Wednesday, August 23, 2006

HMMM, Technology

sitepal.com.

Woah, that is cool. I can see that as a fun application, and also useful in training, if you can get past the hair moving away from the head.

While playing with the Demo, I found a model that looked like Rick Springfield, circa 1982.
"I wish that I had Jesse's Girl." na nanan na na.
Technology is even great for Nostalgia.

I wonder if you can use the models as Avatars?

Third Party Line

Today I discovered Third Party sites. Who are the people who come up with these fun ways to manipulate photos? Our trainer clued us into the training card application from FD Toys.

How fun!
Not sure how well the Librarian Trading Cards would sell in the same marketplace with Yu-Gi-O and Wacky Packages, but it sure is fun to play with.

I'm already thinking of party favors that I can make using this application.

Uploaded

I also learned to upload a picture I had on file. This is a horse statue somewhere in Indiana.

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Cherry Blossom


Cherry Blossom
Originally uploaded by Beautiful Dolls.
I decided to search Flickr for something I'm interested in, dolls. One Layer leads to another, and I used the tag to find OOAK dolls. This doll is not truly a OOAK, but is wearing a favorite Barbie Fashion Avenue dress.

7 1/2 Habits

The hardest habit of the 7 1/2 habits for me in fulfilling this assignment is creating my toolbox. It is hard to get access to a computer to work on this project.

The easiest habit is #7 1/2 -Play! Need I say more?

First Day

This is my first post to my blog.