Etiquette 

Say what you will about Sisyphus' fate

There's value in having job security

~ Playing a first-person shooter ~

So uhh which button lets me work out our differences diplomatically?

Personal reflections on political engagement 

A quote from my teacher on productivity -- worth sharing 

Log from Chiao et al. (2008) 

Log from Chiao et al. (2008) 

Come on, self. The sooner you finish reading what's on your reading list, the sooner you get to work on your plays guilt-free.

New here? Remember that Twitter is optimized to make you into passive consumers, by en(r/g)aging you with content that you don't choose yourself.

Here, that doesn't happen. But it also means you're responsible to find people to follow.

It will take some work.

If you're willing to put that in, you'll find a wide variety of friendly people that will be happy to have meaningful conversions and laugh and cry together with you.

Start by searching and looking at who other people follow.

Googling papers can be amusing. 

Libraries in a state of disuse 

Types of discourse 

Reminder :

It only takes one second to say :

- I love you.
- I apologize.
- Can we talk?
- You were right.
- I don't want to be at odds.

Stop letting your pride and ego hold you hostage from the happiness in life.

\[ \sum_{i=1}^{\text{hella}} \text{bad datum}_i \neq \text{good data} \]

Uni decision-making . . . in the making 

If someone tells you not to be an ass, that isn't an example of having your academic freedom curtailed

lmao I think that you guys would benefit from this:

Software project that "Returns [the] latest research results by crawling arxiv papers and summarizing abstracts. Helps you stay afloat with so many new papers everyday."
github.com/chiphuyen/sotawhat

Minutes ago:

You know you're in need of a break when you make such an easy typo -- and yet, this comes across you as perhaps the funniest thing you've seen all week.

Yeah... I'm in need of a break. Submission's over, anyway. Here's to the rest of the paper!

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