NaNoWriMo Thoughts

Oh no! I’m hav­ing sec­ond thoughts about my NaNoW­riMo nov­el! One idea would be a nor­mal nov­el, a mys­tery. The oth­er would be a series of vignettes that are strung into a novel—kinda like most of Spi­der Robin­son’s Calla­han’s books, although I would­n’t flat­ter myself that they’d be that good. I real­ly should­n’t be rethink­ing this with […]

Weird Realization

Weird real­iza­tion… I don’t trust monog­a­mous peo­ple who have any expressed or per­ceived inter­est in my part­ners, even if it’s in the dis­tant past, to be cur­rent friends with my part­ners. It isn’t about my lev­el of trust in my part­ners. It’s not about monog­a­mous peo­ple in gen­er­al. For instance, some of you are monogamous […]

Too Funny

Girls pum­mel man who exposed him­self PHILADELPHIA, Penn­syl­va­nia (Reuters) –A man described by author­i­ties as a known sex­u­al preda­tor was chased through the streets of South Philadel­phia by an angry crowd of Catholic high school girls, who kicked and punched him after he was tack­led by neigh­bors, police said Fri­day. Rudy Susan­to, 25, who had […]


crim­son­blos­som—thank you. You did­n’t have to do that. The card and the present are much appre­ci­at­ed :-) I’m thank­ful for: 1) Afore­men­tioned pressie and the sweet lady who sent it :-) 2) Friends who are real­ly into Hal­loween who invite shad­owkatt over to join them for their cel­e­bra­tion :-) She gets the full expe­ri­ence and I’m not feel­ing guilty […]

Email Nuisance

Spam­Cop is hav­ing DNS prob­lems due to some screw-up with their domain reg­is­trar. I fil­ter most of my email through their servers, so I sel­dom actu­al­ly see any of the hun­dreds of spam mes­sages sent to my var­i­ous accounts on any giv­en day (oth­er than scan­ning the list of senders and sub­jects before I tell […]

Mind Mapping

Neat stuff: Graph­ic Orga­niz­ers: Graph­ic orga­niz­ers (also called con­cept maps, enti­ty rela­tion­ship charts, and mind maps) are a pic­to­r­i­al way of con­struct­ing knowl­edge and orga­niz­ing infor­ma­tion. They help the stu­dent con­vert and com­press a lot of seem­ing­ly dis­joint­ed infor­ma­tion into a struc­tured, sim­­ple-to-read, graph­ic dis­play. The result­ing visu­al dis­play con­veys com­plex infor­ma­tion in a simple-to-understand […]

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