bardic_lady: (morgana - into the woods)
Going home in the morning! Going home in the morning!

Wish I could skip the travel though. Definitely afraid that in Seattle I'll run into the dread backscatter machine. Also worried about my timing. I've two hours at SeaTac, which wouldn't normally worry me, but after customs, I have to go all the way out to the Southwest counter and re-check my bags and then go back through security, because Southwest doesn't have a baggage handling agreement with any other airlines. Grrr. *fingers crossed that all will go according to plan*

HOME! Homehomehomehomehomehomehomehomehomehomehomehome.
bardic_lady: (shakespeare - textual healing)
Continuing on!

Saturday Night )

Sunday, All Shakespeare, All the Time )

Throne of Blood )

Sunday Afternoon )
bardic_lady: (alia - waiting)
I'm home! Conference over! Consistent internet returns!


I'm not going back and looking at four days of posts, because I think I'd die. What noteworthy happened while I was exiled to no internet land?
bardic_lady: (midsummer - take pains)
So, here's the thing. The one thing that I absolutely, positively cannot have at the conference site for my presentation is the internet.

Which is a problem, since it's a Digital Dramaturgy panel, where they want a case study, and my project only exists ON THE INTERNET. *headdesk headdesk headdesk*

Does anyone know of good and reliable ways to download entire websites? If it helps, I wrote 95+% of the material, so I don't think it violates any copyrights.

I've tried a couple of programs, but one claimed to have downloaded everything and then couldn't find it and one would only do 200 files which is totally insufficient.


Help. Please.

(I'll share about the awesome Leverage prescreening sometime when I'm panicking less)
bardic_lady: (chessy - scared yet?)
Okay, it's just about official. I'm going to DC next Thursday to present at the annual LMDA Conference.

*jawdrop*

Seriously, this whole situation is SO FREAKIN' WEIRD.

And now I need a ten minute presentation on why wikiturgy is awesome. Powerpoint, don't fail me now...
bardic_lady: (dramaturg - rushing in)
Hokay. Tomorrow, I take the train to San Diego and spend four days mingling with the Dramaturgy set. (Please, please give me a job...) Internet will cost and so, may be spotty at best. Peace and love y'all. Try not to burn down the internet while I'm away. There's wine in the fridge and bread in the box, remember to clean up after yourselves. Oh, and feed the Enfield beast in the backyard and put seeds out for the martlets.
bardic_lady: (chessy - hooray)
I HAS INTERWEBZ AGAIN!!!!!!!!!! *clings*

I'll post about New Orleans tonight or tomorrow. Right now, I have to roll around and make internet angels.
bardic_lady: (ratatouille - tasty)
Okay, going to New Orleans in April. Where in the French Quarter do I need to eat?

(Also, GIP. Yay, rat movie!)
bardic_lady: (starbuck - beyond insane)
I want to go to BSG Creation Con next month. Really really badly. But there's no way I can afford $200 for the weekend plus gas. But I could see Katee and Jamie. Together...Can I convince my aunt to take me? I would be REALLY good...And it's just in Burbank...
bardic_lady: (starbuck - harfleurs)
KATEE AT COMICCON. KATEE. SACKHOFF. AT COMICCON. WHERE I WILL BE. ME AND KATEE. IN THE SAME ROOM. EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Only dark spot, no Bamber. Pfui. Oh well. Did I mention KATEE?!

Saw Jersey Boys tonight. Very very good. Still think Drowsy Chaperone should have taken Best Musical, but...eh, it's a good show. There was a couple in one of the boxes who actually got up and danced a couple times. PFS.

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I Cannot Hide What I Am

I must be sad when I have cause and smile
at no man's jests, eat when I have stomach and wait
for no man's leisure, sleep when I am drowsy and
tend on no man's business, laugh when I am merry and
claw no man in his humour...
I had rather be a canker in a hedge than a rose in
his grace, and it better fits my blood to be
disdained of all than to fashion a carriage to rob
love from any: in this, though I cannot be said to
be a flattering honest man, it must not be denied
but I am a plain-dealing villain. I am trusted with
a muzzle and enfranchised with a clog; therefore I
have decreed not to sing in my cage. If I had my
mouth, I would bite; if I had my liberty, I would do
my liking: in the meantime let me be that I am and
seek not to alter me.

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