In September, 2003, I was blogging about
- What the NY Times called the “campus fad” of Internet plagiarism.
- “What Does a Professor Do All Day?” (Clearly we are wasting our time whenever we are not standing in front of a classroom.)
- “Graphic Artist Carefully Assigns Ethnicities To Anthropomorphic Recyclables“
- Leni Riefenstahl Dies (although she distanced herself from the Nazi party, her epic documentary glorified Hitler’s facism)
- Aaron Delwiche’s Livejournal account of a disastrous EverQuest session: “Warning: Do not follow strangers into Kithicor forest at night.“
- An outing with students for the “Labor of Love” day of service.
- Portofess, a confessional towed by a bicycle, designed by prankster Joey Skaggs. This was an era where old-school journalists often fell for pranks that would have been obvious if they had searched the blogosphere.
- Sporks are Godlike.
- Updates to my Mechanism Description handout (first posted in 1998).
- Big Idea, the producer of VeggieTales, files for bankruptcy.
- Berkeley Breathed, creator of Bloom County, returns to newspaper comics.
- Shakespeare’s “Hokey Pokey”: “O proud left foot, that ventures quick within
Then soon upon a backward journey lithe.”
- Thoughts on language in the blogosphere (including terms that are historical footnotes, such as “link love,” “link whore,” and “fisking.”)
Steampunk officer uniforms -- test #Blender3D #Unity3D
Jumpsuit for a female mechanic in my #neovictorian #steampunk project. #blender3d #unity3d
Finished the female officers for my neovictorian steampunk personal project. #blender3d, #...
Chess with my son. As usual, it didn't go well for me.
MLA in-text citations: avoid these common errors
The daughter (giving the piggyback ride in pic 2) doing a thing that starts tomorrow.