So, there have been some hits and some misses. The misses: the Jamestown connection through Eppy Frances Wimberley didn’t pan
As some of you know, I’ve been doing one of these every year since 2015, making this the fifth year
I say “absolutely” WAY the hell too much. Which is actually symptomatic of my utter inability to think on my
UPDATE 28 Nov 2019: This one ultimately didn’t pan out, because even if Margaret Anne Richey was the daughter of
Sorry this is of pretty specific interest; I just want to be able to share it with family. Okay, so,
Which is literally probably of interest only to me and my relatives, but it’s my blog so… yeah. I’ve been
So, I made – wait for it – another Hannibal video. What a surprise. But it confirmed something I had suspected
There’s a device used (primarily) in printed Japanese that I first became interested in back in the earliest days of my Adachi Mitsuru manga
Or, Why Did My Paper Get a B? It seems fairly common these days to find an explanation of what letter grades mean on course syllabi, and in my experience the difference between B work and A work is… unclear. It’s clear to the professor, of course (sometimes in that ‘I know an A paper when I see one’ kind of way), but the way it’s typically worded – “a B paper does everything well” vs. “an A paper exceeds expectations” – I mean, what the hell is that supposed to mean? And it’s difficult to explain, especially to irate students, until now.
This isn’t a proper blog post so much as thinking out loud. And still playing with Hannibal because, Hannibal.