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Lessons from Leonardo

Many years ago I visited my first major art museum. I remember going from room to room in the National Gallery in London filled with wonder as I stood in front of art I’d only seen in photos.   215 more words

There should be a #WackyWednesday!

First of all, I have to admit I’ve been living in a ‘Quil haze this past week.  My usual solid steel immune system has let me down. 389 more words

Writerly Musings

A Visit to the Herbarium at Singapore Botanic Gardens

I really do love my day job. I have the occassional opportunity to venture into interesting places that I am eager to share.

The herbarium at Singapore Botanic Gardens is one of such places. 744 more words

Singapore Bookbinding

Learning from the Masters

I grew up in a small New England town.  It was idyllic except for the fact there was no art instruction.  I learned to draw by copying other artists.  417 more words

Learning from the masters - part 2

In a series of Google Hangout sessions Martin Fowler and Kent Beck , both founding members of the Agile Alliance discusses about TDD

Learning From The Masters

Learning from the masters - Part 1

Craig has shared a nice set of presentation on real-life implementation on scrum.

Scaling Agile & Scrum with Offshore Development – Collaboration over Contracts – Craig Larman… 17 more words

Learning From The Masters

Making your own starch paste

Many people had asked me about making starch paste since all our bookbinding workshops use copious amounts of this wonderful natural, non-toxic glue .

I have never treated starch paste making as a science, you know, like having fixed amount of water added to starch powder and how hot the temperature must be or how long to cool it, etc. 536 more words