Analyzing the Obvious

Flies fly I looked up “flies fly” on google. It was interesting to see how many flies there actually are and the many different ways that they can fly. I also read many forums about people asking if you pull one wing off will they fly in a circle and other silly questions and statements.…

Man-Computer Symbiosis Revision

I think that I can relate with Brian’s post about how easy it is to lose things. I bought a new phone from Verizon half a year ago and the sales associate wound up erasing all of my pictures, like my daughter’s first birthday, (even though he swore up and down that he backed it all…

Man-Computer Symbiosis

“Books are among the most beautifully engineered, and human-engineered, components in existence, and they will continue to be functionally important within the context of man-computer symbiosis.”   This was a tough article to read, interesting content but it was so plain Jane scientific journal style that it took me an hour to get through this…

Connecting Colleagues

I found Tiera‘s associative trail to fit with my actual interests. I like the band Radiohead. I also noticed  how the way she searches kind of pings off one another. It is a trail that is easy to follow, but one idea sparks another and makes a nice, neat little history. I also like how her…

As We May Think

In As We May Think by Vannevar Bush, there was one quote that really stood out to me, “A girl strokes its keys languidly and looks about the room and sometimes at the speaker with a disquieting gaze” (para. 27). I was reading the article, honestly kind of really bored (even though I am a…

Associative Trails

  For my associative trail, I looked up microphotography. I think I have found a new obsession that is slightly making me question my career path, ha ha! The images are beautiful and I would love to do both lab and personal microphotography. The images are so sharp and bright. I have not seen anything…