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"Windward-side", O‘ahu.

 

If there is any doubt that Hawai‘i is on the path of the tsunami debris, these Japanese glass balls that I've been finding for many years may convince you. Beachcombing will never be the same joyful past-time after the tsunami debris begins to arrives.

 

Scientist from the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa calculate that the debris will be reaching the Northwest Hawaiian Islands in the coming months, followed by the main Hawaiian Islands.

 

More information about the tsunami debris at the UHM International Pacific Research Center webpage click here.

 

Le Bambole Mk. VII, "The PinHolga" Pinhole Camera. Kodak Ektar 100. Exposure: f/133 and 2 and 1 seconds (multiple exposures).

this is our contribution to Yeti Research Station at Independent Publishing Resource Center (IPRC) in Portland, Oregon. All the piece done by great local artists will be their permanent collection. Come join us for the opening reception tonight! iprc.dreamhosters.com/

IPRC Kigali 6th graduation Ceremony, Kicukiro 9th March 2017

I made this for the book release & art show at the IPRC opens July 3rd closes August 27th.

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The first Gavel club contest in Rwanda was held with 5 schools, on 17 June 2017.

 

The contest featured:

1)Saint Andre Secondary School

2) King David Academy

3) IPRC Kicukiro Opportunity

4) St. Ignatius High School

5) Bridge to Rwanda

 

The contest gave the contestants a chance to deliver speeches for 3 - 5 minutes. They were later judged on their preparedness and delivery.

 

Those that qualified for the finals were then invited to compete at the Best of Toastmasters

East Africa Conference, which will be held on 24 June 2017.

I've had this song stuck in my head since 6:30 this morning, so it seems only fit to do an upside-down photo today.

 

I was also attempting to do a Thirteen-themed photo today (it's the thirteenth day of the thirteenth month of 2013), but it proved as challenging as every other time I've tried to write numbers on my self for a 365: rather backwards.

 

My day was surprisingly good: the bike valet was very busy but it was warm out, and I was a very steady worker at my second job, the Portland Thorns trades were both good and bad, and then came home to get some work done for the board of Cycle Wild. I do have a ton of IPRC work to catch up on tomorrow, though.

 

114 Pictures in 2014: Vertical

Hereios (my first of the year!): Triskaidekamania

 

[01/13/2014]

Sleep: 7h07m (09:47PM to 04:55AM)

Miles Biked: 12

Steps Taken: 13,945

Alcohol: 0

Caffeine: 4 (2 coffee, 2 tea)

Mood: 4/5

Weather: Surprisingly Warm but Windy!

 

The first Gavel club contest in Rwanda was held with 5 schools, on 17 June 2017.

 

The contest featured:

1)Saint Andre Secondary School

2) King David Academy

3) IPRC Kicukiro Opportunity

4) St. Ignatius High School

5) Bridge to Rwanda

 

The contest gave the contestants a chance to deliver speeches for 3 - 5 minutes. They were later judged on their preparedness and delivery.

 

Those that qualified for the finals were then invited to compete at the Best of Toastmasters

East Africa Conference, which will be held on 24 June 2017.

The first Gavel club contest in Rwanda was held with 5 schools, on 17 June 2017.

 

The contest featured:

1)Saint Andre Secondary School

2) King David Academy

3) IPRC Kicukiro Opportunity

4) St. Ignatius High School

5) Bridge to Rwanda

 

The contest gave the contestants a chance to deliver speeches for 3 - 5 minutes. They were later judged on their preparedness and delivery.

 

Those that qualified for the finals were then invited to compete at the Best of Toastmasters

East Africa Conference, which will be held on 24 June 2017.

If I could describe my day today in acronyms for you, it would look like the following.

 

IPRC: GTD

Thesis: TBD, SOL (but should be ASAP)

Me: IDGAF

 

Sleep: 7 hours, 23 minutes (12:09AM to 7:33AM)

# of Drinks of Caffeine: 3

# of Drinks of Alcohol: 0

Miles Biked: 8.5 (13.6km)

Kilometers Ran: 0

Pages of Thesis Written Today: 0

Pages of Thesis Total: 54

Mood (1-5): 1

Procrastination (1-5): 5

Weather: Sunny and 60 degrees

 

For We're Here: Face Up Wednesday (taken little bit early by 30 minutes..)

I can't wait to start back up with my early morning job on Monday; I apparently do not do well without a set wake-up time.

This coupled with a very very very long day of deadlines meant that today was productive but not awesome.

 

I worked at one of my jobs all day, with intermittent emails and scheduling for my other jobs, and then barely made my deadline at 5:15 to race over to a meeting at the IPRC. Made it there in time, happy to find a volunteer (Bill) had done a lot of work I needed.

 

It was a very long day, but I got to end it at Tessa's "Soup for Tired People" friday night dinner/hang out where I got to eat for the first time since breakfast, meet lovely people, talk about the illogical economics of Harry Potter, AND get nice shoulder rubs from Tessa.

 

Sleep: 8h34m (12:02AM to 8:38AM)

Miles Biked: 11

Steps Taken: 4,762

Alcohol: 0

Caffeine: 2 (1 coffee, 1 tea)

Mood: 2.5/5

Weather: 50 degrees and drizzly/foggy

Shot @Garmisch-Partenkirchen ,Germany,Dec07.

 

This is Zugspitze,2962m,in Garmisch-Partenkirchen,the highest peak of Germany.

 

Visited this place last weekend...Wooah...wat a place ...freezing cold...temperature was some -2 degree...lucky me...got a glimpse of sunlight in this winter season...went to this place via cable-car from Eibsee(1000m)...:))

 

A place to remember for the rest of my life !!

 

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December 6

The Young Alchemists: New Work from Re-use and Found materials

solo show

Independent Publishing Resource Center

917 SW Oak Street #218

Portland, Oregon 97205

Opening Reception: Thursday December 6

6pm-9pm

iprc.org/

IPRC Kigali 6th graduation Ceremony, Kicukiro 9th March 2017

Whether they are capturing special moments in Hawaii, fixing motorcycles in Texas, publishing news stories in Pakistan, creating art in San Francisco, or teaching in China, Bennington alumni continue to pursue their passions and bring creative energy to their work all over the world. Read the bios below for information on the alumni featured in Katari’s illustrations.

 

KEAAU, HI

Britten Traughber ’06 is a photographer who travels all over teaching and taking pictures including portraits, weddings, and fine art; she has taught at Illinois State University, the University of Hawaii at Hilo, and a number of community venues. She is the founder of Rural Independent Photographic Endeavors (RIPE), a grassroots collective dedicated to women’s issues and photographic education. Her website is brittentraughber.com.

 

SAN FRANCISCO, CA

Emily Tareila ’10 is doing a residency at Little Paper Planes; serving as a curator for 18 Reasons; offering the net installment of an ongoing lecture series on how to cultivate a compelling practice and community called Find Your Tribe this April; and in June will be the featured artist at the Independent Publishing Resource Center.

 

PORTLAND, OR

Devin Gaffney ’10 is constantly fascinated by social network analysis, the Internet, and communications technologies and their impacts on politics, culture, and society. He is a ’12 MSc graduate of the University of Oxford’s Internet Institute, and is looking towards a PhD program at Northeastern University in Network Science. Currently he is working as a software developer, and spends his spare time missing Vermont.

 

SAN ANGELO, TX

Stacy Wolfson ’09 moved to San Angelo in March to open a motorcycle shop with her fiancé, James Whipple; they are now the proud owners of Black Sheep Certified Motorcycle Specialists, which will open its doors early this summer. Their aim is not only to provide excellent service but to support the local economy and local motorcycle enthusiasts by facilitating community and providing an epicenter for gatherings and activities.

 

SANTA FE, NM

Jen Bennett ’09 currently works in Boston as a freelance costume technician, craftsperson, and a designer for theater, opera, and television, and travels to Santa Fe in the summer to work with their opera. She has also worked with American Repertory Theatre (making costumes that went onto Broadway with such shows as Pippin and Porgy and Bess), New Repertory Theatre, Disney, Williamstown Theatre Festival, and Huntington Theatre, and toured with Cirque du Soleil’s OVO in the wardrobe department. In 2012, Jen was a draper for Fringe NYC’s production of Our Lady.

 

CHICAGO, IL

Greg Obis ’12 is making and releasing music, and playing in a band with Alex Doyle ’11 and Peter Reale ’12. You can find them online at yeeshband.bandcamp.com.

 

XENIA, OH

Jessalyn Brown Kenworthy ’08 is an animal lover who is working her dream job as a dog trainer for 4 Paws for Ability. She trains and places service dogs with children and veterans with disabilities.

 

NEW ORLEANS, LA

Rachel Whitman Groves ’96 is an esteemed actress and producer, who most recently played opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in the upcoming 2014 thriller Maggie also starring Abigail Breslin and Jolie Richardson, and just shot her first episode of the new Twentieth Century Fox, WGN-TV show Salem as a costar. Visit Rachel’s website to see her work.

 

MIAMI, FL

Ellen Kanner ’83 is the author of VegNews’ 2013 Book of the Year, Feeding the Hungry Ghost: Life, Faith and What to Eat for Dinner. She is also Huffington Post’s Meatless Monday blogger and the columnist Edgy Veggie, and has been published in Bon Appetit, Eating Well, Vegetarian Times, Every Day with Rachael Ray, and Culinate among other publications. She is an ardent advocate for sustainable, accessible food, and serves on multiple Miami boards. Learn more about Ellen at ellen-ink.com.

 

WASHINGTON, DC

Jess Kutch ’03 is the cofounder of www.coworker.org/, an online petition tool that helps people improve their workplace. She is also a Senior Fellow at the New Organizing Institute.

 

NEW YORK, NY

Katari Sporrong ’11 is the artist of these illustrations and the creator of the comic Speak Up that takes a look at the life of David Wojnarowicz. She is working on a new comic series about her curious cat.

 

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IPRC Kigali 6th graduation Ceremony, Kicukiro 9th March 2017

IPRC Kigali 6th graduation Ceremony, Kicukiro 9th March 2017

Title: Histoire des connestables: chanceliers et gardes des seavx [etc.] ... depuis leur origine:

Identifier: histoiredesconne00lef

Year: 1658 (1650s)

Authors: Le Féron, Jean

Subjects:

Publisher: Paris, Impr. royale

  

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GOVRDON DE BEAVLANDE.CtnntJlMef. CHARLES DARCILS.C ij C O N N E s T A B L E s DE FRANCE. ç,, /^ ViLLAVM E OU W^ILLAVME DE Ro.TRENANT DuC ficConncIbblc dcFuil. VJ ■^.ii temps de Louys le Dcboniuire Einpcieur & Roy cic FuiKc , lan V;C. le. 7,iii k^ r r T^ *^ ^ ^^ ^^■•^ • Gu.ii;uin le Jit clhc le orctnier lct]iicl a eu le nomcuVhli Jeciuil^ ^ Conncliiblc Je Fr.incc, qui .iprcs le Roy doit aiion L coiuliutc & le cjouiiernc-Jtnc. nient des Guerres, OucU, Combats, & autresf.iids & ports darmes, aucc linten- dance du les Roys darmes, Hérauts, rourluiuans, i^c autres Ollicicrs darmes , f^£;eneralemcnt fur tous les autres adcs militaires, ainfi que portent les Priuilci;csodroyezaux Connellables. il portoit ,//;frm;r;f! .î trou fift.cs de iticiilk, ch.ima de%-macles itor ,lroii fur li ne , deux fur iMtre, (^ vne fir l.t dernière. Sj. TJOvchard Duc de France, & le premier, fuiuant le Feron, portant le titre &: 4° J[3 nom de Conncftablc , Tous le Roy Charles

  

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AERG Section IPRC North celebrates 3rd Anniversary | Musanze 17th Marth 2018

[08/23/2011] I was gifted a mixtape as a celebration/consolation for going back to school next week. It's a collection of songs about school. After a day full of sleep deprived work and a long night at the IPRC, it was delightful to listen to a mixtape that was hand-cultivated for me. What thought goes into a mixtape... the choosing and arrangement of the songs, the timing of the songs to fit into each side of the tape, the packaging, the tracklisting. I was transported back to the days of crushing in high school.

 

Theme of the Week: Lessons Learned... there's little better than a mixtape

   

Mood: 7

Health: 8

Hours of Sleep: 5.5

# of Drinks of Caffeine: 0

# of Drinks of Alcohol: 1

Miles Biked: 10

Weather: Hot

 

IPRC Kigali 6th graduation Ceremony, Kicukiro 9th March 2017

Inspired by Phil Painter's CI Racing IPRC 1500-class Airbike. More photos on my site.

This is a page-worth of type I set in Caslon italic.

Title: Dictionnaire francois-latin, autrement dict, Les mots francois avec les manieres duser dideux, tournez en latin [microforme]

Identifier: fre_b2062726

Year: 1549 (1540s)

Authors: Estienne, Robert, 1503?-1559

Subjects: Français (Langue) Latin (Langue)

Publisher: Paris : R. Estienne

  

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The first Gavel club contest in Rwanda was held with 5 schools, on 17 June 2017.

 

The contest featured:

1)Saint Andre Secondary School

2) King David Academy

3) IPRC Kicukiro Opportunity

4) St. Ignatius High School

5) Bridge to Rwanda

 

The contest gave the contestants a chance to deliver speeches for 3 - 5 minutes. They were later judged on their preparedness and delivery.

 

Those that qualified for the finals were then invited to compete at the Best of Toastmasters

East Africa Conference, which will be held on 24 June 2017.

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