Cheryl G. Edenfield

I am a creative communications pro, tech geek, military spouse, family gal, mother of two and entrepreneur (not necessarily in that order). This blog is about the things that interest and inspire me. I would love to hear your thoughts, so feel free to comment or ask a question. Have a great day!

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Timbol cousins in Texas

T-shirt I designed for our FRG group almost 9 years ago at Ft. Campbell. #bandofsisters #Currahee #1-506th

Simple Appliance Re-design criteria

Wordle: SDES 502 Group 2 Project B Part 2

We got snow here at #FtSill !!!Shared #scad swag with our #snowman

Addicted to the coconut almond butter fudge cups I made last night. Making a chocolate banana batch now. Practice for V-day activities with the kids, right? ;)

Cold here in OK, but I have my own kind of snow in my office today. Foam snow! Props to my SCAD alum friends who had to sculpt foam for 3D class freshman/foundation year! This stuff is no joke.

Handle sketches, problem statement, anthropometric data done. It’s time to start making prototypes! #designmanagement

Geronimo’s house (jail) and his burial site on Fort Sill.

Study time. Enjoying this #MOOC about “Innovation and Design Thinking” so far.

usagov:

In late July, the FBI conducted Operation Cross Country VII, a nationwide action that addressed commercial child sex trafficking throughout the United States. The operation included 76 cities across the country, and 47 FBI divisions. Federal, state and local agencies all participated. Through…

Over the summer, the Internet behemoth gradually introduced a new in-box with an assortment of folders for different types of messages, including a main in-box and ones for social networking alerts, e-commerce promotions, updates from businesses like banks and mailing-list messages.

For Google, it’s another moneymaking avenue (note the ads that look like e-mails that now appear at the top of the promotions folder). Also, the company says it wants to fix e-mail overload.

Yet any tiny change that the Internet giant makes has cascading effects for businesses across the Web.

Happy Independence Day!

Emily Post’s Netiquette

newyorker:

Etiquette is a public performance, just as it was a century ago—but now ‘public’ has become synonymous with ‘on the Internet.’

Betsy Morais on Emily Post’s new social-media guide to manners: http://nyr.kr/11sXVKn

jcrew:

meet sam and dan. together with our design team, they’ve put a lot of thought into (and logged some serious hours) creating the shorts you’ll be living in this summer. from the Stanton short in hand-painted DPM (the acronym for “disruptive pattern material,” a fancy British way of saying…

@chrisedenfield might like a pair of the tent shorts for #fathersday

I designed this for the @Georgia_Guard conference

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