Notes from the runaround
Post #1366 • June 17, 2009, 2:57 PM • 132 Comments
Yesterday I built an eleven-foot-long, carpeted handicap ramp for the dog, a 16-year-old lab mix who can now get up and down the outside stairs much easier, thank you. This morning I looked at a studio in Hyde Park, in a buildout of a train construction facility from the early 20th Century. It has 22-foot ceilings, great light, great neighbors, and good proximity to the house. Tonight I attend the first night of Arduino Bootcamp at Willoughby & Baltic. I have no idea what I'm going to do with it but every other study of technology I've ever made has paid off somehow. Allow me to direct your attention to some items of note elsewhere:
Modern Kicks has picked up again lately to great rejoicing (on my part, anyway).
Edward Winkleman deserves props for his forthcoming book.
Joanne Mattera gets in the first take on Jackie Battenfield's career guide.
Bunny the Redoubtable has a new post up.