Yep, I went down to the Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge this month to see the wintering birds, especially the magnificent sandhill cranes. These few were among the first to fly in for the night. Most cranes return at dusk. They fly in batches, calling to each other, turn their 96 inch wing-span into the wind at the last minute and drop to the ground on spindly, toothpick-like legs.
I also wrote a few articles for eHow in November. Check these out.
- How to Use POSH (Plain Old Semantic HTML)
- How to Use Correct Typographical Symbols on Your Web Page
- How to Use and Modify Dreamweaver Sample Pages and CSS Layouts
- How to Start a Google Group
- How to Stop Squinting and Read Easier in Firefox
- How to Store and Share Files with Box
- How to Evaluate Weight Loss Websites
- How to Use the Internet to Make a Big Difference with Small Gifts and Loans
- How to Make Grandma’s Whole Cinnamon Apples: ok, so that one isn’t technical, but I did learn about about making a video with iMovie while doing it.