froggy_dear: (Brain in a jar)
Damn. I stayed up a little to work on my Human Subjects App (dude. I am SO LATE on that.), started making a spreadsheet of Museum blogs, and then looked at Myspace.

Dude. I found 25 or 26 museums on Myspace. There are probably more. It's really interesting. The sites all look pretty official, with loads of info and contact information, but it's Way interesting. I feel a chapter coming on....

And I just found 7 on Facebook!

Anyway, if you know of museums on Myspace or Facebook, let me know. I want them all to be my friend! Or else I'll forget where I put them. :P

I ought to be in bed by now.
froggy_dear: (Brain in a jar)
Not to count chickens, but I think I've found someone in the Curriculum and Instruction dept. of the School of Ed. who could be real good for my committee. And she's teching a class this winter that looks really applicable. So I sent off an email to her about enrolling in the class and meeting re: my thesis.

There was this Human Subjects training yesterday.... It made me want to crawl under a rock. Three months! Three months! is the turn around time for me to be allowed to interview museum professionals. This is not good if I have a paper what needs writing by January 31. I won't know about that paper till November 31. Must get ass in gear and send off human subjects paper work as soon as I possibly can.

Oh god. It's just after 9 am. Can I crawl under a rock yet? And wait there till someone gives me an MA? Pretty please?
froggy_dear: (Spirited Away Sootballs)
And also: Identifying graduate faculty for a thesis committee is ha-ard. *whine*

There's one woman who looks perfect, but she's not graduate faculty. I almost want to meet with her first, see if she'll be on my committee and ask her if she knows of anyone else with appropriate interests. One other woman I found has appropriate interests, but is more political. Another one is a man who has the worst website in the world for someone proclaiming to be interested in online social networking. Plus there are photos of him holding fish.

Nason might be appropriate, though I don't know that he has interests in the area of my thesis. Plus I'm scared of him.

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