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20 July 2008

In the Humorous Vein #9

Blogging will be a bit (more) sparse in the next two weeks, as I’m escaping the heat and humidity of NOVA to go to…Costa Rica. (Hmm. Perhaps this plan would work better if I hadn’t chosen to escape to a tropical country…) I’m not sure if I’ll be able to post while I’m there, but I’ll be back with fantastic volcano photos! In the meantime, I’m going to set up …

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16 July 2008

In the Humorous Vein #8

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22 June 2008

In the Humorous Vein #7

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13 June 2008

Everything I need to know in life, I learned on geo field trips

Can you tell I’d rather be in the field than at a desk right now? Maybe in a few weeks. But in the meantime, because it’s Friday and it’s fun to make lists, I thought I’d go through some of the useful things I’ve learned in the field – mostly through personal experience or helping bandage up someone else who didn’t learn them fast enough. (Fortunately none of them required …

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10 June 2008

In the Humorous Vein #6

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1 June 2008

In the Humorous Vein #5

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18 May 2008

In the Humorous Vein #4

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11 May 2008

In the Humorous Vein #3

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4 May 2008

In the Humorous Vein #2

For all those of you out there who are going through the ordeal once more – and that includes grading – I salute you. (And next year, I’m going to be joining you on both fronts!) Although it’s nice that, for the first time in four years, I’m not taking a final on my birthday.

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27 April 2008

In the Humorous Vein #1

I remember when those motivational posters (you know, the kind with “Challenge” or “Overcoming Obstacles” and an uplifting quote) were really popular, especially in schools. Maybe some people liked having those around; they always made me gag. I prefer the really sarcastic kind better. Like Mediocrity. Or Pressure. Or Tradition. (And, because I’m a Trek fan, I’m particularly partial to these. ) So naturally I figured the geoblogosphere could use …

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