Magical Truthsaying Bastard Shadesong (shadesong) wrote,
Magical Truthsaying Bastard Shadesong

Thor's Day

Happy birthday to kires and wakingdreaming!

State of the 'Song
I've adjusted to the center of my new glasses. I think the rest of the lens is beveled wrong or something. I hope to have time this weekend to go get that checked out.

Speaking of Time
If I tell you I don't have time to do whatever non-time-sensitive thing you want me to do, do not tell me I can find the time. I promise you I cannot, and you pushing me on it instills Thoughts of Violence. I am currently in my busiest month at work, which is actually double-busy this time around. I am on novel deadline. And I literally do not have time to list all the rest of the time-sensitive things that I need to be doing. Which should tell you something.

Anything that's not an emergency thing: Leave me a message and I may get to it in September. I am not promising anything earlier than September. I am not kidding.

Walk for Change!
I've met my fundraising goal! But my teammates haven't! Sponsor the Team Venturite of your choice!

Win a Book!
The marvelous jimhines is doing another fundraiser for rape crisis centers! Donate to any rape crisis center - yes, Walk for Change sponsorships count! - and e-mail Jim your receipt for a chance to win a book. Details here!

No link soup today.

Daily Science
Data from a major US atom smasher lab may have revealed a new elementary particle, or potentially a new force of nature that could expand our knowledge of the properties of matter, physicists say...."There could be some new force beyond the force that we know," said Giovanni Punzi, a physicist with the international research team that is analyzing the data from the US Department of Energy's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. "If it is confirmed, it could point to a whole new world of interactions," he told AFP. While much remains a mystery, researchers agree that this is not the "God Particle," or the Higgs-boson, a hypothetical elementary particle that has long eluded physicists who believe it could explain why objects have mass. "The Higgs-boson is a piece that goes into the puzzle that we already have," said Punzi. "Whereas this is something that goes a little bit beyond that -- a new interaction, a new force."

Work, lunch with skintalker, writing, dinner with ethicsgradient and his wife, helping Elayna pack for her NYC trip, deadline knitting (Elayna needs a scarf for her 3/16 concert at MIT), twitching from overcommitment, hopefully sleeping.
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