I have been putting a bit of time and energy into my other blog Mindtracks lately. I use it as a teaching tool. Some readers may be unaware of it but I teach web design at the Art school here in Canberra. Up until now I have used it to point my students to various online resources. I have decided to expand the topic area a little to cover not only blogging, digital media, computer graphics, web design but into other areas of the visual arts.
I often discover things online that do not fit into the topic of textiles yet I am sure that many readers here would enjoy them. If you are a reader who has in the past enjoyed reading about blogs and blogging, or enjoys the various links to museums and collections or some of the wacky sites I find you may enjoy my other blog.
Swing by, check it out, leave a comment on the site, I would love feedback on how it’s shaping up or how it can be improved. Spread the word if you think it worth while. (I would really appreciate that) As I say I would love feedback. It takes energy to write and although my students read it I would love to know if it has wider appeal to the general public. (I hate the term general public but I am sure you know what I mean)