Mood-faces, redux

Just as a reminder/to inform the newbies, you can find a list of the mood faces here, or in the Links section towards the bottom of the [Dashboard] page (which I use as my main blog bookmark since it shows you the most recent posts and comments). You should be able to get to this page by clicking on Dashboard when you are in the wp-admin set of pages, but that still gives you a "you should not be here" error... Nathaniel can you fix that?

Anyway, to use the mood faces, scroll down below the post-writing window to [Custom Fields], select 'mood', and then enter whatever moodname you want to use from the list. This could be better, but that's how it works for now. (And note that you should not confuse this with the Mood option directly below the post-writing field; in this post I have selected 'cheerful' for that field.)

  
Mood : cheerful

Starting by getting my hair cut, ending in the gutter

I was getting shaggy, so I got my hair cut yesterday and, of course, ended up eavesdropping on the conversations going on all around me. One in particular was interesting with the girl in the chair telling the hot stylist how much she likes Facebook. That led to me asking the guy cutting my hair if he was on Facebook and me somewhat sheepishly admitting my addiction.

From there we moved on to the fact that the guy cutting my hair's wife always looks at Rate My Professors. Of course, one of the first things that I did when I got home was check it out to see if I was rated. I haven't quite figured out yet if it's a good thing or a bad thing that I wasn't listed.

However, we do have a RMP celebrity right here on the blog! Michael apparently made a real impression on some group of P4 kids. He's even rated as being "hot".

Woohoo! Congrats Michael.

  

Hellooooo Soapbox!

Wow, thanks for the intro, Ethan! I confess that I've been keeping tabs on soapbox for a few months now, but haven't taken the initiative to get in touch with Nathaniel and learn how to log on. Thanks to Mike's thesis defense, I had the opportunity to introduce myself to Nathaniel, which I did with remarkable poise and grace.

Anyway, I look forward to posting frequently and commenting regularly. I can't wait to choose my categories! Also, I had a fabulous time at Brian's wedding, and if you want to hear more about it you should talk to Tim (totally sober), to me (mostly sober), to Joel (OK!?!), or to Chris (...).