Kurt McKee

lessons learned in production

Hey there! This article was written in 2007.

It might not have aged well for any number of reasons, so keep that in mind when reading (or clicking outgoing links!).


Posted 25 June 2007

My Spanish professor has insisted that everyone have a webpage, but since I don't cotton to running multiple sites, I just linked to here. That stunt came up during a break in Friday's class, and I explained that I've been running a blog since aught four (thus trumping Empty Bookshelf Reviews and their hoity-toity subtitle).

The guy seated next to me finally asked:

Him : "Livejournal?"
Me : "What kind of ship do you think I'm running here? Livejournal is for fanfic: "Will Mac and Harm kiss? Find out in my 3-paragraph short-form JAG fanfic!" No. I don't play the Livejournal game, and not Xanga either. Xanga is for"
Him : "Angst."
Me : "angsty teens, exactly."

It was with delicious... sigh... irony , then, that Friday's blog entry in Spanish was filled with angst. Nonetheless, I hope to continue last week's hot streak; excepting Friday's entry, I haven't felt so inspired since summer 2004!

P.S. @K. Dubs: My judo grip on the English language fails me above. Is there anything similar to an ellipsis to indicate that a speaker has been cut off mid-sentence? I dislike the formatting above.