Wednesday, July 29, 2015

I get a new Eracism T-Shirt.

I get a new Eracism T-Shirt.
One of the T-Shirts I lost in the Richmond move that I must replace on the 1st is my Eracism T-Shirt.

ERACISM: The removal from existence of the belief that one race is superior to another.

Andrea Menzies Odd, because the "Coexist" one is only six. I guess people are scared of freedom of religion less on some level. I will end up getting them both.

Coexist | 6DollarShirts
Understanding, love and peace among all religions. - Professionally printed silkscreen. - 100% cotton tee...
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Kelly-Rose Kleinman If I happen to come across your shirt I'll put it to the side in a box for you.
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Andrea Menzies Oh wow, thanks. The Texas move was wild.
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Andrea Menzies My friend Noble Brown bought me my first Eracism shirt a while back. It has sentimental value.

Thursday, April 9, 2015

"The greatest scientists are artists as well," - Calaprice “The Expanded Quotable Einstein”

"The theory of relativity occurred to me by intuition, and music is the driving force behind this intuition. My parents had me study the violin from the time I was six. My new discovery is the result of musical perception" – Suzuki “Nurtured by Love. A New Approach to Education”

“Einstein shows us how it all connects. But what do our students typically get, especially in high school and college? They get math without music.” - “Einstein On Creative Thinking: Music and the Intuitive Art of Scientific Imagination Einstein explored time and space… in his musical hobbies.” Post published by Michele and Robert Root-Bernstein on Mar 31, 2010 in “Imagine That”

Some say the fact that it is so hard to enjoy music and dancing in our society now without it being labeled “deviant” is one of the reasons so many parts of our education system and economy are failing compared to other countries.

“Dancing increases energy and serotonin” – 21 year study of senior citizen’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine New York.

Sunday, May 4, 2014

Back to G+

Pretty much no one is using Google pages, so I am back to using G+

Sunday, March 2, 2014

New Google Page FH7 Publishing

Google now has Facebook style pages to "like" and follow.  The FH7 Publishing blog updates on Google+ have moved there.  My Google+ profile is starting to have a great deal of close friends and family on it, so I don't want to bother them daily with blog updates or comics.  Blog and comic fans can follow the updates in the new section, but my personal Google+ will return to rare social updates. - Google Page Frozen History Seven Publishing

Saturday, January 18, 2014

It is working...

I have fully moved the posts over to the Wordpress blog at and the good news is it it fully working for posts to Google+ so I don't really need to do updates at the blog.  The Google+ I still fully plan to check, and use for cross posts.  People can still add me to Google+ and donate to my Paypal at this older blog's links.

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Scenes from the blog feature wars:

Scenes from the blog feature wars:  Notice of my move to Wordpress - I have been cross-posting the same entries to a few blogs for a while.  There is a battle on the net for the "dominant" popular blog format.  It used to hands down be Livejournal, but that got over spammed and lacked privacy.  Many spammers figured out that active journals were connected to live email addresses, and made constant comments-spam hurting many journal formats.  Now, Wordpress which deletes spammer comments cuts and pasts things automatic to Google+ and I don't need to cut and past back and fourth myself.  I had joined Wordpress long before they had Google+ as an option, and so I did not realize they added it until I saw the below mentioned e-mail update. So the Google+ links I post will now take you to Wordpress, and not my Blogspot journal.  I will still post the occasional rare thing on Blogspot, but it is really lacking the features of Wordpress publicize for a main journal.  

"Expand your reach on Google+ Many of you have extended your online presence to Google+. Last fall, we added Google+ to our Publicize services; you can share new posts on both Google+ Profiles and Pages. While you probably have many of the same connections across different social networks, these spaces are ultimately different, and you'll have followers on Google+ that might not be on Facebook. So, consider these distinct readerships and develop your presence on both if you think it's appropriate." - New post on News “Publicize Crash Course: Facebook, Google+, and Twitter” by Cheri Lucas Rowlands Jan 15, 2014

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Post 6 Purple Splash Flower photo of the day.

Post 6 Purple Splash Flower photo of the day.

Photo: Purple Splash Flower

This is post 6 of my nature photo a day project.  The purple turned out really vivid on this one.  There is on purpose a high contrast in focus with the main flower, and background grass is left fogged.  My high school photojournalism teacher used to always have us do projects with this technique called “depth of field” with fogged backgrounds.  This photo was taken in spring, and it is almost that time of year again.  Spring is a good time of year to take photos outside in the country by the lake.  Baby animals prance around looking cute.  Flowers bloom, bugs have colored wings, and birds dance and sing for each other. You can barely wave a camera around without catching a good nature photo.  Now that the evil Cedar pollen overkill has lessened in the Austin, TX area I can get outside a bit more for photos.  However, this is an older photo I am re-posting until my more recent spring flower photos are processed.

Blog Project for Prompt: Wordpress Daily Post Community Pool January 5, 2014 "Projects: 365 Days, 52 Weeks… One Nature Photo a Day”… “Photo-a-day projects were a great way to maintain a regular publishing schedule.”
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