Exactly what the title says, except far more interesting and well-written than it sounds.
A collection of J. & W. stories. I had read a lot of them in another collection, but they were still good a second time.
Jeeves saves Wooster from a rogue butler.
A tremendously good novel. And another gift from Amy. Thanks Amy.
A nice meditation on the role of computer interfaces in shaping modern culture. Also, a gift from Amy.
This is probably Elizabeth Cotton’s most famous song. I learned it from Miller’s DVD with a little bit from Traum’s DVD thrown in for good measure. Oh, and I’m singing. Enjoy.
A version of the buck-and-wing dance song I learned from the Grossman Book. It’s still a bit rough in the middle; those triplets are hard!
Here’s a simple John Hurt tune I learned by listening to his recordings.
Discworld’s grinches try to steal Christmas.
Okee dokey, I just finished my Python script to turn my book database into wordpress blog entries. Instant wordpress blog history, it’s like I’ve been blogging for years! Back when it wasn’t cool.