Help me Internets, you’re my only hope…
Ok, I need help. Well, yeah, in general, too. But right now I have two specific information needs and I’m not entirely sure where to go. (Yes, as a librarian, I should just be able to do some search magic, but I’m feeling lazy, and one of the important lessons is to know when it’s faster to turn to a person or people for help):
- I’m trying to design a ballot on which people vote yes or no on 124 different resolutions, and I’m not sure of the best design. I think it makes sense to have the yes / no vote right after the text of the resolution, not have the ballot separate from the text. But doing it that way will use more paper. Also, the ballots will need to be tallied by hand. Any thoughts on the best way to deal with that?
- Zoe is generally awesome about keeping her glasses on. Except when she’s angry about something (usually when we take something, like a pen, away from her). Then she rips them off her face and flings them to the ground. Today, the ear piece fell off her glasses when she did that. We were able to repair them, but still. How do we keep her from using them as a way to express her anger, without causing bad associations with her glasses so she won’t want to wear them at all? Currently we’re trying to just not react at all when she whips them off (only maybe once a day), and then put them back on a few minutes later, but I’m open to other suggestions.
Update: If you’re looking for more information on babies, toddlers and young children with glasses, check out my other blog, Little Four Eyes.