May Booklogging
By Dwip May 31, 2013 at 7:50 pm Comments (0) RSS Feed for this post

A light month, I think we can agree, though fairly dense on the page count. An update on the YTD stats: January: 3 total; 3 fiction (1,712 pages) February: 3 total; 3 non-fiction (1,098 pages) March: 13 total; 10 graphic (2,432 pages); 2 fiction (1,462 pages); 1 non-fiction (290 pages) April: 7 total; 2 graphic (1,200 pages); 2 fiction (1,776 pages); 3 non-fiction (1,244 pages) May: 1 total; 1 fiction (1,040 pages) Year to Date: 27 total; 12 graphic (3,632 pages); 8 fiction (5,990 pages); 7 non-fiction (2,632 pages) Details for May after the jump.


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Shadows And Tall Trees
By Dwip May 28, 2013 at 2:47 pm Comments (0) RSS Feed for this post

The last couple of weeks around here has been pretty typical for springtime in Oregon: drizzly, wet, and otherwise moderately inhospitable but not outright flood your house hostile. Two weeks ago, however, it was fantastic out, 72 degrees and sunny, and I was determined to take advantage of it, as you may have noticed has been my wont lately.


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The Most Important Map Of Half-Life 2: Episode 2
By Dwip May 27, 2013 at 12:28 am Comments (0) RSS Feed for this post

For the next time I get confused in the strider battle. Circles are the ones that blow stuff up, not that I’ll ever try to get that achievement again.


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Quote
By Dwip May 19, 2013 at 1:06 pm Comments (0) RSS Feed for this post

Don’t shoot, I’m with the science team! —Half-Life


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Locality
By Dwip May 12, 2013 at 7:02 pm Comments (0) RSS Feed for this post

That picture pretty much sums up the entire Willamette Valley, I think. Also it’s kind of neat. For those of you anxiously awaiting more photoblogging, you’re in luck. Over the past couple of weeks, I decided to check out some of the local state parks I’d never been to: Luckiamute Landing and Sarah Helmick. Both are about a 20 minute drive from me and from each other.


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