On Monday, November 5, 2018 Rigoberta Menchú Tum was awarded the Alice and Clifford Spendlove Prize in Social Justice, Diplomacy and Tolerance at the Art Kamangar Center at Merced Theater in downtown Merced. The 1992 Nobel Peace Prize winner was the 12th recipient of this UC Merced Prize.
Rigoberta’s presentation was informal, touching, and profound.
She sat for a book signing, and I photographed her with the intention of drawing her freehand in my iPad Pro in the Sketch Club app.
Rigoberta Menchú (click on image to enlarge)
Sketch Club has a cool technical feature that summarizes the drawing/painting statistics:
Fellow bloggers, especially those with Premium plan, do you have any suggestions for alternative analytics options for those of us who can’t understand why wordpress.com doesn’t “support” Google Analytics within the Premium package. My traffic is low, my numbers are low, but I learn so much from this sort of information; and, it’s disappointing that the built in WP statistics are so superficial AND the free statcounter option is often misaligned or at variance with WP statistics. Any suggestions?
The Stats on WordPress.com are a special favorite of many site owners — it’s our second-most visited screen. At a glance, you can see when you get the most traffic, which posts are making the biggest impact, who your most frequent commenters are, and more. It’s a great way to gain insights into your visitors and your site.
To complement our built-in stats and to give you even more information about your traffic, you can now use Google Analytics with WordPress.com, as part of the WordPress.com Business plan.
Add the Business plan to your site and get everything you need to build a great website, including support for Google Analytics. If you already added the Business plan to your site, start using Google Analytics today, from the Settings → Analytics screen. Read on for more information about Google Analytics and using it with your site.
Getting started with Google Analytics on WordPress.com