Monthly Archives: March 2011

White Moves First, and Other Deeply Ingrained Facts

In my Math 2240 discussion section last week, I played my first game of chess in nearly two months. It felt like it had been forever since I last played chess. But considering how much I used to play it, … Continue reading

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How Important is Having the Right Mood in Writing?

Let’s face it—there are times when a writer feels like writing, and there are times when he or she doesn’t. I’m currently stuck in the latter category, after losing interest in writing. It’s weird. The main difference, I believe, is … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, Writing | 3 Comments