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    Tuesday, November 30, 2004

    NaNoWriMo

    BTW - did any of you NaNoWriMos finish? I topped out at chapter six. I had to stop kidding myself, saying it was fiction and just admit I was telling about things that I'd lived through, and the reliving was just too tiring. Maybe next year, with some fictional characters.

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    Blogger Soup said...

    Thanks for the link! Much appreciated!

    I was tempted to try that, but then I realized I can't write fiction for crap. Also, school and writing novels seems a tough combination to manage, for me, since I am a total slacker.

    8:16 PM  

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    The Less Than Triumphant Return

    For those of you who remember me, I had to take my blog down when I realized that my virtual identity could be easily traced to my flesh and blood identity. NO THANKS.

    But, since I can't seem to keep my words to myself, I've been commenting on new blogs lately, and it just didn't seem fair to peek into people's lives without giving them something of me in return. Plus, I miss the comments!So, this isn't a fabulous return to blogging, but more of a half-assed comeback inspired by a late night and chemical enhancement. I hope to create something more aesthetically pleasing over winter break but hey! I still have a final, so the blog can only get so much of my love.

    And for those of you who are new here, welcome! Sorry it's so bare. I think you can tell a lot about me from reading my profile, especially my interests. I'm a graduate student in library and information science, I grew up in Ohio, I have a BA in Anthropology, I'm kicking depression's ass at this point in my life. I live with a guy 5.5 years younger than me and I'm madly in love with him. Oh, and I'm unemployed. That pretty much sums me up. Cheers!

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    Blogger Worldgineer said...

    Welcome back.

    2:51 PM  
    Blogger Soup said...

    'owdy!

    Yeah, your virtual identity can be traced to your real self, but so can a lot of things. I'm totally paranoid about that, which is ironic, since my blog is getting to the point that people I don't know actually read it.

    8:18 PM  
    Blogger Katz Nip said...

    nice to see you Arrogant one!
    Ive found I no longer care about my online identity being connected to my real one. Its so easy but why would anyone bother to pick me out? I fade into the background totally IRL anyway.
    This suddenly got me imagining being blackmailed. Even the word is great: blackmailed! I feel a little tinge of shame each time I say it to myself.

    5:55 AM  

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