Thursday, March 21, 2013

Big Bucket of Worms

The above is what happens when I learn about massive open online courses (MOOCs), sign up for three of them through Coursera, start a Tumblr blog as part of an assignment for the statistics course, decide that I don't like the looks of the Tumblr, fiddle around inexpertly with HTML for a couple of hours, learn a very tiny bit about changing the code for colors and header images, learn that I can copy/paste all sorts of novel things into my HTML that will probably come back to bite me in the ass in a month or so when I become more dependent on the blog for assignments rather than personal recreation, crop a screen shot of the Picasa photo scroll from the series I snapped in October, and upload it to my poor, neglected DnB blog solely because I don't know how to put an image into HTML code unless it is a URL.  I don't even know what JavaScript is.  I think it has something to do with HTML.

Thanks a lot, Coursera.

I have two other, more lucid, posts from February gathering dust in here.  My mom visited for a pair of weeks, and I haven't posted much.  I'll get right to it.

My sister had a beautiful, precocious baby girl!

Mom touched the North Sea, and it was cold!

Ed petted five more cats!  At least!

This medium-sized local 10k made me look like I won the Olympics!

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