At least it's something I'm going to try after hearing Robin say it...
Work to live instead of living to work.
Meryl has come up with a concept for using CSS to find legacy HTML when you're upgrading to XHTML/CSS compliance.
I wake to his sweet sounds
da, da, da
to his little hands pushing
against my shoulder
languidly, I crack my eyes open
because it's only 4:30 AM
he nudges me urgently
he points to something across the room
he's ready to meet the day with usual vigor and excitement.
Is there anything better
than waking like this?
I love being Lorenzo's daddy.
Robin suggested we go to see Krishna Das at Yoga People in Brooklyn Heights. He prepared a kirtan session (singing/chanting along with Krishna while accompanied by harmonium and tabla drum) for children. We sang fun songs like "Where did you get that ring, Hannuman?" and the kids danced and played. The children were very adorable and had a great time running around in the yoga center -- not many of them actually sat and sang along. They're kids after all. They did enjoy playing behind the dressing curtains and sliding around in the socks on the wood floors though.
This is an interesting search screen for a visual resources database
developed at Berkeley by the Flamenco folks. They are surfacing the facets and indexing used to organize their images. This is an excellent way to push the metadata elements of database records to the surface. This concept would translate well to my Visual Resources Index database recommendations.
See for instance, this record for a Josef Albers work. Each indexing/access point "People, Period, Styles, Concepts, etc." is listed with hyperlinks to find records with similar indexing. This is the power of indexing. Why doesn't this happen more often on the web? Because if you don't capture/index on those facets, you can't use it to for browsing.
Tuning The World is a beautiful site combining photography and music in a very unique way. Check it out and compose your photographic mosaic and symphony.