Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Heading South

My conference proposal has been accepted, so I will be speaking at the UCLA Southland Graduate Students Conference in May. I've never been to the U.S. before. Nothing sets a plan in stone like booking flights. This is truly exciting, because it is a giant step in the direction I had been hesitantly hoping for a while back.

[I just spent a little over an hour reading my entire blog since last February, searching for a post I could have sworn I'd written so that I could link to it in reference... Did I not write, at one point, about how I hoped to introduce cyberculture studies into my MA program somehow because I wanted to focus my MA essay on it? I distinctly recall writing it, at any rate, whether or not I posted it. As a sidenote, my blog used to be a lot more interesting than it is now.]

Anyway, take my word for it that it's exciting times, indeed. As fate would have it, I'll be in Los Angeles talking about "Unlocking Year Zero: Temporal Dynamics in a New Type of Immersive Text" on the day before Trent Reznor's birthday.


Anonymous said...

Aren't you sorry you erased it and it was the only one you got, especially as it made you laugh? r

Lapsura said...

Don't worry, I have it in my email notifications. I'll keep it forever, and take it out sometimes and giggle. :) You're the best.

Anonymous said...

dear Megan, this is Jaden. I made a fort in the creek. I made a bridge over the water falls out of branches.what are you doing? I miss you.