Today is the 25th's anniversary celebration of our Doctoral Program and for some reason we have to have an all-day event of people talking to celebrate it. I have to do a short talk on a panel about the future of media studies research (which, given I'm going to retire soon, I don't care about) so I'm hopefully going to sit i the back and get some 'real' work done.
The only good thing is that a few of my former students will be back for it, and it will be nice to see them (most of the ones I really care about will not come, but I talk to them a lot anyway). One of my favorites, Kati, came in Wednesday and yesterday I took her to meet some special people.
I've done a little work on the 10th section of the Crown Wools. I think I'll focus on this for a while and get 'er done.
Finally, we've been watching a UK series on YouTube called "The Great Pottery Throwdown" which is basically the Great British Baking Show with potters. Tim is a potter (and I know how to throw on a wheel but I'm horrible at it) and it is pretty fun. I'm wondering though if you know nothing about pottery if it would make any sense at all.