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Many of us would like to believe that the Internet is entirely organized, and this organization happens in an automated system in an organic fashion, but neither is true. Recalling the images that photographer Michael Wolf took depicting factory work in China often being low-tech and manual, Bogost sums it up:
Another excellent point from the article:
I am providing a link to the screen shot I wish to share with my class, because Canvas doesn’t provide a way to insert a link into a post from your computer. Seriously. I can look for one on flickr that has a Creative Commons license, or use my web cam, because??? Anywaaaaay, here’s the screenshot:
This is what happens when you enlarge text in Canvas using Safari:
Searched for images that are similar to this brass dog in Google Images by uploading the file directly from my computer. The first five results were links to my own web page, indexed under each one of the tags I gave it. The rest were similar in color and material, but none of them were dogs.
Page two of my results were links to other posts i had written that shared the same tags as the brass dog image.
When I clicked on Visually Similar Images at the top of the results shown above, I had even more options to choose from:
This is a great toy for teaching young children their colors. It’s cheap, easy to make and highly versatile.
You will need:
The PTA is having a silent auction next month, so I’m making a few things to donate to it. The school’s mascot is a cheetah and paws are everywhere. I decided to etch some copper with scaled-down versions of the school’s iconic paw print sticker.
I like to use wax sheets that were originally designed for investment casting. Wax makes a great resist for the etchant. I put the design right under the translucent wax sheet and cut it out with an exacto knife.
This is what the wax looks like after it’s been applied to the copper:
To me, the clasp is one of the most important details on a piece of jewelry. I only use handmade clasps, it seems antithetical to the essence of handmade to use anything but. Today I finished a round box clasp.
In a way I kind of cheated since I used pre-made bezels. I attached it to the parallel link chain I made and tossed it in the tumbler with a bunch of other stuff- I’ll post more pictures once it’s done polishing.