Still tired; yesterday's nap was light and fitful, and it was hard to drag myself out of bed this morning.
My earbuds are busted again. They only last about a month. Anyone got any recommendations for earbuds with staying power? I miss the music on my morning walk!
* Charity auction with lots of great stuff! I'm sad that the SeaKelp shawl is way out of my range. Maybe it's in yours?
* Ten Greatest Muppet Mashups.
* Diaspora looks interesting.
* Why Roger Ebert hates 3D.
Tiny variations in the isotopic composition of silver in meteorites and Earth rocks are helping scientists put together a timetable of how our planet was assembled beginning 4.568 billion years ago. The new study, published in the journal Science, indicates that water and other key volatiles may have been present in at least some of Earth's original building blocks, rather than acquired later from comets, as some scientists have suggested.
Wearing: Plain green long-sleeved shirt and jeans.
Reading: The Cardboard Universe: A Guide to the World of Phoebus K. Dank, by Christopher Miller.
Writing: My goal next week is to actually have something in this spot. I started the third nightside-of-Vegas story, but I'm uncertain of it thus far.
Knitting: I finished my co-worker's baby blanket and fortunavirilis's wrap this week; I've started on saraphina_marie's blanket, and I'm doing a quick stashbuster scarf with a leftover ball of superchunky yarn.
Planning: Tonight's a home night. This weekend is a full weekend with swashbucklr, who has Sekrit Plans; the nonSekrit Plans include dancing at Heroes Saturday and a renfaire on Sunday.