Stuff Spreads

In 2005, the Journal of Applied Microbiology published a study finding that the spray from flushing a toilet can reach about 6 feet in multiple directions.  The study also proved that the spray indeed includes microorganisms and particles of whatever else was present. This finding made me think about stuff spreading.  An analogy I have …

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What does this look like now?

Recently, I started to feed my curiosity by learning what others believe will be the lasting impact of the pandemic on schools.  Below are a few articles I found interesting.   Analysis from the 74million.org Article from thejournal.comArticle from edsurge.comArticle from the Washington Post Disruption is often the catalyst for change. Let’s see what we learned from …

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Finding creative inspiration during bleak times

Taking pictures, among other creative pursuits, feeds my purpose.  I suspect a lot of people feel the same way. That is why during the doldrums—what I call the days between seasons—it is particularly challenging to find inspiration. Like a lot of self-taught photographers, my entry into the medium started with my first iPhone.  Once unleashed, …

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