Monday, September 5, 2016

Annoucement: update on posting times and new projects

Semioticiations: please decipher what this means. Thank you!

Heya! Just wanted to quickly update you all on the posting times.

Today will mark the beginning of two new units in my medieval research. One is the idea of a Chaucerian Investigation, where I read and pontificate Geoffrey Chaucer's middle English and the translations of the Canterbury Tales. The second project, meanwhile, is of listening through and taking notes to the Great Course selection on the 'Life and Works of Geoffrey Chaucer.'

Posts for each of these series will be published on the same day respectively.

At 8:00 a.m. Eastern Standard time, I will publish the notes on that Great Course lecture.

On 12:00 p.m. Eastern Standard time, in the afternoon, I will publish my engagement piece with Geoffrey Chaucer's writings.

Please note that this will not be a daily routine. I will only publish these posts on Chaucer once every two or three days. On days not concerning my Chaucer study I will post only a single entry per day. This content will either be my notes for the other lecture from the Great Courses which I am going through-- 'The Early Middle Ages'-- or a update on my adaptation project (or, really, whatever else is on my mind at the time).

Okay, now back to your regularly scheduled program: please remain tuned in for another hour when I post my first notes from this lecture (and in the afternoon when I post the first of the investigation).

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