On the Internet, no one knows you're not a dog!
Nor even if you're still the same dog!
|T. V. Raman|
|PhD, Cornell University, 1994.|
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I obtained my first guide-dog, Aster Labrador, a strong and energetic female black Labrador from Guiding Eyesin January 1990 --you will see her prominently featured in all of my work during the 1990's. Here is Aster Labrador's WWW site. Aster worked for 10 long years and was with me through the 1990's. Aster II --a bubbling young yellow Labrador named Hubbell (Bubbles) graduated from Guiding Eyes in February 2000; here is Bubbles' WWW site. While at Guiding Eyes in February 2000, I wrote a short guide-dog work FAQ; I also wrote up a daily log of what we did in class each day.
Note that I'm no relation of the physicist Sir C. V. Raman of Raman spectroscopy fame.
Last modified: Mon May 13 10:27:26 2002