Monday, October 4, 2010

Sunday, October 3, 2010


I love them. They're so exciting and surprising (duh). I like not knowing what's coming up. It's makes new things much more exciting!

Which is why I don't like:

1) Watching television advertisements for TV shows that I'm following. (eg. Lost, I don't really mind for a sitcom).

2) Watching trailers for films. (eg. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, Camp Rock 2)

3) Reading a synopsis of a book.

Being caught off guard (with good things) is one of my favourite feelings. 

Friday, October 1, 2010

Reading Through The Internet

There's this website called xkcd and it has funny little cartoons. I was looking at the "About" section and here was one of the questions the moderator answered:

How do I write "xkcd"? There's nothing in Strunk and White about this.

For those of us pedantic enough to want a rule, here it is: The preferred form is "xkcd", all lower-case. In formal contexts where a lowercase word shouldn't start a sentence, "XKCD" is an okay alternative. "Xkcd" is frowned upon.
I thought that was pretty witty.