Image: Dalhousie School of Architecture.
Now that the world is brand new again, thanks to President Obama being safely ensconced in the White House, I am curious to know what you all are thinking and doing right now.
To get you started, I thought I’d tell you what I am up to. Now that I am back from North Carolina (my session was apparently a success), my NYC visitors are all safely back home again, the ScienceBlogs’ MT upgrade is completed and I am mostly finished with transferring the proper files to my new laptop so I can continue doing my work on my blog, and I finally have some time to get my life back in to order, so here’s a list of what I am working on right now:
- putting the finishing touches on my OpenLab2008 essay and emailing that to the editor. Yes, I am terribly late!
- writing six book reviews. Yes, I am terribly behind on this too, unfortunately!
- writing three guest blog essays, also late.
- downloading images and writing up all my NC photoessays, seminar data and an essay regarding my thoughts about the conference in general.
- finishing three essays about scientific papers that have been languishing behind the scenes on my blog.
- other blog business, such as catching up with the mystery birds, the NYC subway art series, and other things that I’ve been distracted from recently.
- catching up on all my unanswered email — I have too many email accounts: How about you?
- transferring the last of my files from my unhappy laptop onto my new laptop.
- following up with several networking connections that I am trying to further develop after the NC conference.
- working at scraping the fund$ together to keep my landlord from acting (even more) like a capitalist pig.