Monthly Archives for May 2006

a picture story of our story-telling contest

Esther photographed last week’s story-telling contest and compiled a lovely tale of it all. I’m not going to tell you whether I won or not because that would compromise my character’s anonymity, but it sure was a lot of fun! … Continue reading

08. May 2006 by Jill

what do you do when your kid starts ninja-looting?

Liz Lawley’s latest post on Terra Nova mentioned her consternation when a professional connection contacted her to tell her her teenaged son was ninja-looting an instance and would she please log on to tell him to stop. Actually, this has … Continue reading

05. May 2006 by Jill

storytelling competition

I’m telling a story in Thunder Bluff in 45 minutes. See, some non-warriors in my guild had a very glorious shield drop that can only be used by warriors. They decided to run a competition to see which of us … Continue reading

03. May 2006 by Jill
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reasons to be a pseudonymous blogger, part 452249

Actually posting just the last word of your dissertation is exactly the same kind of hide-and-seek now-you-see-me-now-you-don’t game that pseudonymous bloggers get to indulge in all the time. Look, here’s a photo of all of me except my face. Look, … Continue reading

03. May 2006 by Jill


I don’t usually like memes, you know, those things where someone in a blog answers sixty questions and tags other people to answer the same questions. I quite enjoyed the pseudonymous bloggers post photos of their eyes meme the other … Continue reading

03. May 2006 by Jill

news reports from azeroth

Today’s May 1st, and instead of using the holiday to walk in processions waving banners that literary critics should get paid more and have better copyright protection, as emails from the union suggested, or joining the researcher’s union in the … Continue reading

01. May 2006 by Jill
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