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Doll Making Part 2: Hair of the Doll

I talked about where I got the body of my doll from, but maybe even more important – esp when it comes to the “character” of the doll – is the hair. 1,678 more words



forgive me if I post some weird and wonderful images sometimes – trying to learn new processing software…

the rich colours
of autumn

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Data Analytics Professional Interview

Please tell us about yourself

When Sachin Agrawal, a first-year student in the MScA program, heard about the Enova Data Smackdown coming to the University of Chicago’s statistics and data science community, he did not have to think twice about whether he was going to enter or not. 677 more words

Computer Science

How it all started....

Like many youngsters growing up in the mid-sixties and seventies, Saturday mornings were devoted to watching cartoons and playing with Barbies.  I was no exception.  In addition, I loved getting out all my paper dolls and playing paper dolls with my sisters.  370 more words


Getting a diagnosis...

The story goes like this: this is a photo of a door that is closed. Yes, it is closed and therefore works. However, it is not aligned, you can see that the corner does not completely line up with the door jamb. 410 more words


A Little Swirl

I learned something today; Derwant Intense Color Pencils are water soluble.  The drawing today was inspired by yesterday’s drawing.  I like the skinning swirls.

Below is the design I did in Corel Draw. 7 more words


Into Dust


My hands are my mother’s;

the veins, like earthworms,

roll beneath thin skin.

As if wringing rags in worry,

I massage the arthritis

burrowing at my wrists. 26 more words