Blogsday

I used to do a Bloomsday blog post every year until last year, which was the first time I forgot to commemorate the day in any way for as long as I could remember, and I almost forgot this year as well. Maybe the pandemic shook something loose. It's not …

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Not Wallaby

I'd had goat, I'd had rabbit and duck, I'd had quails,
I'd had clams, I'd had squid, I'd had fungus and snails.
Oh, so many odd foods I was willing to try,
But I couldn't do wallaby! No, not I!

I thought I'd try it all—from a cook whom …

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Migration time

I'm moving this blog and all the rest of *.mikelynch.org to a new host - things will be patchy and possibly broken for the next few days.

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Excavate

I PROGNOS MEMBERS

After skipping it last year (I did NaNoWriMo instead) I decided that I missed doing National Novel Generating Month and thought I'd do something relatively simple, based on Tom Phillips' A Humument, which I recently read for the first time. Phillips' project was created by drawing over the pages of …

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Samuel, beat poet

I didn't contribute to NaNoGenMo this year: on the spur of the moment, I decided to try writing 50,000 words of fiction, rather than generating it, and blogged briefly about it at Nannygoat Hill. I didn't even get around to feeding the results into a neural net, like I …

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NaPoGenMo 2017

I found out about NaPoGenMo halfway through April, and decided to do something throwaway and quick for it, unlike my last couple of NaNoGenMo efforts, which have taken much more effort than the end results justified. (I found out about it on Mastodon but that's a story for another blog …

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