Sunday, December 26, 2010

Operation Snow Screen - 2010

Here is a clip from the boy's video surveillance camera to capture Santa on film:

Sunday, December 19, 2010

I love this picture of my parents. My mom just came in the room and snuggled up with my dad.

I love this picture of my parents. This is a screen cap of a iPhone video. Wish I had a higher resolution version!

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Santa On A Firetruck!

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Bethany Volunteer Fire Department drives Santa around every year. It's such a wonderful tradition and yet another great community event in the best small town in Connecticut! Thanks to all the firemen for all they do for us!

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Santa Comes To Visit 2nd Grade CCD

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High five Santa!

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Friday, December 17, 2010

Betwixt & Between Contemporary Art Exhibit @artspacenh #swct

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As I was walking out of my office tonight something flashing inside The Artspace gallery caught my eye so I went over to see what it was all about. To my pleasant surprise they had a fascinating exhibit titled Betwixt & Between. It was a cross section of contemporary video/multimedia art. It did a wonderful job of waking me up after a long week at the office. I'm looking forward to taking some other coworkers over to Artspace after Christmas. They are open tomorrow but are then closed until after the new year. Be sure to check it out and let me know what you think!

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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Thursday, December 09, 2010

Googleplex Pictures

One of my former employees sent me these pictures from her new job on the Google Android team. I can't wait to go out for a visit!

Google Bikes - they make them too ridiculous to steal.
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guy with the android for scale
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The front of my building with the android, Nexus 1 (the first Google android device) and all the iterations of android (moving left to right in the picture is froyo, eclair, cupcake, and doughnut)  Gingerbread is currently also up but a clear day has not presented itself to allow me a shot.
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Friday, December 03, 2010

Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Steve Jobs' 2005 Stanford Commencement Address

I love how Steve Jobs 'dropped into' College for a year and a half. Taking the courses he wanted to take instead of the courses he HAD to take!

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Amity HS Fall Play- Dec 10th- Free

From: "Kennedy, Robert" <Robert.Kennedy@reg5.k12.ct.us>
Date: December 1, 2010 7:48:26 AM EST

The Amity Creative Theater presents its fall production BANG YOU'RE DEAD by William Mastrosimone  on December 10th, 2010 at 8pm at the Amity High School Auditorium.  

Presented to the student body as part of Amity High Schools advisory program; Bang Bang You're Dead is a one act play written by William Mastrosimone in 1999 to raise awareness of bullying, school violence and its causes. According to Mastrosimone, it “is a drama to be performed by kids, for kids” for free. The plot focuses on Josh, a high school student who murders his parents and five classmates. It is strongly based on the events surrounding Kip Kinkel's shootings of his parents on May 20, 1998 and 27 of his classmates at Thurston High School in Springfield, Oregon on May 21, 1998. The first production of this play took place at Thurston High School and many of the student actors in the play had been victims in the shooting.  As of October 2009, the play had been performed over 25,000 times.   While the play deals with the subject of school violence there is no strong language in the play and no guns or weapons appear on stage at anytime.  If there were a parental rating on the show it would be "PG".  Following the play there will be a question and answer session with the director, cast and crew.

This play is made possible by a generous grant from the Jamie Hulley Arts Foundation.  www.jamiehulleyartsfund.org

There is no admission charge but donations will be accepted for the Pettite Family Foundation. The PETIT FAMILY FOUNDATION honors the memories of JENNIFER HAWKE-PETIT, HAYLEY ELIZABETH PETIT and MICHAELA ROSE PETIT by continuing the kindness, idealism and activism that defined their lives. The Foundation's funds are given to foster the education of young people, especially women in the sciences; to improve the lives of those affected by chronic illnesses; and to support efforts to protect and help those affected by violence.

For more information go to our website at www.amityperformingarts.com   

Rob Kennedy- Theater Arts Teacher

www.amityperformingarts.com
Amity High School
25 Newton Road
Woodbridge, CT 06525
robert.kennedy@reg5.k12.ct.us

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