Monday, May 31, 2004

Slackin' off

Is the weekend over already? I did go canoeing (difficult when windy!), see Eternal Sunshine (beautiful!), start reading Jennifer Government (totally captivating, and my second advertising-driven dystopia book after reading Pattern Recognition), eat Indian food, and see Jordi and Horn and Rox, but somehow it still felt lazy and unproductive. Thought about renting a bike or seeing the Sox, but didn't.

Monday, May 24, 2004


I'm still recovering from getting my wisdom teeth out Friday. Ow ow ow. I look like a chipmunk. In other news, I finally saw The Graduate. It was much weirder than I had expected.

Tuesday, May 18, 2004

Stuff I've been up to

I've had two good meals lately which have left me wondering why I haven't done a better job of restaurant scavenging before. The mushroom tower at The Asgard was tasty, if too spicy. And Audubon Circle is close by and has $4 beer, great atmosphere, and good veggie burgers.

Also exciting was a trip to see Swan Lake at the Wang Center. Ballet turned out to be much more entertaining than I remember from seeing Nutcracker years ago.


The Stanford Prison Experiment actually has an interesting slide show walking you through what happened, which seems to be slightly more subtle than the way the magazines have been referencing it....

Saturday, May 8, 2004


I installed Gallery (with Richard's help). Voila!. These pictures join the ones from Fernanda, Scott, and Yuri. ;-)

Monday, May 3, 2004

Back from Vienna!

I got back Sunday, and it looks like it's going to be a few days before I get my life in order. I have some pictures from my snazzy new camera, but I can't really share them till I find some good online album software.... In the meantime, suffice it to say that Vienna was awesome. And, oh yeah, some of the things at the conference were neat. ;-) I spent a lot of time eating and museuming and drinking and went to a castle. Oxford was gorgeous, too, although it left me missing Yale a lot.