Ph. indoor soccer match Sunday AM at 7:50
Run down Ph.’s uniform (call, pick a time, drive around, etc.)
Read, respond to 18 essays from WRT205ers (leafed through ’em)
Read Weinberger’s Small Pieces Loosely Joined for 711 (net-rhets) (
Tax prep appointment
Set up dentist appointment
Wiki futzing (had to set up one of my own for experimentiking)
Develop/refine the assignment for essay-project two in 205
Re-read first-three chapters of Barabasi’s Linked
Regular blogging (forever ongoing)
Dig around for CCCC funding app paperwork
For 611 (comp histories):
Read ch. 5 "The Fictions of Factual Representation" and ch. 6 "The Irrational
and the Problem of Historical Knowledge in the Enlightenment" from White’s
Tropics of Discourse
Read ch. 2 "Shaping Tools: Textbooks and the Development of
Composition-Rhetoric" from Robert Connors’ Composition-Rhetoric
For 720 (making meaning)–for Tuesday morning discussion-leading,
From the MIT Encyclopedia of the Cognitive Sciences. 1999. On
Computational Theory of Mind, Situatedness/Embededness, and Schemata.
Phelps, Louise. “Cross-Sections in an Emerging Psychology of
Bransford, John and Nancy McCarrell. “A Sketch of a Cognitive Approach to
Norman, Donald. “Twelve Issues for Cognitive Science.” 1981.
Tannen, Deborah. “What’s in a Frame? Surface Evidence and Underlying
Spiro, Rand. “Constructive Processes in Prose Comprehension and Recall.” 1980.
Adams, Marilyn J. and Allan Collins. “A Schema-Theoretic View of Reading.” 1979.
Plunk out notes on the whole lot (this might get dropped)
Catch a few minutes of college hoops on the TV set (this might get
Leave incoherent blog comments a few carefully selected placesPick up more Advil
So that’s most of what I’ll be doing (with lots of help from D., of course) between now and Monday night (to say
nothing of pitching in on meals, laundry, groceries, Valentining and tidying