Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Friday, October 30, 2009

Dark Friday

listening to some tunes

Monday, October 12, 2009

Test Post 2

Call me 'undeniable

Test (final)

This is a Test

by Jason Fleming on October 11, 2009

If there had been an actual emergency you would have heard from another source. For some reason I have this perplexing need to see my post appear in Google Reader the way I wrote it. Call me persistent, or persnickety

Test block

I guess I am having the most problem with my paragraph spacing. Everything lumps together when it comes through. Looks like trash

Anyway, here is the third, and last attempt. I'll stop belaboring the point.


Test POst

So taking this post out of 'Edit HTML' mode.

Maybe that is where my problems with GReader formatting are coming from.

It is either that, or switch to WordPress.

Here is a test picture of our son during pumpkin picking. He looks upset, pensive, irritated. I think he is actually giving a nasty look towards another consumer who has entered the patch. I think he told them No, Wait your turn.



I signed on to chat with T is for Training for the first time last Friday. I wasn't sure what to expect as I dipped my toes into the program via chat.

I was plagued by browser issues. I first tried connecting through Chrome, and then switched to Firefox. I was able to connect and would start getting into it when the system would crash again.

When I was participating I found it to be a delightful show. Maurice, the host, actively scanned the chat screen and would work to include me into the 'talk' portion of the show.

Honestly, I thought I was going to be just listening in, but then I felt the real need, and desire to participate. It felt good.

I'll have to try IE (Shudder) next time.

Friday, October 02, 2009

CHROME fail. GOOGLE fail -sidewiki

Note to Google Developers.

When you make new web products (from now on)

Make them work in your own browser first

scanning posts (Google Reader)

Really I am looking at the title and a sentence or two in each paragraph when I read blogs. Anything beyond that and I wouldn't have any time to read (I mean scan) your friends blog on a similar subject. ;)

So I will try to reduce blog entries to 2-3 sentence paragraphs. Maybe that will help my scanning compatriots. There has to be more of me than I?

Whenever I see that a blog would be interesting to someone else because of an interest I am aware of, or the career they have I will email it to them.

I share things that are of interest to me. I comment on shared items if I have something to say. I like things (In GReader) If they are interesting but not something I necessarily want someone else to check out.

Should I have put more spaces between my paragraphs?

Wednesday, September 23, 2009


Living in North Carolina (for real now)
Working at UF remotely.

I have to finalize some small details but this is working out well right now.

I can connect to all the resources I need to and help staff from a distance.

I'll post pictures of my office when it looks prettier

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

online identity

being so many places at once, doesn't take too much time but it takes a little imagination.

Collect your feeds and have them update each other. I find that Google Reader shares look best in Google Reader and in email, but I like to share them with friendfeed as well.

Friday, July 31, 2009

why don't you ever write

A: I have a lot going on
Q: SO do I, what's your point?

So I'm pretty sure I am bogged down more than most people, but I can't take the time out of my schedule to quantify that. Doesn't really excuse the fact that I don't write in any public space anywhere.

So here is a quick update

I use my desk as a writing pad.
I have taken on the duties of yet another colleague
When I leave for any vacation my inbox blooms like a fresh rose
Pondering the fact that there isn't a one to one relationship between a book and an ISBN in our catalog