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Revenge of Shameless Self-promotion Sunday

Here's a pretty old post from the blog archives of Geekery Today; it was written about 14 years ago, in 2010, on the World Wide Web.


Everybody get Shameless.

It’s Sunday, and y’all know what that means. It’s been a while, between travel, work, and other tasks, but while Shamelessness can be repressed, it always comes back stronger in the end.

So let’s make this a good one. What have y’all been up to for the past few weeks? Write anything? Leave a link and a short description for your post in the comments. Or fire away about anything else you might want to talk about.

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  1. marjaerwin

    I have mostly been working on one of my game projects. Aside from that, some reflections on why I consider myself a feminist and a pacifist although I can’t offer any suggestions in the latter.

  2. Gary Chartier

    I’ve been thinking a lot about the debate regarding the Fulton fire fiasco. The end result is this essay, which I hope to refine into a proper article.

  3. Emily

    I spent the day enjoying the sunlight and stockpiling wood – we’re burning pretty quickly – then I wrote a bit on Solitude and loneliness. It really was an ideal autumn Sunday, I even found a new magazine to read and disagree with!

    • Rad Geek

      Hey Em,

      What’s the magazine?

      Here in Vegas, we haven’t quite gotten to autumn yet, and I don’t know if the trend will hold, but we did finally get one of our first September days — a little warm at noon, cool in the evening. Which is not too bad for these parts, seeing as we normally get our September days sometime around the beginning of November.

  4. Emily

    It was Latin Mass Magazine. They were giving them out free Sunday morning and I had a great time reading about the evils of reading James Joyce and Harry Potter. :)

    Autumn is in full swing here, we’ve had the stove on everyday, and especially at night, when we get frost pretty regularly. It’s bird season too, so we’ve got Luba running around with a big hunter-orange bandana so some over-eager hunter doesn’t mistake her for something acceptable to shoot. Deer season is on it’s way, I’m hoping all the hunters will have the sense to notice our signs and not shoot on our land. We’re so hidden back here, which is good in so many ways, especially as we didn’t bother to get permits for any of our stuctures :)

    Good luck on your confrence in OR!

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