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My Week That Was, 28 October 2016

I haven’t read anything for class because I’m in the final week and was doing stuff like writing a final paper, but I have been reading Dr. Andrei Lankov’s discussion of the emigration of ethnic Koreans from Japan to North Korea in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Unfortunately, it’s behind a paywall, but you might be able to read one article for free. Maybe two?

I’ve been re-reading Count Zero. The last time I read it was probably when I was in university, so it feels like I’m reading it for the first time.

I haven’t done any gaming, but I’ve put some spare time into my Sword’s Edge RPG project, Lawless Heaven, a Sword’s Edge adventure inspired by Korean action movies, and a new idea I’m calling the Wall which I’ll write about soon over at SEP.

Favourite podcast listened to this week was In Our Time, talking about the 12th Century Renaissance.

I’ve played less Darkest Dungeons than last week, mostly because I’ve been going to bed earlier and working more on games.

And I hope you had a good week yourself.