Once I stop being so damn busy these will get better, I promise.
But right now I’m spending about 14 hours on campus every day and I’m STILL not getting everything done. So as unfortunate as it is, blogging has fallen to “low priority” status, at least for now.
I’m thinking that sometime in the near future I’m going to a week of video blogs, ‘cause I’ve never done such a thing and I’ve got a fancy-shmancy iPad (birthday present) for recording my inane drabble in video format.
But as for now, I’ve achieved crippling levels of suck in pretty much every aspect of my life, so I’m going to go curl up and try not to do anything too self-destructive.
So if you’re reading this you’ve probably seen the changes I made with respect to the title and color of my blog. Purple and blue are nice, but rainbows are “me.”
I had some other colors for the lettering of “Eigenblogger” other than the yellow—purple, white, black, blue—but I think yellow works the best.
There might be a few other tweaks in the next few days, so if things are tripping around, don’t freak out.
As if anyone visits this thing daily.
OH MY GOD today has been the most frustrating day I’ve had in a long time. Our CS lab assignment made me want to stab myself in the face.
Why. Am. I. So. Bad. At. Everything. I. Do.
This made me laugh (and made me oddly aroused):
Warning: wear headphones if watching in a public place unless you want a lot of weird looks.
So you may have noticed that I’ve got a new little tab thingy up at the top of my blog.
I’ve decided to make my attempt at 10,000 blog posts a legitimate goal. How interesting would it be to see the progression of a person over the span of approximately 27 years? Even though I’m like the least interesting person on the planet, I think just chronicling about a quarter of a century’s worth of time for anyone would prove an interesting study.
So yeah. Yet another Claudia Goal. Are you ready to put up with my inanity for another 21 years?
2. This study is old news now I suppose, but I still find it disturbing. 53% of 16-30 year olds would give up their sense of smell for Facebook? What in the hell, people. I’d happily trade all social networking, perhaps even my blogging, for the ability to smell.
3. “Newton, Leibniz, and Pascal were all playing Hide-and-Seek, and it was Leibniz’s turn to count. Pascal immediately runs off and finds a great hiding spot, while Newton simply stands out in the open and draws a one-meter square on the ground around himself. Leibniz finishes counting, and when he looks up, he sees Newton. ‘Aha!’ he yells, ‘I found you!’ Newton responds, ‘No, you found one Newton per square meter- You found Pascal!’” (source)
Again, sorry my blogs have been sucking always lately. Crazy semester is crazy.
Ahoy, fellow internet-goers! Claudia here, blogging from scenic Sea-Tac Airport.
Currently, the weather’s pitching a hissy fit and it’s foggy and cold and wet (SURPRISE SURPRISE). The bottoms of my pant legs are wet, my hair looks horrible, but I’m going to see my mom in approximately five hours!
I need to study for calc/write my essay/do my trig homework/grade papers/get lectures ready/get homeworks ready/email people, but I’m going to just draw instead.
TAKE THAT, RESPONSIBILITY!
GOD I’M A BAD PERSON.
I’m really sorry, guys. I just mass-posted 32 pages worth of blog and probably annoyed the crap out of any subscribers. Totally understand if you want to unsubscribe.
Anyway. School + work + joy of teaching stats kind of took over my life. I’d write my blog for the day and then I’d be like “oh, internet!” and get distracted enough that by the time I realized I hadn’t actually posted yet I’d think “bah, too late, must sleep,” so I’d stick it in a Word document.
Flimsy excuse is flimsy.
I’ll try to be better, I promise!
Will a guy riding a Ritz cracker make up for it?
Oh my god.
Oh my god.
Pardon the short blogs this week; I’ve been super busy getting everything done. But by tomorrow I’ll have NOTHING!
Which will be weird.
Holy freaking crap, have any of you been in the bathrooms in the Mines building? I opened the door to the third floor women’s bathroom by the College of Science office and I almost had a seizure.
I felt like I was in one of those glass-floored checkered rooms that they put babies in to test and see if they’ve got depth perception yet.