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The light was leaving.
posted by Colleen Shirazi on Wednesday, October 6, 2010 at 7:08 PM (Pacific)

She seemed to fade with it, blend with the sky and clouds, recede beyond them. I wanted to lift my voice louder than the seagulls' cries and call her back: Marilyn!

Okay, that was hella cheesy, but the story was on my mind, the light was actually kind of fading, and it's far easier to work that into a post than what I've wanted to quote for weeks:

That's a photograph of Norman Mailer. He was a very great writer; he, uh, donated his ego to the Harvard Medical School for study.



Cardigan: Sundance Catalog
Top: J.Crew Jackie Shell in Pearl
Vest: Banana Republic
Skirt: Velvet by Graham and Spencer
Shoes: Cole Haan

So...I have this atrocious Lasso code I wrote, for our annual grade reports. I'd slapped it together in a hurry, tried to reform it the following year, and now it's that time of year again.

A. Do I do the fun thing, which would be to render it into spiffy PHP? That would make it easier to integrate the grade report into our new back end later on.

B. Do I do the dreary thing, which would be to figure out what the Lasso code was doing in the first place, run the grade report through, and worry about converting it to PHP later?

I'm leaning toward A, actually, if only because I suspect it would be faster to produce (I used the old Lasso load program for the data already).

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