Monthly Archives: June 2013

Comment on Self-Assessment: The One Question Every New Writer Wants Answered

The One Question Every New Writer Wants Answered On the last day of the quarter, I often ask students in my memoir class to write down on an anonymous slip of paper a question about writing. When I did this recently, I received a number of questions about the legal implications of writing about others, […]

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Mageia 3 Installed

I finally got my Linux distribution upgraded. After mulling over the options, I opted to install Mageia 3. It has been a good experience so far. KDE 4.10.2 continues to work for me as have past iterations of this graphical environment. Libreoffice 4.0.3 works without a hiccup. Amarok Music Player actually works properly now (it never […]

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1000+ Views…Yay?

I recently hit 1000 views of my blog. I guess I should be excited or maybe not. It’s not like that is such a massive number. However, for my humble blog, I think it’s significant. I don’t do very much promotion beyond the Publicize feature to alert people I know on Twitter and Facebook (oh, […]

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IMF admits it botched bailout of Greece

IMF admits it botched bailout of Greece I finally have a chance to commit to the ether some thoughts on this article. Apparently, the IMF has admitted in a report it published that it was “excessive” in its application of austerity measures in the case of Greece. This is a big admission from an organization […]

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Version intégrale (2011) | Garou | MP3 Downloads 7digital Canada

Version intégrale (2011) | Garou | MP3 Downloads 7digital Canada. I’m listening to this album while working away. It’s making the day a bit better after a rough start. 🙂

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If companies had realistic slogans

Originally posted on Things Could Be Worse:
Truth in advertising…. Things Could Be Worse View original post

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“Spock” Takes a Day Off

Leonard Nimoy hangs around his “house” and generally has a good slob.

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