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Jan 17Professor, Professor

I have four of them this semester as of this posting. I hope to have half that many soon, but that depends on the fates (read: Letters & Science advising and policy). Let me tell you a few things about them.

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Aug 11Low-DotQ Summer

So, back in early May, I said I’d make great use of this summer. I’d “get stuff done,” have a “schedule.” Like all such promises, it fell through. So DotQ has languished. And it will probably continue to do so, especially since my probably-super-busy fall semester is practically upon me. But, I have two more… positive things to say.

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May 9Summer Is Here (Again)

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Just finished the spring semester. I need a break. So I’m going to take one. For one week.

Next Monday, I begin creating my schedule. I want to get stuff done this summer, to actually produce something. I mean, I guess I did the Tundra of Heroes website last year, which was cool, but I can do so much more. I don’t yet know how I’m going to be using my time yet, or on what I’ll be working, but I’ll keep DotQ posted. Expect some melange of failed attempts at funny cartoons, over-ambitious game development projects, and both long- and short-form writing.

Feb 9Crowbars, ice picks, it’s all the same

No Night Switch today. I’m busy analyzing “the ice pick is not in her hand; it is her hand.”

Feb 1Achronology

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in a time of resumptions…



this was almost three years ago, and what’s up with re-painting the whole sidewalk chalk mural narrative anyway?

I love and (occasionally) miss you all, and shall come up with some nice thing or other to offer for sharing soon. In the mean time here’s an etching of Flak on a recently amazing dinosaur hunt, plus a random kangaroo in the snow, because like dinosaurs joeys conjure archaeology.

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Jan 1Resolutions ’11

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Following up on this post and continuing a tradition that I unfortunately spurned last year.

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