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I finished a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature at UC Berkeley in 1999; my main area of interest was Aesop's fables and I basically lived in Doe Library. I am very lucky that in the years since I left Berkeley and my beloved library behind, most of the books I consulted there are online: old books! public domain! digital bliss!
And, yes, my LatinLOLCats are probably my biggest Internet claim to fame: LOL.BestLatin.net.
In both of these classes, the students publish "Storybook" websites in which they retell traditional stories in fantastic new ways; you can see their projects at Storybooks.MythFolklore.net.
My goal for the summer of 2015 is to create a similar UnTextbook for the Indian Epics class.
Meanwhile, you can find out about my other projects and interests at MythFolklore.net, which contains an "omnifeed" of my posts at various blogs, Google+ and also Twitter. I built the omnifeed using Inoreader, an RSS-aggregator and magical syndication machine which helps me manage my student blog networks. So, if you want to find out what I'm up to right now, you'll find it there in the feed: