In chronological order, and not including other PopSent posts, here's a list of me-on-web for the week of April 5th, 2010:
I've just started writing for the illustrious Chicago blog, Gapers Block! Thanks, John and Andrew. Last week I posted some news stories blurbs and links in the Merge section: this week, I was a little busier. First, I got to check out some new packaging and taste some beers from Arcadia Ales of Battle Creek, MI. I even met the owner, Tim Suprise. And I called him John. But he was cool about it.
The following day, I posted something I'm really proud of: a sports article. I only really care about one professional sport, and that's basketball (that would be a good question for a "Do-You-Know-Marissa" trivia game). Now, I'll be writing periodically about the Chicago Sky, one of the WNBA's youngest teams. I think of it as a collision of my love for basketball and my feminist politics...you don't have to, though. You can just think of it as sports writing. Thanks, Brian!
Finally, in movie news, I posted my thoughts on How to Train Your Dragon, which was a pretty decent little film. I didn't like it as much as Mary did, but I'm glad she was with me; later, when I got mad about how the adult Vikings had Scottish accents, she reminded me that Vikings also DIDN'T REALLY FIGHT DRAGONS, so maybe I shouldn't get too hung up on historical accuracy.