Today, I started looking at modifications to the Course Information Document for my summer Statistics course. There will be some significant differences from my Spring course, including the following (sorry, you’ll have to click on “Read More…”):Continue reading
The title is sort of interesting, but the title is actually lifted from somewhere else.
Early in the game Dragon Quest V, your character goes into the fairy world and learns a book called “Lots About Locks” as a proxy for keys in that world to get through locked doors. However, it is not a master key for the rest of the game, unlike the Ultimate Key that you eventually obtain.Continue reading
When I was in Board Game Club at Northwestern, one of the games that we often played early in the night was “We Didn’t Playtest This At All.”
One of the cards, “Bomb,” has the text, “Place face up in front of you, and then take another turn. If there are four or more bombs face up, they explode and everyone loses!”Continue reading
Yesterday, I attended my first Southeast Community College commencement ceremony, obviously as a faculty member.
Graduates from all classes since Spring 2020 were honored in a large ceremony that went with all of the SCC campuses, together in the Pinnacle Bank Arena. Physical distancing was maintained by having blocks of seats blocked off.Continue reading
When I was in high school at LSE and when I was an undergraduate at UNL, Q Street in downtown Lincoln was a very familiar street to me, since it is essentially the south edge of City Campus.
It is a one-way street going from east to west. The significant parts of Q Street for me were from approximately 19th Street and westward. Let me go through the street and explain the significance and whether it still exists. Thankfully, Google Maps’ Street View goes all the way back to 2007 in this area of Lincoln so that I have photo evidence!Continue reading