Building a responsive website for an artist

Building a responsive website for an artist

Update: July 4, 2016: Unfortunately, Ariel Shallit has still not paid me for my work.  This artist got paid for a commission, took the in-kind services, but did not fulfill the commission. I did not pursue this matter aggressively. I trusted that the artist valued maintaining the integrity of our personal relationship … Continue reading in transition

If you haven’t noticed, this site looks very different.  I am running it on a new platform, Drupal 7.  I have very little experience in Drupal, especially version 7. Over the next few months, you are going to see a lot of changes.  Things may not work right, they may … Continue reading

Quote by Boris Pasternak

The great majority of us are required to live a life of constant, systematic duplicity. Your health is bound to be affected if, day after day, you say the opposite of what you feel, if you grovel before what you dislike and rejoice at what brings you nothing but misfortune. … Continue reading

How to delegate responsibility

If you are like me, a bit of a jill-of-all-trades, there comes a time in your employment when you are wearing too many hats. To make the situation worse, my duties within my employ are very diverse, requiring specialized knowledge in a wide-array of subjects, not to be touched again … Continue reading

The poor pay too many taxes…

A common refrain by anti-tax advocates, is that the rich pay too many taxes, and the poor not enough. Often they complain that if there weren’t so many social programs, our taxes would be much lower. Furthermore, there seems to be no connection, between their rhetoric about social programs, and … Continue reading


Why does overtime always start after your shift? And not before it? My husband is currently working an 11am to 8pm shift. (more or less). His travel time is about 1.5 hours. Because he is the low man on the totem pole, he is subject to mandatory overtime. Great! More … Continue reading