Time Management

July 31, 2015

I was chatting (via Slack) this morning with a volunteer (an awesome amazing wonderful volunteer, JC, working as the enable events coordinator, managing calendars and doing other work I don’t even know about) about the importance of defending our own time and life balance. It is best to pick the volunteer work that gives us […]

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Enable Community Foundation

May 23, 2015

I finally updated my linkedin profile to document my work for the e-nable community, after helping to found the Enable Community Foundation last October… I was waiting to see how real it would become. I am touched and amused by all the congratulations of my “new job.” To be clear: it is unpaid, people! That […]

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Batman Saved Me!

August 28, 2014

Scheduled some time at the Tech Shop to continue printing the hand for John. After printing all the smaller pieces, I decided to print one of the two big ones, the Extended Thumbless hand – extended to make room for his finger stubs, thumbless because, well, he has a perfectly functional thumb! It took a […]

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Nuclear Power Ironies, Engineers and Lawyers

November 2, 2013

I’m catching up on my edX class this morning and came across this highly amusing slide in the module on nuclear power. ┬áMaybe my kids (both engineers) were right to study French instead of Spanish, even though they grew up in California….    

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