I was reading this article from Neel Bhatt, Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology, UW Medicine, University of Washington and it covered the expected two ways we hear our voice and why we find it “cringeworthy”. I was familiar with this from previous work I have done with audio in both broadcasting, filmmaking, animation, and game design.…… Continue reading Why do we hate the sound of our own voices?
A trick appeared in the Recommendo weekly newsletter on using Google Search. I have read about this, and recognize the reminders when I used Google Search and I still don’t use it regularly if at all: An under-appreciated Google search trick is to focus your search by excluding all unwanted alternative meanings — you append…… Continue reading Google Search Trick
This is from Rob Walker, TAoN. I think I will use this in class, especially with the 2nd big summer heat wave upon us. The back story: Mallory says she was talking to friends about the recent record-breaking temperatures in Canada — presumably a record most of us would prefer not to be part of.…… Continue reading If you could be part of any world record, what would it be?
I have come back to this article, 10 Signs You Will Suck at Programming, a couple of times over the last few years and it reminds me of less measurable skills.
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/05/learning/bracelet-of-silence.html?smid=url-share Fr NYTimes Picture Prompts https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/05/learning/bracelet-of-silence.html Problem of the Day sneaks back in. Assuming the bracelet is a “1.0”. So many things to think about!