Saturday, October 28, 2006

I'm spoiling my system here...

Two years, and not one quiz do I post here, and now I go and ruin everything. Way to go me.

I am a d4

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Monday, October 23, 2006

[This Space for Rent]

Well another week, and another recording for the UD radio. It's not up yet of corse. The school has to sort out something with its broadcasting liscence. -_- When things finally get up and running I'll tell people.

There's only eight days left until National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) starts again, which would also mark the two year aniversery of this blog. I can't believe I've kept this going that long. I can't believe I'm a junior. I can't believe Italy won the World Cup. There's a lot of things I can't believe. I've got some pretty good ideas for this years NaNo, but I'm not comfortable with my lack of outlining for the second half. I know what has to happen, but only in the broadest sense, like I'm staring at a wall that I know needs to be painted, but I don't know what color to paint it, much less where I hid the brush. I think part of it is that I'm not as familiar with my supporting cast as I have been in previous years. The main character is Aihan once again, and the female lead is one I created for an RPG back in high school, so I have a good enough grasp of her character to be getting on with, its everyone else creating a problem for me.

The good news is that Dr. S., my new favorite proffessor, has agreed to take an excerpted/abridged/edited 10,000 word cutting of my novel as my term paper for Philosophy of Language. Best. Paper. Topic. Ever. Now I defeinatly have motivation to finish this year.


Monday, October 16, 2006

Look Ma! i'm on teh Internets!!!!!1

UD Radio is radio in name only: the last vestiges of a dying technology. Soon campus radio will be remembered only as a quaint tradition we used to practice back in the benighted days of the Eisenhower administration. Soon after that, its name will be changed to UD Podcasts, or whatever new technology will replace this.

Genesis and I recorded the first session of the Groundling Revolution today. Sometime tomorow it ought to go online, and you will all be able to listen to it at Make me happy listen to our pitiful efforts to work the computer. Our show is comprised of showtunes, and we started things off with songs about revolutions, or at least really big changes.

It took us two hours to record 45 minutes worth of programing. Hopefully someone will appriciate it.


Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Good News, Bad News

The good news is that the spider (or whatever it was, I didn't see it) that bit me yesterday does not seem to be of the killer veriety. I am not dead yet, and my arm is no longer all tingly like it was last night.

The bad news is that I do not seem to have developed any super powers. I'll give it another day or two, just in case.