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Friday, July 27, 2007

Comment Friday: 14/∞

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

The idea is to read the following post, then leave a comment while you're here.

The advantages are

  • you will get a link back to your blog from the comment you leave,
  • your blog will get some extra exposure from my loyal readers (<lol>both of them</lol>),
  • and I'll visit your blog (I'll even Stumble it if it's any good at all! One caveat on that last though: it might not be today, or even tomorrow, but eventually I will make it to every site that leaves comments here . . .)

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

I've stopped re-reading Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by J. K. Rowling now that I have—and now that I'm reading—book seven, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. I discovered that Wikipedia had decent recaps of the books, so I'm depending on that to refresh my memory. (Did I ever mention that Riley is a huge HP fan? Plays all the computer games, some of them better than I, and has me reading Book 5 to him? Well now I have!)

I am officially finished struggling in my XML Programming class at Saint Paul College. (Saint Paul College is—as I've mentioned before—where I am working toward a Web Developer Certificate.)

Riley has been in an all-day camp this week, and I just turned in my last assignment. Stick a fork in me—I am done!

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

I'd still really like to know which blogs you are reading frequently, and what new tools and technologies you're excited about (raving about even) these days!

And have a great Friday.

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





Matière du jour:
Hector Berlioz
(Category: Music)

3 comments:

Rob O. said...

I've just checked out "The Omnivore's Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals" by Michael Pollan from my local library but haven't started it yet. Anyone else read this one?

Simply Bananas said...

Is the new Harry Potter worth the read? I haven't found time to go pick it up yet.

Techsplorer (Eagan, MN) said...

Rob: Sounds interesting. Keep me posted if it's worthy reading.

Simply Bananas: I am not far enough in to judge yet. It seems good so far, but only when I get to the end, with whatever disappointments this one has in store for us, will I know the answer to that sixty-four thousand dollar question!