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I am a painter and photographer. Portraits mostly, but other subjects as well.

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Ok - your idea sent me to Durbin, South Africa and the page of this person.… Continue

Posted on March 28, 2010 at 4:36am — 2 Comments

Following Hayat Sindi

I have just watched Hayat Sindi's post on Pop Tech. Her company, Paper Daignostics, offers diagnostic breakthroughs for developing countries and it would seem for developed countries as well.


Dr. Sindi's story is full of courage, intelligence and inspiration for all.


Here is a link to her blog


another to her Pop Tech…
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Posted on March 27, 2010 at 1:30am — 5 Comments

Haiku

Constraints should be seen as a tool - think of Haiku - seventeen thoughtful syllables used to express the world and our place in it.

Beautiful solutions to problems are usually poetic.

Posted on March 25, 2010 at 4:39pm — 5 Comments

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At 5:03pm on May 8, 2010, John D. Boyden said…
Sorry! I've been through two carpel tunnel surgeries and lol a writers conference. Just trying to meet my obligation of posting at least a few times to each friend has really driven me crazy! I fell way behind on mentoring. basically stopped, unless i actually noticed a post that needed reply.

Your idea of posting meals is sound. It could/would show a variety of dietary habits. And frankly. Keep in the big macs and fast food. That also shows habits. A project like this could be 1 day, 1 week, 1 month or 1 year!
At 2:10pm on March 27, 2010, John D. Boyden said…
Well done Mrs. Hanson! Nice biography. You are progressing very nicely. As you begin your contributions to our network(and I'm just a player here with no other purpose than to have fun, help, and make suggestions) You might look at several examples of what other people are doing to answer the quests and missions! You can search for lesson1 etc. As a writer, I love the imagine activities. You can use photos for evidence and create photo essays by adding omments. So far I've done one. I do recommend that you don't use any of your money making projects here as the become part of the site and probably go into free use. :) read the terms of use, if you have questions! and a BIG hug to you for your contributions so far. Above all learn and have fun!
At 4:58pm on March 25, 2010, Ternura Rojas said…
Hi! thanks for adding me. I love Haikus, my husby wrote a couple for me when we were dating! (I know: oohhhh, ha, ha)
 
 
 

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