Categories: "Personal"

Return from UT Tyler

Much of my blogging ceased when I started back to school in 2008. There are some, but few, entries between 2008 and 2012. Now, I have a little more freedom to write, and with a much improved platform in b2evolution, writing will be easier to do.

To be continued..


January 7th, 2007
Credenda/Agenda is a religiously and philosophically Trinitarian cultural journal. Or at least that begins their description of this publication. I have been receiving it for years mayb more »


January 5th, 2007
Not much has changed since the first century. When Jesus came he encountered at least two major groups of people. On the one side there were the sinners who were most likely considered the rebels of the day. more »

More Photoshop masks

January 4th, 2007
When I'm shooting objects in order to make them easier to work with I will put them on a solid background of a color that is not in the object. This gives me a number of options when I want to change the background. I select an area before I work with i more »

InBooklet SE

January 3rd, 2007
Before the makers of InBooklet sold out to QuarkXpress they left us InDesign users a present in In Booklet SE. SE is an option from the InDesign menu to output to one of the basic formats including booklets. It was not without limitation although. more »


January 1st, 2007
Everyone talks about new year's resolutions on this day or at least talking about new year's resolutions. I prefer to talk about food particularly chocolate. Chocolate is one of those things that most everyone more »

The Photoshop Mask

December 26th, 2006
In preparation of our annual "Christmas" newsletter I used Photoshop frequently to get images ready for publication. One of the neatest non-destructive tools that is invaluable in wiping out backgrounds is th more »

It's about Jesus

December 25th, 2006
Christmas is a celebration of the birth of Christ and may have been established by the Catholic church in the 4th century. Although some aspects of Christmas may have roots in pagan philosophy Christmas is still primarily a recognition of the miracle of more »