I’ve fallen behind on the academic/research side of this weblog, mostly because I’m still working on whipping that article into shape (spent a good while yesterday working on it) and other various projects, and because the combination of grading papers and student conferences vampired any remaining intellectual energy I might have had. Still got lots to do, but I’m trying to get my wheels back on the daily tarmac here — kinda like working out or running, I suppose, in the difficulty in pushing oneself to do it despite the knowledge of how good it feels to actually do it.
Anyway. One last five-hour stretch of conferences tomorrow, plus a few hours at the library, and then two projects due Wednesday, teaching Thursday, and I’ll be into the heavy-duty prospectus work, hoping to be past most of the milestones by early November, and cruise control until Thanksgiving.
Side question: I’m doing some research as a favor for someone, and I’m wondering if anybody knows of or has worked with or for places offering good college-credit correpondence (not internet) courses for less than $100 per credit hour — any suggestions?