Jim Huggins (jkhuggins) wrote,
Jim Huggins

What to blog?

To blog, or not to blog: that is the question:
Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of outrageous ...

(ok, I'll quit the parody now ...)

It appears that most people who blog talk about everything in their lives.

But I'm a public figure of sorts. People come to me and ask questions and tell me secrets that in good conscience I can't talk about. Much of my life is like that. My job involves teaching students, and I can't talk about my students in public without violating federal law. So, what's left?

Gosh, the weather was pleasant today ...

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