Do Electric Portfolios Dream of Analog Sheep?

cc licensed (BY-SA) flickr photo by cogdogblog:
cc licensed (BY-SA) flickr photo by cogdogblog:

This if course is completely rhetorical but something needs to be said on the first post. Especially if I’m trying to get something set up as a demo. It should be more than just silly filler text.

Alas no.

But that is an analog sheep from a friends’ ranch in Paonia, Colorado. And in way the sheep is electronic, those tags are RFID enabled, and the McQuires track all kinds of data with a custom mobile device they are building. It’s a system called Sheep Tracker (I think).

What does this have to do with my portfolio?

Little except to show I think in lateral connections. Portfolio – electronic – sheep- photo – metaphor. But if you want to know more, check our Desert Weyr Ranch.

Here Come The Sheep! Dog in the Lead
cc licensed ( BY-SA ) flickr photo shared by cogdogblog

Tell them I sent you running.

About cogdog

I bark about and play with technology and web stuff. Harmless. I have my shots.

3 thoughts on “Do Electric Portfolios Dream of Analog Sheep?

  1. I have problems falling asleep many nights…problem of a racing mind which can’t shut off easily.

    I looked at your pics with CC info underneath and feel so smart/smug knowing how you embedded (not pasted) them there. Question: is the Helper only for Flickr pics and only for putting in WP sites?


    1. Late reply, sorry. The attribution helper only works for flickr hosted content. But the attribution string can be used anywhere.

      There are other tools to explore for using elsewhere; I find the Wikimedia Commons now provides pretty good cut and past attribution text. See bottom of for more tools

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