Lynne bought a new camera today, a Canon Powershot A430. She has been
eyeing it off since we borrowed mum's one. It was on special at kmart
$169, but they'd sold out, so she got it at hardley normal for the
same price (they matched the special).
She also bought some velcro for me on her jaunt to the craft shop, so
I finally got around to putting up my living wall cuttings. I started
with plants that already had roots and were epiphytes (such as some
Dockrillia sp.), then I thought "what about ground covers?", so I
grabbed a few self-layering groundcovers with roots. Then I figured,
"considering they are always moist, they'll probably strike on the
surface anyway", so I attached a few without roots. Then I figured,
"what the heck, let's just try a few random plants and see if they
strike too" :) There's even a basil...
Nathan's Home page
I am a modern day Renaissance man with interests ranging from mathematics, through computer science and the physical sciences through to music and art, how we live in cities, and teaching problem solving.
I'm currently living in Seattle, USA.
Things people email me about regularly.
Water level sensor
Cross stitch pattern generator