With regard to this recent Chadbourne / Brown / MacLeod family history I posted earlier today, July 5, 2018 - https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2018/07/purple-nutsedge-frontier-build-it-in.html :
You might enjoy this tweet from yesterday, which I posted to my two Twitter feeds below:
Happy 4th of July & Independence Day! Methinks I have an ancestor who accepted the sword of surrender from the British in 1780 - "as George Washington's second in command, he formally accepted the British surrender at Yorktown" (https://en.wikipedia.org/
Interesting that Theodore Lincoln Chadbourne isn’t in Wikipedia, but I found this about him newly -
But here you can read some of Theodore Lincoln Chadbourne's letters right now from 1845 -
These may be pictures of Theodore Chadbourne -
And Dad is in Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
As are my two books listed here -
Computer Library Center project). And as you know WUaS donated itself for co-development to Wikidata/Wikibase in 2015 (which is Wikipedia's structured knowledge database "backend"), and received our new "front end" wiki last year in 2017 called WUaS Miraheze MediaWiki of which this JS Bach wiki page is an example - https://wiki.
Glad to have heard from David Thurs today. I continue to be curious about L, and it's interesting to me that his brother Ell's long time partner is G in these regards.
With regard to both family history, American history and the 4th of July, you might enjoy my colorful post from yesterday - https://scott-macleod.
Time to read in full the books - Nancy Horan's "Loving Frank" and Jim Corder's "Hunting Lieutenant Chadbourne" :)
And have you looked through this before - http://scottmacleod.com/
(What did they talk about?:) So, so much is missing from history ... into a realistic virtual earth - think Google Street View with Time Slider - and for adding videos, of which I would think there might be some of Aunt Martha Briscoe ... and then to turn this into 3D interactivity with avatar bots.
Hoping to hear back from the NSF soon ... and heading to Stanford this evening for a talk.
How are you and what are you up to today? It was nice to talk with you last night.
Thai basel is doing well, while the other 4 veggies seems to be flourishing. Haven't quite figured out how much water my "garden in a box" drinks per day ... there's about a two inch space below the earth, which I replenish through a tube ... which the soil apparently then "wicks" up from below ... hypothesizing half a watering can a day ...
Think I'm going to take care of my Hair issue, Ma, by cutting it all off today :) ... https://scott-macleod.blog
spot.com/search/label/Hair%3A% 20the%20Tribal%20Love%20Rock%2 0Musical(even though a great musical about "Hair" was made in 1967 .... re 'Hair' issues:) ... and even though long-ish Hair today, being unusual, could help with WUaS outreach ...
But perhaps I can do something with the length ... an almost bowl cut re Jonathan Lovell's - https://twitter.com/jlovells
jawp :) He's a professor of English at San Jose State University. Of the pictures I sent you recently (below again), I think I like the science fiction one from some years ago ... https://goo.gl/images/ 2nQ4pp (Piping at a Birthday Party in the S.F. Bay Area ... GHB - bagpiping in front of the science fiction bookshelf in Berkeley) ...
Here's a photo of us, M:
Pittsburgh - Xmas
Searched on "Haiku~ish and scott macleod" and a bunch of other things I do, and found the following photos:
And some other fairly recent photos (of Scott MacLeod - moi):
Stanford Quad - Harbin bookmark
Bookshelf in Hangout
With Stanford CS Prof Don Knuth
Bagpiping at Harbin - Easter 2005
Palo Alto Meetup - re Quickbooks and single cryptocurrency/UBI as financial assistive technology
Rees and Scott (I gave bagpiping lessons to Rees a few years ago) +
Livermore protest (anti-nuclear) up close
TSWG - Berkeley
Open Band (Scottish Country Dancing in Berkeley) Halloween
BBBS - in Berkeley - Scottish small pipes
with Stanford University Computer Science emeritusDon Knuth
Aphilo Aarde in Second Life, my avatar
WUaS Business Meeting in Hangout
Naked Harbin Ethnography talks in multiple Hangout videos
Bagpiping - Scottish small pipes
BBBS (Betsy, Barbara, Barbara, Scott)
Small piping in front of book case and key board
Scottish small pipes - Steve
Great Highland Bagpiping - Reed College
GHB - Balclutha ship
GHB - Canyon, California
GHB - Pleasanton
GHB - bagpiping in front of the science fiction bookshelf in Berkeley
GHB - Moraga, CA
By Catherine Vodrey
New Bedford Whaling Museum (Massachusetts)
Society and Information Technology teaching
Purple Nutsedge: Frontier? Build it in a realistic virtual earth, i.e. this realistic VIRTUAL flag first ...https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2018/07/purple-nutsedge-frontier-build-it-in.html