Monthly Archives: November 2011

Confession #5 – Class handouts

78 pages. That is my confession today.  A massive, mind-blowing, 78 pages. 78 pages is the number of pages of paper that I have collected in handouts since I started my challenge.  These are hand outs from class:  a copy … Continue reading

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Confession #4 – A second assignment

Last Friday I handed in another assignment for ESD 200. As with the first assignment , it involved me printing 2 copies of the assignment and handing it in person.  24 pages of sin, handed in… to the Centre for … Continue reading

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Confession #3 – Tasty Treats

Okay, they were just too tasty to resist. At least they were fair trade, right? Could I have avoided using this small amount of paper?  Most definitely!  Did I want to?  No, there were much too tasty!  Did I know … Continue reading

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Confession #2 – Paper for introductions

Once again, please forgive me. I have used paper and must confess.  Today was the first session for our class informal introductions, in which we have each volunteered to do a couple minute presentation of our background.  In order to … Continue reading

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A love letter to my iPad

Dear iPad, Do you know dear, how much I love you?  I shall not compare thee to a summers day, but instead to perfection. Your beauty is exquisite, your functionality limitless.  You open instantly for me, and allow me to … Continue reading

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