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Friday, June 8, 2007

Comment Friday (Number 7/∞)

It is Comment Friday here at Love All Books and at BAYB (where I grabbed the idea from initially).

So, on that note, as long as you're here . . .

Please post a comment while you're visiting and tell me what you're up to. Tell me what you're reading and what you think about it!

As for moi, I finished reading How to Read Literature Like a Professor: A Lively and Entertaining Guide to Reading Between the Lines by Thomas C. Foster, and I'm still reading The Quilter's Apprentice by Jennifer Chiaverini (May's "Neighborhood Wive's Book Club" pick).

In other news, school is out for Riley (my six year old kindergarten graduate), but the summer session at Saint Paul College has only just begun. (Saint Paul College is—as I've mentioned before—where I am working toward a Web Developer Certificate.) This summer I'm enrolled in an online class, XML Programming.

I also met, yesterday, with my academic advisor there to discuss which of the elective classes I should take for this certificate. (The academic advisor is, coincidentally, my XML Programming class instructor for the moment.)

I had originally been leaning toward PHP and MySQL Programming, but he showed me the folly of thinking and I'll most likely take Java Programming 1 instead, followed up by the not required, but definitely advisable Java Programming 2 and Java Certification.

I can take the PHP and MySQL Programming at some later date to enhance by skill base, but PHP isn't nearly as, ahem, fiscally responsible (a phrase which here means providing copious employment opportunities) as Java.

Have a great Friday.

Oh, and head over to BAYB and leave a comment there!

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Jennifer said...

Ok, so I came from BAYB and I was shocked to see not a single comment. Aaahhhh!

So, here you go your first comment on Comment Friday.

Rob said...

I staggered over from BAYB too!

In keeping with the book theme of the site, I began reading
Jonny Bowden's "Living the Low Carb Life" last week and it is fascinating in its detail of how your body handles the food you eat and why low-carb is the way to go.

And I bought Charles Mann's "1491 - New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus" last week also but haven't cracked it open yet.

I'm really more of a magazine person - I devour a stack of magazines each month.

gab said...

Well lets see Im reading three romance novels all by Nora Roberts and one book by Stephen King. But for the life of me I cant think of the title right now. lol