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Think of your best mentor(s). What did they do right?

Be as specific as you feel comfortable being.

hey, its autism awareness day! here are some things you need to know about it:

- awareness doesn't mean acceptance
- many people are aware of autism and refuse to acknowledge us as equal people
- the wear blue campaign is headed by a charity that sees autistic people as a burden
- don't celebrate autism awareness day
- instead celebrate autism acceptance day and wear red autismacceptancemonth.com

paper rec, actual linguistics for once (phonotactics) Show more

wish web development was more like architecture than advertising

queen in need of assistance UPDATE Show more

Ok, so I have a tweet that's getting kind of popular on birbsite and I want to share the essence here too:

A guy tweeted that MySpace had lost all the music uploaded to it from 2003-2015. " An entire archive just... gone, forever."

So... this is your periodic reminder that uploading stuff to a website isn't an archive.

asking for money Show more

This is a regular reminder that there will always be more ideas than you know what to do with, and more often than not someone has already ran with the better ones, saving you a lot of trouble and effort in the process

nothing like yelling random words at your laptop trying to get your voice key to work!

someone write a voice key for OpenSesame / expyriment, I will cite you in every single paper I write

looking for good alternatives to PsychoPy that are going to be around for a while

i'd try expyriment but i need voice key support

this can't be the only way, can it?

begging :( Show more

Job loss, selling stuff to pay bills Show more

looking for good alternatives to PsychoPy that are going to be around for a while

i'd try expyriment but i need voice key support

this can't be the only way, can it?

Fediverse and negative identity Show more

preregistrations + Show more

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