I planned my semester so that I work at home on Fridays and Mondays, not touching any kind of administration. So today I’m working on a book chapter about research blogging, and working at ignoring all those other nagging tasks that go with administrating. I think separate research days will be really good.

3 thoughts on “breather

  1. Jill

    Yes. You have to beat (gently) the system. Otherwise the system beats you (less gently=…

  2. Jill

    OK, so that’s freaky. First time someone’s commented as “Jill” who wasn’t me! And, uh, since the URL goes to my old website, I guess it’s not just some other Jill but someone using my name.


    The IP number was, which a whois suggests is in Amsterdam. Oh well.

  3. JosÈ Angel

    So that wasn’t me. If this is me.

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