Month: November 2007

  • Scared to write?

    I feel timorous about writing this blog entry. I’ve just come home from a get-together with my writing group, I have the urge to write, I can feel the words and ideas jostling for attention in my my mind, but . . . dare I actually write when I know they can read these words? […]

  • A bit of housecleaning

    I finally did my WordPress 2.3.1 upgrade today and changed my theme at the same time. I waved goodbye to the nice Ocadia theme from Beccary, which has served me well for nearly a year. Now I am using the Beast-Blog theme from Mike Cherim. There is a lot to play with in this theme, […]

  • Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge

    After writing about anatomical illustrations, I stayed in graphic mode and found another great link with a story, thanks to Visuality. The US National Science Foundation is taking submissions between Sept. 28, 2007 and May 31, 2008 for its Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge in each of five categories: photographs, illustrations, informational graphics, interactive media, […]