A few months ago, I wrote how I was going for silent for a little while because I was writing a book. Specifically, I was editing my master’s thesis on Renaissance occult philosophy (not light reading) for publication, which will hopefully happen next spring. And then I went largely silent
Every year, the Greatest International Scavenger Hunt the Would Has Ever Seen (Gishwhes) invades the lives of thousands of people. For one week, they find time to accomplishing things touching, silly, bizarre, challenging and occasionally moderately embarrassing, with their registration fees going to the Random Acts charity. This gem is
History, Interrupted will likely go silent for the next few weeks while I work on edits for a manuscript accepted for publication. Ten years ago, I wrote Finding God in the World: Approaches of the Renaissance Occult Philosophers to the Nature and Value of Matter as my master’s thesis. It
Continuing from my first installment of submissions… All GISHWHES teams have exactly 15 members. Since we had a team of three, we were combined with other teams, a totally of five teams of three, to be exact. Here is the second installment of hilarity from our GISHWHES team, this time
All this week I am participating in GISHWSHES, a worldwide charity scavenger hunt. One of my tasks is to come up with a phrase to be abbreviated IDGHP. Bonus points if it catches on. So: how come House Ravenclaw’s mascot is an eagle? IDGHP (I Don’t Get Harry Potter) Create
On Saturday, I will by cycling 62 miles (100 km, which we call a metric century) in the Trek 100 and am looking for pledges. All money goes toward research into fighting childhood cancers. Currently, I’m $14 short of my goal of $124, which is $2 for each mile biked.