Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical

this resembles an update

Apparently, my famous blogger twin is Andrew Sullivan.
“Opinionated with a lot to say. You blog because you truly love to write.”
Well, duh.

trijinx is back. I went over after dinner tonight to check out her 2005 Extreme Ironing calendar and then we watched “Lineage” (Angel 5.07) like old times. We also caught the end of Not Another Teen Movie, which seems entertaining.

I finally decided on plotbunnies for my Metamorphosis Challenge fics. The BtVS one was remarkably easy to write once i got going, though i’m opting for sleep over finishing it. [2,000+ words in a day, though. I was impressed with me.] Anyone wanna beta it when it’s done?

Oh, i had forgotten what a wonderful concept Subtile Pairings [a Buffy&Angel-verse rare pairing archive] is.

Googling for the opening passage of The Story of Ping, i found an Amazon review (John E. Fracisco -- El Segundo, CA!) on Ping-as-Unix which concludes:
The Story About Ping has earned a place on my bookshelf, right between Stevens' Advanced Programming in the Unix Environment, and my dog-eared copy of Dante's seminal work on MS Windows, Inferno. Who can read that passage on the Windows API ("Obscure, profound it was, and nebulous, So that by fixing on its depths my sight -- Nothing whatever I discerned therein."), without shaking their head with deep understanding. But I digress.

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