Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. (@wfryer)

Oklahoma City, OK

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @wfryer ever

September 6th, 2013

@tonyvincent ah yes… [blushing] and to think at times I fancy myself a geographer :-) @jjash @jackiegerstein

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@kcaise No, but that sounds great! I’ll definitely check it out!!!

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Book2read: Fixed Ideas: America Since 9.11 by Joan Didion amzn.com/1590170733

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@jackiegerstein awesome - yes let’s definitely have another dinner meet up like that! I vote for the same restaurant! @jjash

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@jjash awesome! If is only 50% of what it was last year it will be awesome!!! I predict it will be 150% :-)

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“When you act out of fear, your fears come true.” from j.mp/15JUGQE

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“Tolerance for uncertainty is the prerequisite for succeeding [in art making]” from j.mp/19qrtOL (and perhaps in life)

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“Art is like beginning a sentence before you know it’s ending.” from j.mp/1emLnhg

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“Vision is always ahead of execution, and it should be… Uncertainty is a virtue.” from j.mp/1emH6ud

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“Life and art, once intertwined, can easily become inseparable.” from j.mp/18IpR0J

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“You make good work by, among other things, making lots of work that isn’t very good, and gradually weeding (cont) tl.gd/n_1rma9ao

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“Lincoln doubted his capacity to express what needed to be said at Gettysburg, yet pushed ahead anyway (cont) tl.gd/n_1rma94o

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“There is a huge difference between quitting & stopping. Creating art is all about starting again.” from j.mp/14xUZPk

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iReading: Attacking Stack Ranking j.mp/15BrVGW by @THErealDVORAK via @TWiT on @PCMag (stupid idea that kept Microsoft ineffective)

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learned about “Count Me In 4 Kids” initiative this morning j.mp/1cPsbqX focusing on helping foster kids via @RTFOKC

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iReading: When Patents Attack… Part Two! j.mp/1acRyln by @ThisAmerLife via @TWiT ridiculous! Sadly important for podcasters :-(

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Good source for education grants in Oklahoma j.mp/1emagK7 (tho site not connected to their Twitter) @OklahomaGrants

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@SalvationArmyUS & @OKDHS are sponsors of Oklahoma’s “Bridges out of Poverty” program/campaign j.mp/15Bkak7

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@PCMag The best way to speed up your PC is to get a Mac or a Chromebook :-)

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iReading: New offline Chrome Apps offer a near-native desktop experience in your browser j.mp/17dA0o8 by @TechHive

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Little Light Minstries j.mp/15BeMxy is an Oklahoma City-based organization serving incarcerated women & their kids via @RTFOKC

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2013 National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children Conference in OKC Nov 18-20 j.mp/14qnIeb via @RTFOKC

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@wmchamberlain I agree, it will continue to evolve tho. We use Flickr photo screensavers, Netflix, AirPlay video mirroring & iTunes Match

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Do you have an after school program? Apply for the $4000 mini-grant “My Feelings Are a Work of Art” Due Sep 9 j.mp/1cPqaLs

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@barbarawmadden @Nosliw I agree - signs like that can also be paired with a “Welcome to our school” sign :-)

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@robinkhoury Little Light Ministries was shared at Children of Incarcerated Parents Advisory Committee today - glad to learn of your work!

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@robinkhoury Here’s a is a $4000 grant RFP “My Feelings Are a Work of Art” ow.ly/oDgsK due Sep 9 apply 4 Little Light Ministries!

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Sesame Street @sesamestreet has new toolkits supporting children w incarcerated parents..instagram.com/p/d7Jq9dOgKh/OX

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The book “The Invisible String” by Patrice Karst is a gr8 book to read to your kids j.mp/15Jigx2 via @RTFOKC

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Someone at our meeting just suggested @RTFOKC as a nonprofit get listed on the Oklahoma State Charitable Campaign j.mp/14xj5tq

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“In some Oklahoma school districts 75% of children are affected by parental incarceration” @RTFOKC quoting Dr. Susan Sharp, Univ of Oklahoma

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This morning I’m attending the Oklahoma Children Of Incarcerated Parents Task Force meeting w @RTFOKC in Oklahoma City

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Tip on latest @TWiT netcast: Parental controls on AppleTV lets you turn off channels you never want to watch pcasts.in/tBfP

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“The best teachers I know have been involved in creating and following standards, both at the state and (cont) tl.gd/n_1rma1th

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