Big Breakfast Friday

This morning thing is this huge untapped reservoir of time that I usually sleep through; it is amazing.

Reading: I wouldn’t call a little more than thirty pages of Death of the Necromancer in a week reading, more like poking at it with a stick. I read the second Starman Omnibus.

Planning: Eggs and sausage, then the gym.

Wearing: Sweat pants and such.

Writing: My effin’ Issue Brief, due on Monday.

And you?

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32 thoughts on “Big Breakfast Friday

  1. Reading: Psychology textbooks, particular the chapters on perception. Also A Tale Of Two Cities, which is rather good.

    Planning: Next psychology project, which involves coding what people are saying.

    Wearing: T-shirt and lounge-style pyjama trousers.

    Writing: Revising the psychology essay, which is due today.

  2. Reading: Psychology textbooks, particular the chapters on perception. Also A Tale Of Two Cities, which is rather good.

    Planning: Next psychology project, which involves coding what people are saying.

    Wearing: T-shirt and lounge-style pyjama trousers.

    Writing: Revising the psychology essay, which is due today.

  3. Reading: Psychology textbooks, particular the chapters on perception. Also A Tale Of Two Cities, which is rather good.

    Planning: Next psychology project, which involves coding what people are saying.

    Wearing: T-shirt and lounge-style pyjama trousers.

    Writing: Revising the psychology essay, which is due today.

  4. Reading: Psychology textbooks, particular the chapters on perception. Also A Tale Of Two Cities, which is rather good.

    Planning: Next psychology project, which involves coding what people are saying.

    Wearing: T-shirt and lounge-style pyjama trousers.

    Writing: Revising the psychology essay, which is due today.

  5. Reading: Read Jingo and Thud! again this week, read some “Eats, Shoots, and Leaves”, will read “Night’s Master” and finish the last 60 pages of “Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell” today or tomorrow, probably. Also read too many articles about education, civics education, Philosophy of Language, and some Plato, and some Foucault.

    Planning: Catching up on TV and torrents.

    Wearing: Sweat-pants and a T-Shirt of Skull from PvP.

    Writing: Thankfully, nothing.

  6. Reading: Read Jingo and Thud! again this week, read some “Eats, Shoots, and Leaves”, will read “Night’s Master” and finish the last 60 pages of “Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell” today or tomorrow, probably. Also read too many articles about education, civics education, Philosophy of Language, and some Plato, and some Foucault.

    Planning: Catching up on TV and torrents.

    Wearing: Sweat-pants and a T-Shirt of Skull from PvP.

    Writing: Thankfully, nothing.

  7. Reading: Read Jingo and Thud! again this week, read some “Eats, Shoots, and Leaves”, will read “Night’s Master” and finish the last 60 pages of “Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell” today or tomorrow, probably. Also read too many articles about education, civics education, Philosophy of Language, and some Plato, and some Foucault.

    Planning: Catching up on TV and torrents.

    Wearing: Sweat-pants and a T-Shirt of Skull from PvP.

    Writing: Thankfully, nothing.

  8. Reading: Read Jingo and Thud! again this week, read some “Eats, Shoots, and Leaves”, will read “Night’s Master” and finish the last 60 pages of “Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell” today or tomorrow, probably. Also read too many articles about education, civics education, Philosophy of Language, and some Plato, and some Foucault.

    Planning: Catching up on TV and torrents.

    Wearing: Sweat-pants and a T-Shirt of Skull from PvP.

    Writing: Thankfully, nothing.

  9. Reading: I have also been “poking” at my book instead of really reading lately. So sad. In this Skin by Simon Clark.

    Planning: Seeing a bunch of Philadelphia Film Fest movies for my birthday later this month. Excitement.

    Wearing: My punky Joker Ledger shirt. Stripity pants. Sweater and arm warmers. It is real cold.

    Arting: Very ground level concept art for a videogame. I’m kind of suprised by how much I’m expected to use my brain and think through tech-style problems in addition to just drawing. It’s really fun and interesting and confusing and overwhelming all at the same time. Also doing my best to “poke” at my other projects while doing this.

  10. Reading: I have also been “poking” at my book instead of really reading lately. So sad. In this Skin by Simon Clark.

    Planning: Seeing a bunch of Philadelphia Film Fest movies for my birthday later this month. Excitement.

    Wearing: My punky Joker Ledger shirt. Stripity pants. Sweater and arm warmers. It is real cold.

    Arting: Very ground level concept art for a videogame. I’m kind of suprised by how much I’m expected to use my brain and think through tech-style problems in addition to just drawing. It’s really fun and interesting and confusing and overwhelming all at the same time. Also doing my best to “poke” at my other projects while doing this.

  11. Reading: I have also been “poking” at my book instead of really reading lately. So sad. In this Skin by Simon Clark.

    Planning: Seeing a bunch of Philadelphia Film Fest movies for my birthday later this month. Excitement.

    Wearing: My punky Joker Ledger shirt. Stripity pants. Sweater and arm warmers. It is real cold.

    Arting: Very ground level concept art for a videogame. I’m kind of suprised by how much I’m expected to use my brain and think through tech-style problems in addition to just drawing. It’s really fun and interesting and confusing and overwhelming all at the same time. Also doing my best to “poke” at my other projects while doing this.

  12. Reading: I have also been “poking” at my book instead of really reading lately. So sad. In this Skin by Simon Clark.

    Planning: Seeing a bunch of Philadelphia Film Fest movies for my birthday later this month. Excitement.

    Wearing: My punky Joker Ledger shirt. Stripity pants. Sweater and arm warmers. It is real cold.

    Arting: Very ground level concept art for a videogame. I’m kind of suprised by how much I’m expected to use my brain and think through tech-style problems in addition to just drawing. It’s really fun and interesting and confusing and overwhelming all at the same time. Also doing my best to “poke” at my other projects while doing this.

  13. Reading: House of Chains. Malazan books torture me because they’re so close to awesome.

    Planning: To co-ordinate babysitting so I can go see the Watchmen with my wife.

    Wearing: Work clothes including jeans.

    Writing: An american road movie oracle.

  14. Reading: House of Chains. Malazan books torture me because they’re so close to awesome.

    Planning: To co-ordinate babysitting so I can go see the Watchmen with my wife.

    Wearing: Work clothes including jeans.

    Writing: An american road movie oracle.

  15. Reading: House of Chains. Malazan books torture me because they’re so close to awesome.

    Planning: To co-ordinate babysitting so I can go see the Watchmen with my wife.

    Wearing: Work clothes including jeans.

    Writing: An american road movie oracle.

  16. Reading: House of Chains. Malazan books torture me because they’re so close to awesome.

    Planning: To co-ordinate babysitting so I can go see the Watchmen with my wife.

    Wearing: Work clothes including jeans.

    Writing: An american road movie oracle.

  17. Reading: Still Palimpsest. Good, but I’m not going fast. Also, Dragon, the Dragearan larp that Foam Brain is running at the end of the month.

    Planning: Food, working leisurely on larps, visiting the unemployment folks as instructed.

    Wearing: Cuorduroys, thermals, t-shirt.

    Writing: My zine for Alarums & Excursions, various blog post drafts from notes from conventions and impressions of the Watchmen movie.

  18. Reading: Still Palimpsest. Good, but I’m not going fast. Also, Dragon, the Dragearan larp that Foam Brain is running at the end of the month.

    Planning: Food, working leisurely on larps, visiting the unemployment folks as instructed.

    Wearing: Cuorduroys, thermals, t-shirt.

    Writing: My zine for Alarums & Excursions, various blog post drafts from notes from conventions and impressions of the Watchmen movie.

  19. Reading: Still Palimpsest. Good, but I’m not going fast. Also, Dragon, the Dragearan larp that Foam Brain is running at the end of the month.

    Planning: Food, working leisurely on larps, visiting the unemployment folks as instructed.

    Wearing: Cuorduroys, thermals, t-shirt.

    Writing: My zine for Alarums & Excursions, various blog post drafts from notes from conventions and impressions of the Watchmen movie.

  20. Reading: Still Palimpsest. Good, but I’m not going fast. Also, Dragon, the Dragearan larp that Foam Brain is running at the end of the month.

    Planning: Food, working leisurely on larps, visiting the unemployment folks as instructed.

    Wearing: Cuorduroys, thermals, t-shirt.

    Writing: My zine for Alarums & Excursions, various blog post drafts from notes from conventions and impressions of the Watchmen movie.

  21. R: On Book Five (?) of the Lord of the Rings. The one with the Rohirrim. I can’t believe how much I’m liking the damn thing.

    P: Relaxing a bit after hitting a big deadline. Continuing my just-started D&D classic monster re-imagining doodles. If I can get access to a scanner, I’ll start posting them. Judd, I did some work on the gith.

    W: Nothing fancy. New pants!

    W: Nothing, really. Moved from OpenGL to SDL for my Roguelike. 1001110101101.

    What’s Death of the Necromancer?

    • When and I came back from seeing the second part of Jackson’s movie adaptation of LotR, I made him listen while I read the chapter about the battle of Helm’s Deep. It’s about 20 pages, and filled with suspenseful moments that Jackson apparently didn’t think were as interesting as skateboarding elves. It isn’t even that I mind the skateboarding — I would just have liked him to have also kept in the stuff Tolkien used.

    • When and I came back from seeing the second part of Jackson’s movie adaptation of LotR, I made him listen while I read the chapter about the battle of Helm’s Deep. It’s about 20 pages, and filled with suspenseful moments that Jackson apparently didn’t think were as interesting as skateboarding elves. It isn’t even that I mind the skateboarding — I would just have liked him to have also kept in the stuff Tolkien used.

  22. R: On Book Five (?) of the Lord of the Rings. The one with the Rohirrim. I can’t believe how much I’m liking the damn thing.

    P: Relaxing a bit after hitting a big deadline. Continuing my just-started D&D classic monster re-imagining doodles. If I can get access to a scanner, I’ll start posting them. Judd, I did some work on the gith.

    W: Nothing fancy. New pants!

    W: Nothing, really. Moved from OpenGL to SDL for my Roguelike. 1001110101101.

    What’s Death of the Necromancer?

  23. R: On Book Five (?) of the Lord of the Rings. The one with the Rohirrim. I can’t believe how much I’m liking the damn thing.

    P: Relaxing a bit after hitting a big deadline. Continuing my just-started D&D classic monster re-imagining doodles. If I can get access to a scanner, I’ll start posting them. Judd, I did some work on the gith.

    W: Nothing fancy. New pants!

    W: Nothing, really. Moved from OpenGL to SDL for my Roguelike. 1001110101101.

    What’s Death of the Necromancer?

  24. R: On Book Five (?) of the Lord of the Rings. The one with the Rohirrim. I can’t believe how much I’m liking the damn thing.

    P: Relaxing a bit after hitting a big deadline. Continuing my just-started D&D classic monster re-imagining doodles. If I can get access to a scanner, I’ll start posting them. Judd, I did some work on the gith.

    W: Nothing fancy. New pants!

    W: Nothing, really. Moved from OpenGL to SDL for my Roguelike. 1001110101101.

    What’s Death of the Necromancer?

  25. When and I came back from seeing the second part of Jackson’s movie adaptation of LotR, I made him listen while I read the chapter about the battle of Helm’s Deep. It’s about 20 pages, and filled with suspenseful moments that Jackson apparently didn’t think were as interesting as skateboarding elves. It isn’t even that I mind the skateboarding — I would just have liked him to have also kept in the stuff Tolkien used.

  26. When and I came back from seeing the second part of Jackson’s movie adaptation of LotR, I made him listen while I read the chapter about the battle of Helm’s Deep. It’s about 20 pages, and filled with suspenseful moments that Jackson apparently didn’t think were as interesting as skateboarding elves. It isn’t even that I mind the skateboarding — I would just have liked him to have also kept in the stuff Tolkien used.

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