Monthly Archives: December 2011

Library

All right, I have put up a Library page, which I’ll add to over the next couple of weeks while I have a bit of time to do extra stuff. So far I’m offering it in semi-annotated MLA format (roughly) … Continue reading

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fifty words that sound good with utopia, with proper nouns, uncapitalised

as follows: cornucopia benedicta heterotopia mitochondria euphorbia colloquia photophobia claustrophobia hypermetropia hemianopia cecropia homophobia xenophobia agoraphobia dicta cambodia hypochondria euphoria myopia amblyopia ethiopia patagonia phobia zenobia dystopia mongolia petunia nubia estonia apologia caledonia matilda mathilda macedonia claudia dyspareunia austria ionia … Continue reading

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writing this paper and the killer/victim binary

Now I am at the point in the writing process where the deadline feels larger than me and I am counting the hours I have left to organise myself and my sources into some kind of sense. Any hope of … Continue reading

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Working in your sleep

This is something I learned to do during music school five hundred million years ago. It works really well for writing, too. I woke up with a clear plan for an introduction to this paper and it’s not stressing me … Continue reading

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The difference between English and Canadian English

has to do with which words you “ise” and which words you simply just “ize.” Sometimes I feel obsessive about ise-ing, and then things get really clever for a while, and Word’s sometimes faulty Find function gets a real going … Continue reading

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