Monthly Archives: June 2007

Decisions

So here’s the situation. I have one job offer already, for a small liberal arts college in Maryland. It’s a beautiful college and town, but the pay would be tight. Very. They just have a strict budget, and there’s not … Continue reading

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Exhausted

Hello all. I’ve finally resurfaced, although I have to warn you I’m not going to post much tonight. I just got back from my trip (“vacation” doesn’t enter into it), and I’m pretty darn tired. But the trip was a … Continue reading

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Pleasant Weather

Today was a very pleasant day, both at the conference and at the interview. I enjoyed meeting with people in person at last, after so many bouts of phone interviews. I feel like I can express myself better in person … Continue reading

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Finally Here

Well it took forever, but I’m at the conference now. Haven’t checked in yet–I got here too late to–but I’ll do that first thing in the morning. Really, there’s not much for me to report just yet. I’m apprehensive about … Continue reading

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ALA

I just finished looking over the schedule for ALA, and I have to admit I’m getting pretty excited for this conference. How in the world am I going to have time to do everything I want to do, though? There … Continue reading

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Lesana Update

I just finished rewriting the climax of Lesana (now titled Vodnik or Vodniks Bite–I’m not entirely sure which. Any preferences?) I still have a fair amount of denoument to do, but this was over 9,000 Microsoft word count words worth … Continue reading

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Life of a Gold Farmer

I just read a fascinating article in the New York Times Magazine about gold farming–the practice of players earning fake money in an online game and then selling it for real money.  If you’re in to online gaming at all, … Continue reading

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