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01 March 2009


I'll be back to blogging a bit more now that I finished applying to grad. school. I kept tweaking out over little details in my portfolio. I think next time I'll just go to a real printer and pay up instead of visiting Kinkos... they really don't know how to utilize their expensive machines there. I read over my professional statement for the 569th time and found that I forgot to include an "of" in a sentence, so now I feel mentally disabled. Oh, well. I wish I could have an interview with the admissions people. There's a lot that just doesn't come across in an application. Although the portfolio was a great help.

On the up side that's over for this year, and I solved a Rubik's cube in 4:15.

Here's what I ended up including in my portfolio. It's the directory or whatever:

Man, after reading that again I realized that I have a really hard time removing the informal voice out of my writing style. I'd be worried about putting my info out there but I doubt too many identity thieves are trolling my blog, and if they are; hey, thanks for stopping by! Don't forget to tell your friends!

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