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3am in London

Well. They insist on calling it "9am" here, but you get the idea. I’m in Kensington, at Chris’ conference hotel...

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Books, Life

The worst part about this post is that I pretty much just lifted it from an email to a friend....

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Halloween

We had a great Halloween – I put a bunch of candles out in the yard, and we got bombarded...

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Cornell Catering is trying to kill me Part II

I was leaving work, tired and hungry, when suddenly a uniform-clad minion appeared at my elbow and offered me a...

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Two-sentence movie review: The Mummy

Any self-respecting librarian would commit seppuku for knocking over that many shelves of incunabulum. Self-referential bad movies are still bad...

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Oxford

shannon Says: October 18th, 2005 at 1:47 pm e Awesome! If you make it to Oxford (hours train ride from...

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Recent goings-on, presented in rhyming couplets

1. An identity crisis might ensue, Skipping the SLA meeting for a workshop on XHTML2. *Sorry SLA. You’re great and...

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I’m going to see London! I’m going to see France!

I’m going to London! And Spain! (not France – that was just to make the title funny) There’s a nifty-looking...

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Two Sentence book review: The Wisdom of Crowds

You, sir, are no Malcolm Gladwell, and thus I fell asleep several times as I waded through your social-studies-report caliber...

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Serenity

Get thee to Serenity. It required some monumental orchestration, but we got there Saturday and spent the rest of the...

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