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Saturday, April 22, 2006

Theoretical Sockology - redux:

In my December 9th blog entry (I can't figure out how to link to it directly, if you'd like to see, you'll have to click on the archives. If anyone knows HOW to link to a previous entry, let me know?), I referenced a treatise on "theoretical sockology" by Spiral Sheep, who had linked to my "Sockmonster" illustration as an example.

Recently, I ran across a follow-up entry he made, expounding on the nature of sock behaviour. He is very clever. Both are worth a read. Especially if you've ever been plaqued by missing socks.

2 comments:

Ulla said...

We always have single socks lurking all over the house!! How fun... thx for your comment on my blog, I think what amazed me most about making hats was how easy it was. Even though they are not quite done, they are 2/3 of the way done. Isn't the purple spiral shape wild???

Rebecca Bush said...

I figured it out:
Go to "December Archives" and then scroll down to the entry you want. Click on the time link (12:29)next to the "posted by" at the bottom of the entry and this will take you to a page with only that entry on it. Cut and paste the address:
http://tlcillustration.blogspot.com/2005/12/on-theoretical-sockology.html