· Bloggership: How Blogs are Transforming Legal Scholaship: Harvard Law School's Berkman Center for Internet & Society invites you to attend a Blogging Event on April 28. Click here for more information. (4/10/06)
April 28 is a Friday. It's not a teaching day, though . . . .
Edit: Oops. The PDF is an intranet link. I poked a bit and found basically the same info here
, though it doesn't have the address (1587 Massachusetts Avenue • Baker House 102). I uploaded the PDF to my site
Waiting for the Red Line at South Station this morning there was a blond woman in black (turtleneck and knee-length skirt) playing violin (no music stand). This is why I should carry change (read: quarters -- not the dimes&pennies I often have). Also, I need a violin icon.
Walking to HBS I was behind possibly the tallest woman I have ever seen (and usually I don't notice when people are a few inches taller than me); red (orange) hair about to her shoulders, black coat like mine but only about to her knees.
Last night, Eric went to see Marisol (by Jose Rivera)
I was talking with RA while she was doing some work on the computer and she's not so much stressed as just tired and I was rubbing her back 'cause it's what I do and she was so pleased and I'd forgotten how soothing it is for me
to do that. I miss that.
Yesterday I left work right at 5 and restrained myself from rushing to the T Station 'cause I felt like I should
be rushing even though I knew I didn't have to. I ended up quite a few minutes early.
Today I left at the same time and was more comfortable strolling and ended up at the T Station just a bit later than usual but almost late for my commuter rail connection.
I feel the moral of this is that I should just bloody well hustle.
Walking to the T Station I was behind a woman wearing white stiletto sandals, no stockings. After a bit she just took off her shoes. I wanted to say something laudatory to her but couldn't think of how to phrase it.
As I hurried through South Station to get my train I saw the Clothesline Project up (BARCC). Teh Intarnet tells me it was one day only.
"Make room for the extra passengers from the ballgame," the conductors announced. I actually felt like there were fewer passengers than usual. (I didn't have to share my two-seater, for one.)
My college yearbook came today.
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Yeah, I don't have my cell phone on at work, and when I nap on the train home I don't turn it on, so I definitely have it off for whole days at a time sometimes. ('S not like anybody calls me much anyway. I did get your text the day it snowed, though.
) I always just assumed it stored text messages like it would voicemails, though. (I also thought my brother and I had tried to stop it sending us text messages since we get e-mail notifications of payment anyhow.)
My workplace has been healthy recently, but plague and injury seems to be, well, plaguing, the flist; and Terry was home with bronchitis last week. What up, yo?
Also, I am being reminded that I am unusual in actually liking a desk job.
P.S. From my dad, David Kopel (of Volokh Conspiracy) on The Judas Gospel
. Have added it to my original post on the matter
. The post also links to intelligent writings from a modern Gnostic