Tag: blogging

  • Why I’m posting daily Twitter digests on my blog

    Since someone asked me why I was bothering to use Twitter Tools to automatically post daily digests of my Twitter updates to my blog, I’m writing a blog post to explain. I like the daily digest of updates for the following reasons: My updates are my writings (sometimes even haiku), and I want them on […]

  • Canadian Diamond Traders wants to silence me?

    I received a phone call the other day from someone claiming to be from Canadian Diamond Traders. He said that he had sent me an e-mail demanding that I remove some objectionable content about CDT from my website. I had not received that e-mail. I gave the man another e-mail address to send his letter […]

  • Landscape of Canyon Lake

    Landscape of Canyon Lake Originally uploaded by danielgreene. I know I’ve been a bad blogger lately, but if you’re wondering what I’ve been up to, I’ve been delving into my hobby of photography. If you’d like to see what I’ve been seeing and shooting, click on the photo above to look at my photos on […]

  • Been Blogging for Over a Month Now

    It seems that every time I get discouraged because no one is responding to my posts, I get a comment or an e-mail that reminds me I’m not just shouting in the dark. Well, I am shouting in the dark– but people are listening! Hmm… let me put that in a deaf-friendly way: I’m waving […]

  • Poetic License in Interpreting

    In my search for blog posts about ASL interpreting, I found this interesting post regarding poetry, interpretation in general, and the poetic license visible in ASL interpreting: Reading Finnish Rhapsody in particular reminded me of watching a live sign-language interpreter while listening to a live speech. I experienced this while at a convention when one […]