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Repeat after me:
Not everyone online is American
Not everyone online is American
Not everyone online is American not even if their English passes for native

Am I good enough to have impostor syndrome?
*ponders*
nah

The more I read up on US student loans, the more I'm convinced that they are deliberately designed to destroy people's lives

Article prompt:
The impact of cats on academic performance

When someone responds to criticism of a system with that system's internal-logic reason for the concrete issues raised, it's very frustrating, but it's also a good indication that they don't understand that their way of thinking is itself part of a system.

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"Pig War may refer to the following conflicts:"

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pig_War

Reaction #1: why is there a disambiguation page for "Pig War"?

Reaction #2: why were there not more than two pig wars?

schools selectively breeding for the need of schools

Question to educators, teachers, tutors, parents, instructors Show more

Article topic: user modifications and additions to dictionaries on mobile communication devices

poetic impostor syndrome?
*ponders*
*wanders into the notion of a skateboad poet*
*ponders the fact that you cannot transpose the idea of the skateboard academic onto poets by simply calling them skateboard poets*
*ponders*
good thing we are not academics

emmamagenta.wordpress.com/2017

Please boost widely: Call for Proposals, "After Social Media: Alternatives, New Beginnings, and Socialized Media." It's a call for research/essays on alternative social media, including Mastodon, of course. robertwgehl.org/blog.php#2017-

interesting read on academic freedom by a fellow medievalist:

"Why Do Christian Schools Get a Pass in Conversations About Academic Freedom?"
psmag.com/education/why-do-chr

"The normal rules of open source apply."

I honestly have no idea what that means. I am not longer in the squishy zone between complete ignorance and overwhelmed by detail. Please explain what "normal", "rules", "open", and "source" mean in this context, please.