In short, the bloggers’ gathering was a success. It was interesting and enjoyable to meet a diverse group of engaging people, none of whom really have an appearance that screams blogger!, whatever sort of appearance that might be.
The Library Court party afterwards, to which I brought two of the people from the bloggers’ gathering, succeeded in blocking any attempts to work on all the academic things that need to be done. That said, I was not fighting and kicking to make progress on them. Why, there are hours left yet.
This afternoon included a quasi-valiant effort to move forward on the various projects that must be complete next week:
- Paper for Andrew Hurrell (Tuesday)
- Paper for Dr. Fawcett and Wright (Tuesday)
- Presentation on American isolationism during the interwar years (Tuesday)
- Statistics Assignment (Wednesday)
- Pay fees and battles (Friday)
Tomorrow, all these things will begin to orbit elegantly around the gravitational centre of whatever intellect I still possess: condensing and organizing themselves to the point where they are both internally and externally comprehensible.