[me, looking at a problem] oh yeah i know what it's asking me to prove [proceeds to try to prove something completely different from what it's asking]
ive also come to realize that no, i cannot just look at a .tex file and understand whats going on
my prof, reading my essay: see, the word here is "seed" not "seeds," what does it mean that cadmus is sowing one (1) singular seed instead of teeth
me, ignoring this, turning to the oed: "seed, n. a. As a mass noun: plant seeds (see sense 1b), esp. when used for sowing to produce a new crop. Also: various other parts of plants (esp. tubers and bulbs) used for this purpose"
the order in which i wrote these annotations and also! how comfortable i am with the ideas in each text is so obvious sdjfhsjdhfjh
the thing is that the annotated bib is ordered by alphabetical last name, not the order in which i wrote the annotations, so it's 100% going to jump from more well thought out stuff that i just wrote -> the dingiest 2 paragraphs you've ever seen
Walter Wallace Jr Family Support GoFundMe. His wife is carrying their child and is due soon.
> Many other tech workers I talk to want to work somewhere that prioritizes people over profits, where they can work for the social good rather than the bottom line. These new campaigns are the first stirrings of their realization that finding a “better” job at a “better” company can’t bring them that. Only organizing with their coworkers can.
> What could we win if Uber programmers stand with drivers, if Amazon programmers stand with warehouse workers?
4-5 pages double spaced is an ENTIRELY different beast from 4-5 pages single spaced
the problem with annotated bibs is that everything out there about them is about latex and i am not using latex. i dont know latex please stop talking to me about it
18yo chinese american undergrad, they/them
i think queer theory and english lit are pretty cool
writing bad code, committing git crimes
❌ techbro zero tolerance zone
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