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December 01, 2006

Oh God, it's [past] time for another...BLOG PORTFOLIO

I'm lazy and incredibly rushed, so sadly you won't be getting the usual delightful commentary that generally accompanies these things. I believe it will be what Dr. Dennis Jerz. calls "a no-nonsense list." Again, I apologize...you'll get another witty, exciting entry soon, I promise.

The Collection:

A series of blogs involving the ever-elusive interactive fiction:

"Ford, You're Turning Into a Penguin...Stop It."

My own start at an interactive fiction game:

Ender's Game: The Interactive Fiction Game Every Sci-Fi Fan Has Been Waiting For!


Some people edit Wikipedia for informational purposes...I decided to have a little fun with it:

Wikipedia...Where the Fun Never Stops!

A little bit of a wildcard entry for you about my industrious workings in the electronics department of Target:

HD TV is for [little girls men]

One of the requirements of the blogging portfolio is to blog several in-depth entries, but in this case, all my entries are in depth. I tend to not write something without the intent of writing a complete article, and therefore very few of my entries end up being short little blurbs.

There are several shorter blurbs which I wrote on the website we made in class rather than on my blog, so if you would like to read any of my briefer works, feel free to check it out. Oh, and you'll probably be more apt to like it if youre a republican. ;-)

This website is also going to be expanded and rewritten to become my final project


As always, my posts tend to be a bit controversial, and because of this almost all of them have recieved a good number of comments. Below are links to some of my favorites:


Some people thought my wildcard entry was funny, while others worried it might affect my chances of future employment. Eh.

Judging from the comments, It also appears that Ender's Game was much more popular at Seton Hill than I realized.


On top of that, I also posted several entries on both the main SHU blogging page and my own page, so if you would like to check out some other comments i've received, go ahead and visit blogs.setonhill.edu/nmj.

Posted by PaulCrossman at December 1, 2006 11:22 PM

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