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photographic legacy

Friday: March 1, 2013

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My image will now be public for probably years. Eep. Our anthropology homepage has just been updated, to include not one, but two photos of me! Apparently I signed a waiver, because no one asked. For shame. I am digging with Anne under Field Opportunities opposite of some of my undergrad buds, and I am with the WLCP opposite of Laura under Lab & Research Opportunities. I attended a retirement party today for my boss back at the bank (for 10 years – a good third of my life). That in itself, and speaking to a bunch of old colleagues about how my time at UIndy is just about over kind of made me melancholic. It’s been a good run, and I hope that the momentum keeps going forward, even if I cannot see the path just yet. I think having a photo legacy on UIndy’s anthro page is, therefore, somewhat cool.

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giving credit

Monday: August 15, 2011

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I am proud that I personally designed this website myself. Although my husband and brother helped with the coding,  most of it was haxored by me, and therefore please do not expect perfection. If you happen to notice any glitches, please toss them my way. That said, I would like to thank the following artists/websites for their freely given images. Without them, the design of this website would have been extremely poor. Trust me :/

Font: Olduvai by Aquatoad (Triple-Double thanks, Randy!!)

Header and footer: Torn Paper by TriCornDesign

Focus on tabs: Prehistoric Brushes and Version 2 by FoxFireRed

Human skeletons: Brushes through all-free-download.com

World map: Brushes by gutterlily10

Ammonites, mesopithecus, and skull: Paleontology brushes by ValerianaSTOCK

Footprints: Brushes by chain

Arrows: Brushes by cesstrelle

I have tried to contact each of them to show my appreciation. You guys rock!

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