Miss Letting-Go-Getting

Data Analysis Part 2: Prince
November 23, 2008, 8:18 pm
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Still working on monster research project.
Still being distracted by ridiculous chartings of pop songs.


Courtesy of GiggleSugar

Wanna see more song charts? Check out this Song Chart Meme Flickr set by boyshapedbox.


Miss LGG


Data Analysis: Meatloaf
November 17, 2008, 5:58 pm
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I’m in the middle of a hardcore research project and am doing a lot of statistical nonsense, data analysis (aka graphs, pie charts, etc.). I think I’ll slip this one into the project and see if anyone notices.

Courtesy of Mike:



Miss LGG

Seeking Balance
November 16, 2008, 7:29 pm
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Moving from the lovely chaos of the theatre world to the lovely orderliness of librarianship, has often been a confusing and somewhat painful process for my brain. Don’t get me wrong, I adore my chosen field of study, but I really miss theatre in all of its beautiful craziness.

Occasionally, I feel like this…


Check out this video from Ted.com (if you aren’t familiar with this site–it is an AWESOME collection of talks by really smart people on a countless number of topics):

“Artist and comedian Ursus Wehrli shares his vision for a cleaner, more organized, tidier form of art — by deconstructing the paintings of modern masters into their component pieces, sorted by color and size. Beyond the whimsy, of course, is a serious message, to honor and balance creativity and messiness, form and chaos.”

I could definitely use some of that aforementioned balance. Soon, soon I hope to meld my two worlds. Three more weeks!


Miss Lgg

Flying high on change
November 7, 2008, 9:39 pm
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I am still on a high from the election on Tuesday night! My cynical self had been surprisingly hopeful and optimistic the week leading up to it, but as I watched the beginning of the returns, I had flashbacks to four years ago and started to get a wee bit nervous.

I was fortunate enough (thanks to my awesome boyfriend) to score a ticket to the ralley on Tuesday night! It was indescribably exciting, inspiring, emotional, beautiful and only mildly claustrophobic. You may have seen some pictures of the crowd in Grant Park. If you look closely there are some patches of trees in the way way way way back of the crowd. That’s where we were. Those trees, however, were on a tiny hill–and even though I was squinting through the leaves, and worried that the people who had climbed the trees were going to fall on me, I could actually see the stage, as opposed to someone’s back. I have to thank the awesome, tall boyfriend for sacrificing his branch-free, clear view for me to get a tiny glimpse of history.

It’s a long and sort of funny story of how we ended up way in the back of the crowd, but let’s just say it involves a VIP trolley, Spike Lee, the quick realization that we were not where we were supposed to be/way out of our league and a speedy return to the land of the regular people (aka a long ass line).

But, I digress…the whole night was incredible, and I am beyond amazed and hopeful for our future. Wow, it feels really good to say that, to think that. It feels really good to be proud of this country–I can’t remember the last time I felt that way.

Here’s to a new day!


Miss LGG

Miss LGG has heard your cries
November 7, 2008, 6:46 pm
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Dear readers, lovely friends:

I have slacked on my bloggings over the last couple of months.  I apologize.  I shall return.   Over the past month and a half, I have been:

  • slicing my head open on a wrought iron fence while playing softball/sporting some nice shiners for three weeks.
  • obsessively watching MSNBC.
  • enjoying my last two graduate classes–Internet Publishing and Research Methods, the best classes I have taken yet, and the hardest…not good for a major case of senioritis.
  • obsessively panicking over the end of graduate school and having nightmares that even after completing my master’s I am still working at current place of employment.
  • looking for library jobs (in order to combat bullet point two)
  • reading the ridiculous and highly addictive candy of a young adult series, Twilight
  • thinking about Open Access and how I can make a career out of advocating for it
  • missing my very busy, super talented boyfriend who has been working on multiple shows.

Sorry you had to look at the ATM of books for so long. 


Miss LGG