Research Language Log (5): The German Monster Eats my Homework

When I was transferring 2.5 hours of my German translation homework from a jump drive, I "moved and replaced" in the wrong direction.

Big mistake.

That wooden, semi-readable bit of translated prose is now lost forever in the vortex of deleted random access memory.

In other words, the German Monster ate my homework.

He is a sly beast. I will slay him yet.
June 12, 2009


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