Office Hours, Lorwyn, and Events Upcoming
As previously promised, here I am once again, sitting in the Hacklab and writing a post to my blog, as there aren’t enough students who bother coming to office hours. “So why not reduce their number?” Well, we could– but the thing is, students do come. Over the course of the semester, I’ll have students at all times during my office hours. Once or twice, I might even have, say, six kids in the four-hour timespan. So it’s hard to reduce without cutting off (theoretical) Java Babies; therefore, we run 28+ office hours a week (for 120 students).
Magic, Motes, and UPE
Time, it would seem, continues to pass. This not being unexpected, it does not need much comment.
Classes, Magic, and Freshpeople
So the habit of regularly posting appears to elude me, but nonetheless, I’ll try to keep the blog updated from time to time.
So I’m at home in Montana now, just for a few days– Saturday 8/25 through Friday 8/31. I had the opportunity to judge at the Last Chance Grand Prix Trial for Grand Prix - San Francisco on Friday, which was fun; the TO was generous enough to let me serve as scorekeeper (a role that can be either extremely helpful, with a good scorekeeper, or extremely damaging, with a bad one, to the tournament) for the eight simultaneous tournaments, which gave me some valuable experience– and I was able to do a bit of floor judging as well, near the end.