Chris and I are co-presenting on our Digital Humanities workshops this afternoon at Racketcon! Check out the Livestream ((link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLjXhr_TgP8) youtube.com/watch?v=CLjXhr…) We're on at 3:20
Image description: two Racketcon name tags for Chris Webber and Morgan Lemmer Webber
Thank you Trader Joe's for summarizing my decision process when I need something but the grocery store is a fifteen minute walk away #spoontheory
Image description: a bag from Trader Joe's featuring an image of a Victorian waman with a spoon caddy on her head and the caption "Let us count our spoons"
Moving achievement unlocked: Sitting at our kitchen table, eating coffee cake off of real plates, with real silverware & tea that's not from a travel mug! With @cwebber
Today is our 9th anniversary, we've been together for about 15 years. We've been friends for about 16 years. That's almost half of my life. On Sunday someone asked us how long we've been together because we have an 'interesting' rapport :)
I'm just so lucky that I get to spend my life with my favorite person <3
Hey folks, I'll be running another Programmable Publishing workshop this Sunday at #wiscon42. This time I'm branching out of Digital Humanities and presenting Scribble as a markup language to format your fiction writing and export to other markup languages!
The new place has a low air duct in the basement that @cwebber has already hit his head on multiple times. I made him some warning flags
Image: fabric with assorted rubber ducks with the text "DUCK! (DUCT)"
My favorite person is talking about decentralized social media at Libre planet! @cwebber
Our panel on free software in academia is today at 1:35 with @ritjoe
Digital Humanities, Roman Material Culture, Textile History, Art History PhD Candidate, Free Software in Academia. Code weaver: Racket and Python.
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