Lego stop-motion: The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare

Act I, Induction Scenes I and II Christopher Sly, a local drunk, is mislead by a lord to believe that Sly is actually nobility. While passed out, Sly is carried to the castle where he is cleaned, dressed in fine … Continue reading

The Bean Thief

The Bean Thief   It was dawn and the wind was raging through the beanfield. Joe was in a deep sleep after 14 hours of constant working. A strong and fresh scent rose from the beans that Joe had planted … Continue reading

El Comercio de frijol

Like in most stories, there is conflict, protagonist, antagonist and solution. This story starts in the now-renovated and prosperous town of Milagro. Surrounded by rolling fields which were covered in dehydrated beans, trees and any other type of plants are … Continue reading

The Owner Makes the Differnece

The Owner Makes the Difference Graeme                                                                                          November 23/2014 Setting the stage At the end of the black tunnel, all you see is light and the shadow of the horse.  The closer the horse gets the more he starts to disappear. … Continue reading

Is It Time For Cortana?

Are you tired of Siri’s limited knowledge? Do you need something more than reminders or emails read out for you? Then let me introduce you to Cortana. “She” is Window’s new virtual assistant. We all know of the Apple vs. … Continue reading

You have to be cruel to be kind

Is this idiom true?  What does the expression even mean? Is this true for leadership? In a Google doc, discuss this point of view, by referring to the characters from Ender’s Game depicted in the picture.  Once you are done, … Continue reading