Monthly Archives: December 2005

I wish I had known earlier

On December 6, 1989, 14 women were killed for being female engineering students. Since then, female enrollment in engineering and science programs has dropped in that country (Canada). There was an international day of rememberence in Canada for the dead, … Continue reading

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The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe

My review is up.

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The M-word

This great post about married life and feminism is awesome. I found it via the Carnival of Feminists, which I am still working my way through (LOVE the Carnival! It rules!). There’s an interesting followup to it over here at … Continue reading



I’ll be doing a proper multi-link entry at some point soon (I have a bunch of links in my “blog this” list from the last couple days) but first things first: The new Carnival of Feminists is up! Woooooooo!

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Review of Aeon Flux up

My review of Aeon Flux is up. Hooray.

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Beat, but thankful.

I am exhausted.

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Hypocrite in a Poufy White Dress

By Susan Gilman This book is wonderful. It’s a coming-of-age memoir, taking Susan from her childhood in a rough neighborhood where she and her brother got the crap beat out of them regularly to Switzerland where she and her husband … Continue reading

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‘Tis the season…

…to make wishlists! I have loads. For them as are toying with the idea of buying me shtuff for the holidays, here they are! ThinkGeek Wishlist main list Amazon expensive crazy list Wishlist (for stuff from sites that … Continue reading

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Meme filched from… lotsa people.

If you read this, if your eyes are passing over this right now, (even if we don’t speak often) please post a comment with a COMPLETELY MADE UP AND FICTIONAL memory of you and me. It can be anything you … Continue reading



Well, NaNo is finally over. I have a zillion links I have been meaning to post, but every spare iota of typing time has been going to my novel. Heh. So, here are some links! Susanna Clarke Seminar – an … Continue reading

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