There's so much in pictures for sad children that I can only hope to aspire to. Namely being disaffected and in grad school. Or making jokes about David Foster Wallace's suicide.
“What film were you watching?” “Death Death Death.” Oh Pecker, you're precious. (And I do expect at least one of you to know what the hell I'm talking about)
No real movement on the job front, but at least I've had time to post a ridiculous amount of inane videos to YouTube. The video quality is starting to get to me, so maybe it is time to look into Vimeo.
ginny, mike and topher in the cemetery, originally uploaded by tofu mugwump.
Sometimes you have to leave where you are to realize you were happy where you've been.
So here’s the plan. I’m going to figure out how to pull updates from my flickr, twitter, miscellaneous blogs, youtube account, and so forth and have them all show up on MyrthCo’s front page when I update. It’ll be like Facebook’s newsfeed, only all about me and my internet addiction. It’s going to be off […]
I saw an amazing play last Friday at the Trap Door Theatre, a small black box in Chicago. The title was No Darkness Round My Stone written by Fabrice Melquiot and translated by David Bradby. Apparently Melquiot got started in the French literary world with two children's texts and has written a number of plays […]
created at TagCrowd.com Heh. I just learned about TagCrowd. This is generated from my page of recent journal entries. Didn't realize I talked about Matt so much. I thought I usually just referred to him as “boyfriend,” but it seems it is in fact an even mix. Omg hate horny chicago gay people sex. This […]
The past few weeks have seen me working on a few different web projects. I am putting the final touches on an artist portfolio site for my painting professor Jen Dietrich. She does really amazing, textural paintings dealing with the themes of Americana seen through the lens of barns, baseball, and Kennedy. Her “Earthly Flesh” […]
After reading the New York Times‘s article Job Hunting Is, and Isn’t, What It Used to Be last week, I first felt extremely discouraged that a majority of my job hunting has been done through Careerbuilder and Craigslist, which due to the high volume of unqualified applicants, are mostly useless. Then I decided it was […]
Would it be amiss for me to say I miss animated gifs? The internet of my youth was littered with them. I suppose I should be looking in the darker halls of MySpace to find them again. Our dear once-clean Facebook won’t animate them. The reason I bring this up is that I was without […]