It’s a late and quick update from me during a five-minute breather while my next pot of coffee brews in the kitchen.
I didn’t get everything done this week. There’ve been a lot of distractions; some small, some bigger, some that really cheered me up and some that really got me down.
So here’s my list:
MA501 Assignment #5
- Submit CCC502 Assignment #5
Theatre & Globalisation Module #5
Global Health & Humanitarianism Module #4
Modern Middle East I Module #2
- Complete Australian Literature Module #3
- Complete Dutch Module #3
Interviews Module #2
International Development Module #4
- Complete Modern Business & Organisations Module #3
Community Journalism Module #1
Filmmaking Module #5& #6
- Read Devil in Amber by Mark Gatiss
Mother Hulda play at Cobra 22/03
- Write Sherlock Holmes short story
English extra tuition
I’m still working on the assignment. I guess I’ll be here a while yet. I managed to pass the Quiz of the Australian Literature module, I just didn’t get to work through all the videos yet. The other two modules are not on a timer, so I can do those next week.
It was a bad week for reading and writing. I haven’t opened my book at all, and I’m still trying to come up with a case that would require Sherlock Holmes. It’s really not that easy. I understand now why Conan Doyle had Watson just skip over the details saying “Holmes did something clever and I didn’t get what it was” in the later stories to get out of having to explain Sherlock’s complicated deductions.
Oh, and I was flipping through TV channels earlier and landed on How I Met Your Mother. And now I’ve got For The Longest Time as sung by Neil Patrick Harris and Josh Radnor stuck in my head (they’re actually really good!).
But I don’t want to suffer alone. So here’s the video (there are 5min and 1 hour looped versions as well….)
Right, coffee’s ready, Youtube blocked and Word is open. Wish me luck. Oh, and say hi to the other ROWers!