Information is always a good thing. This is especially true when working with highly visible things that the public may not be well educated about, for example guide dogs. As a guide dog user, I was taught that my guide dog could accompany me almost anywhere, and I cannot be»
I know I haven't posted in quite a while, but I have a good reason for that. The last few months I have been involved with a research project, which focuses on augmenting search and rescue dogs with technology. Recently, our research has started making waves in national media. And»
This blog isn't dead yet. Life has been hectic lately (I was told that I need to start taking more responsibility for my research), so I haven't had a lot of time to write. For this post, I thought I would talk about a non-technical topic that I love, and»
This is the last post in a series of posts documenting my travels to Guide Dogs for the Blind, where I received my guide dog Simba.
I know that I didn’t post as much as I normally do when I take a trip. That is for two reasons:
So, here’s a quick update. I haven’t written much lately for two reasons: the first is that I’ve been exhausted since I’m always on the go, and the second is that I haven’t been doing anything but training. Most of my time is spent downtown,»