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Indian Culture Cut Deep Into Rocks

“When I was a kid we would run all around here, climbing the ladders, jumping off the rocks.”

Simon is guiding me through a Pueblo settlement north of Santa Fe more than 800 years in the making. 468 more words

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Dumb servers for personal clouds

I’m delighted to hear that my daughter and her best friend will be collaborating on a blog. And of course I’m tickled that she asked my advice on where to run it. 370 more words

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Vision Is Not Always What You See

While leaving a hotel located on the Mescalero Apache reservation in New Mexico, the  doorman mentions a blind man needing a lift across town.

I look back to see a  neatly dressed young man with a small hat sitting on top of his raven black hair. 467 more words

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eCybermission Program Fosters STEM Learning and Leadership at All Levels

This video (a preview version) recaps a SUNY ESF and Syracuse City School District collaboration in the eCybermission program, a virtual science fair that engaged students in deep STEM learning by asking them to identify and propose a solution to a problem in their own community.   100 more words

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Celebrating Infrastructure

When cycling in forested New England countryside I sometimes wondered about the man-made forest built along the roadside — telephone poles, power lines, transformers — and thought someone should write a book about the industrial landscape. 451 more words

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Arthur's box opening

On last Monday (5th June 2017) I was quite surprised. Our postman called me around 9am and asked if I was home because there was a… 506 more words

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Batman, a Playboy Bunny, and me.

At fifteen years of age I met my childhood hero.

The black magic marker moved across the underside of my skateboard.

“Best of Bat Luck,” said the handwritten words. 478 more words

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