Tuesday, 16-9-2014. I had a good visit with a friend Friday last. We had about an hour together, and spoke of a number of things . . . one thing I told him was that although I have a # of things that I would be happy to work at, projects, planning, fundraising, more; that […]

Monday Evening- 15-9-2014. As in the program “Black Coffee” – ‘The Irresistible Bean’ – [2009] – after talking of coffee first grown in Ethiopia, beans then smuggled out under clothing to where it was taken to Yemen. From there, it then was grown and traded into Europe. The industrious Dutch then also found the way […]

Originally posted on Little Wolf:
This was the second year for Forest For The Trees, a non-profit mural project that brings together local and international artists in the beautiful city of Portland.  Last summer I requested to be considered in the next lineup, and just a few weeks after wrapping up my solo show I…

Originally posted on Blogging for a Good Book:
Why does the name Dimity appear only in a certain sort of British cosy?* I have never met (or even heard of) a real person named Dimity but one so-named occurs in Miss Read’s Thrush Green series, the Aunt Dimity series by Nancy Atherton, and Susan Wittig…

Originally posted on Bill Mullins' Weblog – Tech Thoughts:
Secret Surveillance Battle Between Yahoo and the U.S. Government Revealed;  Internet Slowdown Day by the numbers;  Android apps are now running on Chrome OS;  Viber Adds Video Calls to Mobile;  How to Kick U2’s New Album Off Your iTunes (Kinda);  Personalize the Windows 7 Start menu; …

Originally posted on Bill Mullins' Weblog – Tech Thoughts:
Facebook Testing Self-Destruct Option for Posts;  Microsoft’s OneDrive now supports files up to 10GB;  30-Second Tech Trick: Faster iPhone Typing;  How to ditch Google for more privacy and fewer ads;  5 must-know Excel macros for common tasks;  Hangouts for Android Updated – Google Voice Integration and…

Originally posted on Natalia Maks:
The amount of wires and cables on the streets of Kathmandu can complete only with some Indian cities. They took over the skies and created their own very chaotic dark design. They draw my attention by creating the nests, or a net pattern against the houses or skies. This outdated…