Monthly Archives: December 2009

Thanks, 2009

Reviewing 2009: family, housework, research, and travel. Continue reading

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“Made easy” books at AAS

For my American Antiquarian Society fellowship proposal: things American writers “made easy” in books before 1876. Continue reading

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Renovations

Time for revisions to the look and feel of this weblog. Continue reading

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Long run, short day

Ran ten miles, longest since my half, on the winter solstice. Continue reading

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Christmas picture 2009

Our 2009 Christmas photo, and some outtakes too. Continue reading

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Track taxonomy for runners

A runners’ guide to denizens of the indoor track. Continue reading

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Platform studies, antidefined

Ian Bogost and Nick Montfort on what “platform studies” is not–and is. We need to balance thinking about hardware, and we need to learn some code. But that doesn’t mean getting away from software, culture, or the traditional concerns of the humanities. Continue reading

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Amelia walks

Madelyn walked two days before her first birthday. As with everything, Amelia has taken a more laid-back approach than her sister. She’s been capable of standing and walking for a few weeks now, but seems to prefer crawling. Here is … Continue reading

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Tea party

We attend a tea party with Madelyn. Continue reading

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