My Face, from Index

This site is a little project that lets me make fun of some things and sense of others. I use it to think a little more relationally without resorting to doing actual math.

Jessica Hagy

It’s hard to explain Indexed. You just have to go there. I like it when people stop thinking that high and low tech are absolutes (on/off) and start seeing them as simply tools that can be used according to need. “Indexed” manages to embody that kind of un-boxed thinking. Hagy draws and writes on index cards (remember that research process?) and then scans them for her blog, posting a new one every day or two. The image above is a self-portrait. She sells t-shirts too.

About Ray Watkins

I was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, at Our Lady of the Lake Hospital. I grew up in Houston, as a part of what we only half-jokingly call the Cajun Diaspora. At a certain point during the Regan administration, I had to leave, so I served in the Peace Corps, Philippines, from 1987-89. I didn't want to return to the United States just yet, so I moved to Paris, France, where I lived for three years or so. I then moved back to Austin, Texas, where I had received my Masters Degree, and (eventually) began a Ph.D., which I completed in 1999. I spent a year at Temple University and then accepted a position at Eastern Illinois University where I worked until May of 2006. I now work exclusively on line (although that may change) for Johns Hopkins, the Art Institute Online, and I can be reached most easily via email: raywatkins [that 'at' symbol]

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