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Posts Tagged With ‘ computer ’


Bold Boulder Life Lessons Lovingly from Dad:

April 1st, 2024

Lessons from Dad My Dad was crazy smart. I like to believe that some of that rubbed off on me. Of particular interest to me today, and what I want to share, are some of the most important and lasting lessons from Dad. This was his version, and therefore my version of being read stories as a kid. This is how I learned algebra, and a lot more. Three plus one. There were three key lessons in one session, and one key lesson in another. First, Dad told me that I was being a real… shall we say not a great person and not easy or pleasant to get along with. I still hear that from time to time. .... Read More

Boulder Bird Bounces Back!

January 5th, 2024

Layla , our  Boulder rescue adoption green cheeked conure parrot  thrives on love and music. She frequently sings along IF she likes the song. The classic version of Layla is the source of her post-adoption name. She has been singing along (going from silent to chirping and making a wide variety of vocalizations) more and more. Lensworth believes that hearing him playing guitar and singing “demonstrated” that singing along with something, or with about anything on his various Spotify mixes, was part of the way of things. Layla seems to have expanded her “sing along”... Read More

Faces of Boulder – Pic of The Day!

March 5th, 2016

“I loved architecture rendering because I was either drawing or painting everyday. That’s before, I’m dating myself, before it was a lot of computer work. Really, it was mostly hand done. I went back and took some auto keg classes and I really saw sitting at the computer was not my thing at all. So I decided nope, I’m not going to do that. I mean if people want me to do rendering at home that’s great, but not on the computer. I enjoyed learning it but I can’t sit on the computer for 8 hours everyday. I would go crazy.”- Kathleen Lanzoni  Read More

The Art of Procrastination

December 13th, 2013

Finals week is upon us here at CU, which means that students all across campus are now utilizing their years of education and highly developed problem solving skills in order to come up with excuses to avoid studying. As a senior, I can safely say that I’ve become an expert on the subject. A black belted master in the art of putting things off, if you will. Heck, I’m even procrastinating right now by writing this blog instead of working on my English portfolio! Now, I would never recommend procrastination to any student. It’s a dark, treacherous road that can lead you to drink... Read More