Monthly Archives: June 2015

Designs for Future Paintings

I haven’t made any paintings in a very long time. So, as a kind of idle fantasy I thought about what kind of paintings I would make if I did want to make them. I would want to keep them … Continue reading

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The Alexandria Project Update

This is where I am at with that – it’s been “dark” because I’ve been applying for grants.   Haven’t got any yet. However, one grant VERY close. I got good feedback on why I didn’t get it, so I … Continue reading

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Another dumb test

Tra la la la la. This is getting boring. I wish this shit would work.

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Elsevier – the vectoral going ever more vertical

This is from Tyler Neylon at The Cost of Knowledge, in collaboration with SPARC “The key to all these issues is the right of authors to achieve easily-accessible distribution of their work.”– The Cost of Knowledge Last month, Elsevier made … Continue reading

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A New Way Of Doing This

So, I now have it set up so that as I write my texts in MS Word (Word), they will appear in WordPress (WP). This makes blogging a breeze. I’m much more comfortable typing in MS Word than the crowded … Continue reading

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Yet another test Word>WordPress>Tumblr / FB

OK. Another whack at the wheel here…. Now it should go from Word to WordPress. WP will then send it out to Tumblr and FB. One. More. Time. WITH GUSTO…

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Another Test – Word > WordPress > FB > Tumblr

So, this is a test to see if I can post from MSWord directly to WordPress, which should then directly post to Facebook and Tumblr. If You see This. It worked. If you don’t – back to drawing board after … Continue reading

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