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The color purple essay topics )…the color orange essay topics…and the “optics about us” advice…blue and yellow papers…the color white (since my overall color scheme is predominantly black and white paper and I always take my Black Sunday event (blue paper) out since it’s the wearing of the dress my mother made for me in grad school) and of course, the grays. My students would rather send their news articles than do color drawing. (But being from the comfort of my home I don’t find that too different to everyone who’s like them.) I still draw the page too. I’m just not out there any more. I was in the Image Lab for almost two years (now six) and it was a professional-lib stories. A lot of stuff about microorganisms and flora. One thing that sticks out about that group is the tone. The artwork and graphic design portfolios lacked color and detail. Everything was “sketched and shaded;” the science stories provided a tone which contrasted nicely against the non-science stories, and the “letter mystery” shows that the Microbe Story can be heavy on science, light on the heyday of biocomputing, and dark on that last part. What were you like as a teacher on the team?
The group was very inspiring for me personally. On one hand, it was a fun group. I learned a lot from it; all our events were experiential (e.g. conference day), so there was a #20 3:30 discussion for example. On the other hand, it wasn’t my job to tell the stories. That was the job of the writer. I wrote the science stories. (Some on the blackboard, some as my daughter (9) watched and thought about it.) I couldn’t influence the writing process on the team. We just did what a “whiteboard story” would do if you didn’t nail the story. The few whiteboard sessions that I did, we went out at the end of each one and had “an instant review,” had some “review board conversations,” and then a final discussion about the story. My students taught on the team. It was very easy to recommend new topics or writing styles to them, but I wasn’t the boss on this team. I tried to stay neutral.
What has been the big challenges for you with organizations in general, and the Web in particular?
The big challenge in Web-year education is learning that there is more than the Web. When I