marginaliais the Latin word for 'things in the margin', and refers to writing or decoration in the margins of a manuscript. I am exploring the edges and margins of our world through photographs and writing.
...from May 21, 2012...
I was too busy writing elsewhere to write here this time last year. So many words, so little time...
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Author Archives: lynsey gedye
After a great deal of pain I’ve managed to get the FaceBook Fresh New Day page up and running. Once I’d stopped trying the super sophisticated ‘create a new application in FaceBook, get a full developer kit going’ approach and … Continue reading
Yay! We went live with Fresh New Day this morning – not exactly countless hours, but uncounted hours of concentrated effort to get what is perhaps our most ambitious project off the ground. It doesn’t look like there’s much going … Continue reading
There’s been a flurry of working going on over at our new initiative, Fresh New Day. Marica and I have begun creating a document of our everyday world – using photography and writing to learn more, notice more, to explore … Continue reading
I recently caught up with a former student (Hi Floyd) and I was ranting about how cool the technologies are today – no more wrecking backs and knees lugging heavy video cameras and such around. I can get almost the … Continue reading
The flight home last night from the Auckland was awash with aging suits who’d been at the employment summit. I talked to one of the suits – one of the 200 grey knights invited in to come up with ideas … Continue reading
I’ve been reflecting a lot recently on what to tell your grandkids. I don’t have any grandkids, but I was thinking about all those ‘What did you do in the war, Dad?’ kinds of questions that I didn’t ask my … Continue reading
Charles Darwin turns 200 today. My hero. After all these years he’s as provocative as ever. Definitely who I would invite if I could invite six people from anywhere (or any when) in history to have dinner with. Not sure … Continue reading
Christina’s World Art PrintWyeth, Andrew36 in. x 28.75 in.Buy at AllPosters.comFramed Mounted The first writing of the new brings no comfort at all. I was saddened to read of the passing of Andrew Wyeth noted by James Gurney, and then in … Continue reading