Apt. 11D I came across this by chance, but I’d like to follow this up. One seeming disconnect between me and my fellow PhD students (and some faculty as well) becomes particularly boldfaced during “extracurricular” events, like the potluck we had this week to welcome new students/faculty. That is, we are all smooshed into one… Continue reading Apt. 11D: New addition to the blogroll
the cluetrain manifesto media.org references for later. no time to write about them now. here’s where the blog is nice for me…I can return to these once the kids, complaining for ice cream, go to bed.
I’m trying to figure out why terminaldegreewon’t take a trackback; it must have to do with the platform or whatever. At any rate, terminal degree posted on June 7 a list of strategies for doing diss work. Very useful!
I should be working. I’m not. Via Palmer. Last Cigarette: I tried smoking when I was 9. It was pretty gross, and I got into SOOO much trouble with my step-dad for stealing his lighter (mentioning the actual punishment would have CPS after him even now, 20 years later). Last Car Ride: Picked up my… Continue reading cheap blog entry
I couldn’t resist. As a runner and product of the no-fat vegan-leaning generation, the atkins diet and other no-carb trends really confound me. So George H. Williams’ post from a few days back (i got your atkins diet right here) caught my attention. My comfort food: rice krispie treats. I have a dear friend and… Continue reading comfort food
Collin vs. Blog: Dissertation advice? So that I can find this later! I should probably print this out, poster-sized, and hang it here over my desk. It would be nice if Collin would run some advice on exam writing, but since I just had coffee with him last week and bled him of as much… Continue reading Collin vs. Blog: Dissertation advice?
I return from a Sunny Days board meeting. Sunny Days is the pre school at a Methodist church that Jack attends, and somehow last year I got wrangled into sitting on the board (it probably has to do with my girl scout troop meeting at that same church, my teaching VBS at that church, and… Continue reading being a real adult, and other excitement