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Oh man, have things been busy! Charlie is growing like crazy and no longer fits into some of his little outfits. Developmentally, he’s also reached some new stages – he smiles all the time, starting to discover his voice, gaining finer motor control, identifying and playing with toys… It’s so amazing to watch him go [...]
In Radio News Reporting, the class at UWM where I help run the audio lab the students use to produce their weekly radio news program, PanterCast, we talk about “Theater of the Mind.” The goal here is to recreate a scene for the listener that puts them in a particular place and time. And as [...]
Hi. Welcome to your one-stop-blog for all things Lawton. I will be your moderator for the majority of your stay, and yes, I am a Lawton. The fourth of a long line of Charles DeWitt Lawton’s. I happen to go by Chuck. Sue is my wife, and by virtue of our marriage, she too is [...]
I just updated the photo’s section of TryByDesign using some new software. Based on a recommendation from some users on Spymac.com, I upgraded to JetPhoto. There is a nice client application for creating web albums and uploading to my server. Also, new features include XML subscriptions, different layout options, and a slide show. View the [...]
The legacy can now live on with the recently restored website of my former band. I finally got around to fixing the configuration problems with the backup of our site before the domain was shut down. These were mostly due to non-relative URL’s. I restored the databases for the guestbook and the journal, and those [...]
A little behind the times, you say? Not so, says I. Blogging has only been around for 9 years, and I have been on the internet for just as long. So you’d think that it would only be natural for a bleeding-edged geek as my self to have been blogging since 1996! But, then you’d [...]
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