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Tuesday, April 10, 2007
Right on the heels of my talking about seven years of Folderol comes talk of a blogger "code of conduct." Har! I found this via John Scalzi, whose entry on this has led to a fun discussion (as most of his posts do, usually). I'm on his side on this one, although I guess I might feel differently if I had an insanely popular weblog with tons of comments.

Silly stuff of the day: a platinum Gundam and sunglasses that change color!

Attention, fellow left-handers: the SmudgeGuard says it will keep your writing hand dry and free of smears from trying to write in a right-handed world. Anyone want to try it out?

A heads-up from Cassandra: today is the birthday of Joseph Pulitzer. Hooray!

Jinnet @ 4/10/2007 : comments: 3
Comments: 3

3:17 PM  
Anonymous Ken: About the SmudgeGuard, thanks for posting it up! I've been looking for the answer ever since I was writing in school! I think it will be fun to try that! I'll let you know how it goes!

12:23 PM  
Blogger Jinnet: Oh, excellent! We have a SmudgeGuard guinea pig!

My dad made it his mission to find pens for me that didn't smear. We had a really odd assortment of pens in the house while I was growing up...

4:06 PM  
Anonymous Ken: I have a good review of SmudgeGuard! I'm impressed with the quality of the glove - it's comfortable, flexible, light, and best of all, it really does protect against smudges! Well worth the money!

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