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Days 4 & 5 of Need to Get University Straightened Out

Bro I really need to get uni strightened out. On a bright note I have a lot of sites for reference and took a lot of notes for classics the other day.

Day 3 of I Really Need To Do Some Homework


Added some safety warnings to the tools page after shootertron on my friend Insec's discord recc'd adding a soldering iron to the list of tools. I don't know much about that particular tool, NL is too low-tech to be teaching that to people. I do, however, have a good list of safety icons in my bookmarks folder for the wiki now, as wikimedia commons makes them very hard to find; they're buried under ten different bajillion categories. That took forever.

I still need to do homework and find where my Greek prof stuffed the file that explains when stuff is due to. It isn't in the syllabus, it isn't on the online page. I am lost and confused.

EDIT literally 10 secs after I submitted the OG post: Still haven't found the specific flax seed I need, but I do have some and it's canadian this time yay cheaper shipping!!!

Day 2 of Writing Green Articles and Homework


I did start work on the ink article for itemcycle, figured out how to insert and upload images, and how to manipulate tables so that they make banners. I also added a few references.

I did not find the flax seed as I was hoping, sadly, but what I did find was kind of interesting.

left this on my computer overnight accidentally, so now I'm posting it.
yesterday I made a linen table on the resources page, found some great stuff.
See ya,


Day 1 of Balancing RL and Green Experiments


Not much is otg, but I do have three online university courses to catch up on, which is hell. I'm doing Analytical Chem I, Biochem I, and Ancient Greek Art and Architecture. All of them have proved at least slightly useful, though my estimation of the last course's usefulness is limited by the foot of snow outside making it hard to source clay to attempt a furnace build. I am massively behind in all.

I've chosen this particular blogging site for a few reasons. One, it is open-source; two, it is a very simple website, and that means it will use less energy while loading. Will I have to make a Twitter to get any attention to the environmental wiki? Almost certainly yes. But I think this blogging shenanigans out of the epoch of LiveJournal will allow me to be more responsible and know what I've doing.

My task today, however, is to simply document.

Tomorrow, I need to search for what plant fibers can make clothing (I suspect many of them can, the quality of the fiber is the question, however), and I need to do buttloads of work.