Monday, June 12, 2006

Various and sundry

I meant to mention this one earlier, but it slipped my mind. I believe I saw it on rogueclassicism a bit ago, but there is a new Classics magazine called IRIS that is seeking submissions.

Also, a cool little tool if you're writing papers or something and want to see what kind of changes you've made: Writeboard.

I suppose by now everyone's already heard about Muziris, but in case you haven't, there's the link.

Lastly, if filling out applications is the hardest part about schooling, then dealing with all the paperwork after you've been given an offer is the second hardest part. Paperwork and filling out forms are the bane of our entire modern society.


Blogger Aine Bina said...

I think all the problems in life can be attributed to the Chinese, as they invented bureacracy.

12:31 AM  
Blogger Glaukôpis said...

::snerk:: I take offense to that! ;-)

12:42 AM  
Blogger Aine Bina said...

Oh, we can totally use that writeboard site to do our book! It'll be awesome! Assuming I can force myself to keep reading Quintus of Smyrna. *sigh* Would it be okay if I just look Cassandra in the index and only read those parts?

5:47 AM  
Blogger Glaukôpis said...

Sure, why not? And why on earth are you up?

6:03 AM  

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