So, through no effort of my own a WordPress site I created for class project now gets a healthy amount of traffic, is linked on travel sites, Wikipedia, and a NY Times article. Until recently I never sent the link to anyone, but the person grading it and tagged nothing. It may have nothing to do with the quality of the site and more to do with the fact that I picked a topic other people think is cool. I’m actually tempted to go through it and fix any typos or awkward phrasing since it’s used a lot. I sincerely hope people doing school papers are guided to my sources (which are clearly cited) instead of citing me, who has very little background in art history.
ANYWAY, I actually update an earrings blog, which is a lot more esoteric as it focuses on the off-beat and is mostly visited by my mother. I feel weird advertising, but I like doing it and figure more readers will force me to come up with more dynamic and interesting content and refine my dusty writing skills. I am going for something along the lines of casual musings about adornment and identity with a lot of “hey, this is cool!”/jewelry porn.
LibGuides webinar at home on my own time. They are very nice over at Springshare, but this is deadly dull and telling me things tech support already told us.
Another Fun Family Movie Night with this lovable goof:
And this one, too:
I’m just glad this gif exists.