Wilda, who has patiently mentored me as I take over her role as advisor to the student paper, stops by my office. We are chatting about weblogs. She works for Seton Hill University’s National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education. I’ve been trying to get her to consider publicizing the center’s activities via blogging.
In the middle of the conversation, she spots the Rainbow Hector I keep on my desk, picks him up and asks about him. I tell her that, for some reason, I keep a weblog devoted to Rainbow Hector.
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