Sunday mornings

Usually I use my PowerPoint skills only for evil, like putting together lectures and talks. But sometimes I get distracted. Today, for instance, instead of grading and prepping next week’s lectures on Eugenics and Spine Evo-devo (don’t worry, they’re for different classes), I spent half an hour making this:

A spirited twist on Jane Austen's classic novel.

A spirited twist on Jane Austen’s classic novel. Why am I devoting my life to research and teaching when I could go to where the real money is?

This is surely the project that will land me tenure in a few years.

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