I am so tired…

…But still, Dan, what’s the name of that work-to-death-in-November thing you said I should sign up for? Might give me something more productive to do than loll about trying to sleep, and then failing…

Going to my seminar now, again. The reason being, I keep thinking it’s two hours (like both my other seminars) and although I don’t know when it starts, I do know it finishes at one. Therefore, it must start at 11.

Does it heck as like. It’s 50 minutes and starts at 12, as RMT kindly explained to me when I showed up at his office at 11. Ah well. Can’t miss it now; he know’s I’m about!

Have fun!

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  1. On October 18, 2005 Scatman Dan says:

    Yay! You’re thinking of NaNoWriMo, the National Novel Writing Month competition.

  2. On October 18, 2005 Statto says:

    That’s madness!

    Why not spend the time you would’ve spent doing that in November writing something shorter and altogether more productive for ktab.co.uk?!

  3. On October 18, 2005 JTA says:

    Not entirely! I can’t really stop doing anything else (Well, not work and lectures and essays) for November anyway, so I may as well try and do productive website things at the same time, but I think it’d be an interesting challenge…

    …Not sure what the Hell I’m going to write about yet, although a few age-old unfinished projects come to mind. Might want suggestions, too… Anyway, it’ll actually give me a reason to be exhausted. Or RSI.

  4. On October 18, 2005 Statto says:

    All right, let’s set a less generic but equally arbitrary challenge to produce 8,192 words meeting some quality criterion of KTAB content in November.

    Or you could try to make 20,000 words of non-“what I did today” ‘blog entries.

    Don’t follow the crowd – if 6,000 people already did it last year, tread some new and interesting ground!