Sunday, August 30, 2009

Sara's first post in the class

These photos are of me, but neither of them are of me in Santa Cruz. These both were taken over this summer (2009) while I was traveling – to Hawaii (on the right) and then to the Mississippi River in Tennessee (on the left, with my friend Martha).

I live in Santa Cruz. I don't know if you are supposed to put the link in a sentence or separate it out a bit...add a few spaces or returns. Let's see if this works. Lisa and Andrew live in Tallahassee. If you are curious, look at the difference between the official site and the wikipedia site. Here is the Tallahassee official site. The first Tallahassee link is to the wikipedia site, which I prefer. It is easier to read and to nagivate.

Today the temperature in Tallahassee was pretty hot, and the air was sooo muggy. Now it is pretty comfortable. Is the convention about linking that the other people understand what you are linking to and why? So you aren't really supposed to explain why you are making the link? I'm not sure if I quite get the principles of how to use this feature.


  1. I'm not sure if the photo image "displays properly." I don't really feel like I have much control over what happens with the photo.

    More tomorrow.


  2. Hi Sara! Your first post! Very exciting. My understanding about including links is that you can explain it or not explain it. Whatever suits you. Not explaining it is just fine.

    :) Amey