February 12, 2006

Saturday's with Procopius

As this is my first blog, I'm not entirely sure what to say. So, perhaps I'll make this entry a research diary of sorts. The work portion of the day began with a 2.5–3 hour marathon with the program Antioch as I attempted to add a decent Greek front to my Word program. It eventually worked and I'm pretty happen with the results, though I'd like to download some other fonts; I've heard (and seen) that the Oxford font is pretty good. Anyway, after that it was back to the latest thesis segment. Reasonably productive day: managed to add 4–5 pages of text. However, I had a rather long research block following my Antioch adventure. I think that there was a blockage in some sort of neural passage. It's getting on in the evening now and I'm thinking about adding some more work…but at this point it might not work out. Ah well. This is a start.

One little aside…yay Canada for the gold medal and the victory in women's hockey.

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  1. Glad you are pleased with you front, it took you bloody ages man! Hope it was worth it.

    I've been sucked in to the blog world, and its partly your fault!

    You will face the consequences!


    12 Feb 2006, 17:56

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