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Wednesday, June 1, 2005

Freaks and Geeks

School started up again last week. Well, class did. I'm actually just taking one course this summer and it's completely online. I thought that would be nice, since I wanted to leave myself open to take a vacation.

So far, though, this course has been a pain in the butt. I don't know if it's that I'm just not into it at the moment, or because the prof is being uncooperative. Usually the way these online classes work is that the prof. puts out a good syllabus with his expectations outlined. The online college is then set up with all of the expected assignments listed. Unfortunately, this prof. isn't that way. He's not outlined anything with regards to checkpoints, assignments, or ANYTHING beyond the first week. I have no clue what's going on or what I need to complete this class. OY!

On a separate note this show Beauty and the Geek, is kinda funny. There are some cute little geeks on there (I love geeks), and some not-so-cute geeks. These high-strung ones remind me of some of my former friends from CMU.


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