Still a bit hectic in my life, so all you get is the update.
I was at Xavier tonight. Only two classes left. Unfortunately, I still have a lot to get done. Met with my thesis advisor earlier this afternoon to talk about my paper. While he was extremely helpful, I have quite a bit of writing left. And I still have some course work to accomplish as well. So that, plus the marathon in twelve days, plus everything else, and I have an exciting two weeks in front of me. Rock.
I promise the blog will pick up next week as I'm going to detail some of my marathon thoughts. Until then, here's some things with which you can engage:
- I've been telling you the Twitter will not last. And last week, it was confirmed as Oprah helped it to officially jump the shark. But the must-read article is this one by my cousin (not really) is about the narcissistic attitude Twitter creates.
- Even though I've only taken adult education classes there, I'd be kinda sad if Hebrew Union College closed.
- I love that some people payed scalpers thousands of dollars to make it into the gate for the first game at Yankee Stadium only to realize that their $5-face-value-tickets didn't even let them see the entire field.
- And finally, I need your opinion on this one. Since we started Echo, my collection of dress clothes has significantly declined. I can preach in a t-shirt and jeans and no one cares. This article, however, has me thinking of buying some more khakis. What do you think: should we decrease our denim dependence?