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Makeover your tag clouds (Wordle)

                   I’m hooked on makeovers.  Following my years of careful television study, I now know: v-necks flatter nearly everyone, red shoes go with nearly everything, there are more than hundreds of ways to create the smoky eye. My interest in makeovers extends far beyond my wardrobe (which, btw, itself extends far […]

Makeover your tag clouds (Wordle)

                   I’m hooked on makeovers.  Following my years of careful television study, I now know: v-necks flatter nearly everyone, red shoes go with nearly everything, there are more than hundreds of ways to create the smoky eye. My interest in makeovers extends far beyond my wardrobe (which, btw, itself extends far […]

Your favorite post?

As this blog illustrates, somedays a blogger is more on top of her game than others.  And although I’d never suggest that others have the same issues, for me, bursts of brilliance are rare.  The Edublogs awards recognize consistent brilliance in blogging over the course of the year.  They also recognize a most influential blog […]

Your favorite post?

As this blog illustrates, somedays a blogger is more on top of her game than others.  And although I’d never suggest that others have the same issues, for me, bursts of brilliance are rare.  The Edublogs awards recognize consistent brilliance in blogging over the course of the year.  They also recognize a most influential blog […]

Pew asks: Where do you fit?

For those of us who love those quizzes that tell us where we fit, here’s one that may be just a little more highbrow.  The Pew Internet & American Life Project now offers an Internet Typology Quiz.  This quiz joins Pew’s other quizzes: Test Your News IQ and the Beyond Red vs. Blue: Political Typology […]

Pew asks: Where do you fit?

For those of us who love those quizzes that tell us where we fit, here’s one that may be just a little more highbrow.  The Pew Internet & American Life Project now offers an Internet Typology Quiz.  This quiz joins Pew’s other quizzes: Test Your News IQ and the Beyond Red vs. Blue: Political Typology […]

End of the year at the library

Graduation was Thursday.  Thursday also marked our second annual YearbookDay in the library. This little video shares a little of the energy of the event.  (Though you’ll immediately notice my camerawork has not improved.) Last year the signing happened spontaneously.  This year it was consciously planned.  It makes sense to celebrate the release of this […]

End of the year at the library

Graduation was Thursday.  Thursday also marked our second annual YearbookDay in the library. This little video shares a little of the energy of the event.  (Though you’ll immediately notice my camerawork has not improved.) Last year the signing happened spontaneously.  This year it was consciously planned.  It makes sense to celebrate the release of this […]

It wasn’t good enough: Reflecting on the last week

This time of year I reflect all over the place. I’ve just posted my Annual Report.  Yesterday, I finished reading papers by and sitting in on the defenses of some of our most gifted seniors. I sat in on the final presentations of many others. It’s been a strange year at Springfield.  A good chunk […]

It wasn’t good enough: Reflecting on the last week

This time of year I reflect all over the place. I’ve just posted my Annual Report.  Yesterday, I finished reading papers by and sitting in on the defenses of some of our most gifted seniors. I sat in on the final presentations of many others. It’s been a strange year at Springfield.  A good chunk […]