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Monthly Archives: November 2011
Couldn’t decide whether today’s words belonged here or on the professional blog. Decided to put them there. I’m really proud of having taken the time to write those words. I had the idea for them while I was driving to … Continue reading
When I told my students last week about how November means that the semester is two-thirds over, they whimpered. Today I handed out assignments for final papers. Whimper.
I love the return to standard time every fall. I’ve been complaining this year about how the switch from the familiar last Sunday in October to a date that makes trick or treating something that doesn’t happen in the dark … Continue reading
No number for today because I just want to reflect on the process and the way that the slides are and are not working. I’ve been thinking of them as something I would like to have playing as people enter … Continue reading
It’s quite beyond me how anyone could write 1,667 words in a day. At a rate of 250 words per page, that’s getting on for seven pages, and I know people who force themselves to write four pages a day … Continue reading
Not a lot. Focus for today was on concept. A series of slides that will loop continuously while people enter the room.
Today’s words are here. So far, I’m short about a day’s worth of words. I’m interested in how 50,000 words over 30 days (1,667 words) seems to be about double my comfortable output level. Hmmmm….