Lynda.com, Day Five

I hate to admit it, but I’m so ready to go home. It would be a different thing if I was sitting on the other side of this desk, and with that in mind I made an inquiry about teaching for Lynda.com. Hmmm… we’ll see.

Personal Objective – I need to get my page in shape. I’ve got script to check OS/browser, and version – I need to implement that and that way my page will display well depite what you’re viewing my page through.

This afternoon Eric & I are heading into LA. (He’s loved the class, and learned alot.) That will consume the last of my time. Tomorrow we’ll check out and fly out of LA at 2pm. Landing back in Charlotte at almost 10. Talk about losing time!

All in all, it’s been a good week. Point of revelation: l’m glad that Eric and I just work together. I think otherwise we’d go nuts.

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Lynda.com, Day Three

Day Three. Had dinner at the Calypso Bar & Grill here in downtown Ojai last night. The paper said informed us that “that’s where it’s at”. Oops – print error. Rented “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil” – interesting movie.

I’m supposed to do an ad for someone to turn in on Monday – I wonder where I can find a copy of Quark around here? Hmmm…

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Lynda.com, Day Two

Day Two at Lynda.com – picking up things here and there from the class. Refining skills. Decided I don’t like Fireworks near as much as ImageReady. Although Fireworks has a cool full jusification setting for text.

I need to find out where Web Designers would go to discuss indepth web design stuff. Like the best way to implement crazy designs – A more creative type class than functional or learning software.

The Moon’s Nest Inn is an adorable place, but we are disconnected from the world! No internet, telephones or T.V.’s in our rooms! Ack! And people can’t call in, you have to call out! Curtis joked about “Hotel California”.

One perk about being in Southern Cali in December. They have outdoor heated pools! I baked in the jacuzzi then went swimming. It was nice swimming underneath the moon and the stars in the warm night.

Every trip I take only emphasis’ the fact that it’s not where you go, it’s who you’re with.

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Lynda.com, Day One

Well, it’s been an awesome trip so far, and it’s just the first day of class! Driving on the Pacific Coast Highway with the sun warming my thighs through the sunroof listening to Zepplin and The Eagles. Not bad. Venice Beach, Santa Monica, Malibu.

Next day breakfast in Santa Barbara at Esau’s – a cook from Lincoln, NE. Then off to LA to see the sights. Sunset Blvd. Santa Monica Blvd. The stars on Hollywood Blvd. Beverly Hills. Rodeo Drive.

Back to Venice Beach for walking along the strip. Dinner on the Third Street Promanade at a sidewalk cafe. Street music filling the air.

Now here I am at the infamous Lynda.com. Taking classes from people who’s qualifications are dizzying. Yep. This is the life.

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