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I made this as part of my 30 minutes of random art. It took 30 minutes in part because I had lots of help and ideas from my children who also balanced on me as I tried to select items. It’s something like extreme ironing but with PhotoShop. On the other hand, it may very well inform how they see media and teach them things about PhotoShop/concepts about layering etc.
Physicist puts Nobel prize medal up for auction | Science | The Guardian “For Leon Lederman, at 92, the details of the work that went into discovering a subatomic particle have become hazy over the decades. “I don’t have any real stories to tell about it,” he said. “I sit on my deck and look at the mountains.” “ tags: weekly nobel prize perspective Open Music Theory – Open Music Theory “Open Music Theory is an open-source, interactive, online “text”book for college-level music theory courses. OMT was built on resources authored by Kris Shaffer, Bryn Hughes, and Brian Moseley. It is edited by Kris Shaffer and Robin Wharton, and is published by Hybrid Pedagogy Publishing. Major funding and technological support (including the building of the technology behind the interactive music notation modules found in this text) came from the team at Trinket.” tags: weekly slack text open github jekyl textbook fork music theory reticent – Phocabulary word – Photo Word of the Day to improve and enhance word memory. Beginner, intermediate, advanced words including definition, synonyms, and antonyms. Found this via a trackback. An interesting idea and easy to make in WordPress. tags: vocabulary images words language weekly Nothing To Do With Arbroath: Phone-absorbed man bitten after accidentally stepping on snake “Tim Malone has been the DJ at Skateland in […]
Unschooling: The Case for Setting Your Kids Into the Wild | Nature | OutsideOnline.com “At ages that would likely see them in seventh and fourth grades, I generously estimate that my boys spend no more than two hours per month sitting and studying the subjects, such as science and math, that are universal to mainstream education. Not two hours per day or even per week. Two hours per month. Comparatively speaking, by now Fin would have spent approximately 5,600 hours in the classroom. Rye, nearly three years younger, would have clocked about half that time. A stubborn calf. Fin and Rye also take care of their own dwarf goats. Photo: Penny Hewitt “ tags: weekly schooling education kids nature Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.
This is a guide for instructing posthumans in Dadaism ” In such times Dada objects amuse everybody, and since these objects are (mostly) made collectively, they are a strong community bond. Amusement (of oneself and others) and the making of art communities are the goals of Dada. Dada is a priori against everything, including goals and itself, but this creative negation is very amusing and is meant to be shared. For one whole century, Dada has delighted in uncovering and using contradictions, paradoxes, and negations, the most important of which are: 1. most people read signs, Dadas make signs, and 2. most people are scared of scary faces, Dada makes scary faces.” “ tags: dada weekly ds106 thoughtvectors dadaism tweet Open Payments Data Doctors and their payments . . . tags: data medicine government Health Care Big Pharma weekly Texas alligator attack: Man killed in Orange County – CNN.com “”He removed his shirt, removed his billfold … someone shouted a warning and he said ‘blank the alligators’ “ tags: weekly alligator attack texas Six reasons the blanket octopus is my new favorite cephalopod | Deep Sea News ” Young female blanket octopuses literally rip the tentacles right off portuguese man-o-war jellies, and uses them like little octopus nunchuks. Octopuses hold onto these tentacles with their suckers, and the scientist who accidentally discovered this “experienced […]