mean, I have a digital camera, so … Continue reading

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Thoughts From My Window

I’m sitting in our dining room looking out our windows at this great city of Chicago. We’re on the 10th floor, and look south over the Museum of Science and Industry and east over Lake Michigan. On a clear day … Continue reading

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Where I Live

I live in Chicago in a neighborhood called Hyde Park . Here is the sidewalk along the park . We have wonderful bookstores , Abandoned churches , Modern architecture , Hidden spaces , And some delis . There is so … Continue reading

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Twitter and Training and Thoughts

So a classmate of mine just asked if he could interview me for a course. Of course I said yes – who doesn’t feel that oomph in your gut when someone flatters you enough to want to interview you?  So … Continue reading

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