I have effectively recovered from the MLG, I wrote my encyclopedia entry and even sent it out on time and now I am beginning a new article on graphic novels. Should be fun. Also, this weekend one of my oldest friends is visiting me from Silicon Valley, where he presently works as a builder of robots, micro-surveillance flies and sharks with friggin lasers attached to their heads (or something like that). Hence I am trying to get as much work done before his arrival as I can (including doing things such as cleaning my apartment and doing laundry, which I really haven’t had the chance to do since I moved in). Ergo, today’s post will not be very long either (well, it will be long compared to the posts of the last three days). I do, however, quickly want to draw people’s attention to something going on in Germany/Europe at this point, which is the court case against a woman who has under very suspicious circumstances been charged and sentenced for being part of a group called the “precarious superheroes.” These people have all my sympathies and I am sure some of my readers will enjoy hearing about their project (if you haven’t heard about it yet, that is). See the two articles below for a quick intro to the project (the second article is followed by an English translation).
I promise I will write something of more substance soon!
Oh: and I cut all my hair off on Tuesday. I just couldn’t take it any more. New color following soon.