This undistract-me tool is pretty nifty:
Get a notification when a terminal command completes.
Earthworms Reproduce in Simulated Mars Soil—a First
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a DRM-free ebook of "Unix and Linux System Administration Handbook" 🎶
Good advice about personal statements and letters of recommendation from Harry Brighouse.
Excerpt: "4. If there is something in your transcript or resume that looks weak, and you have a good explanation for it, the ideal thing to do is i) ask your lead letter writer to mention and explain it and ii) mention in your statement that they will explain it. If someone else explains a weakness, it is much less likely to come over as special pleading or excuse-making."
I'm a quantitative and social psychologist (my PhD is in social, but I'm better at quantitative). Most of my work is with latent variable models in the area of applied child development and/or behavioral public health (e.g., substance use).
I have a day job, but I also have a shingle for statistical consulting; link is my bio.
I'm keenly interested in the #openscience movement (cf. social psychologist) and pushing my colleagues along as fast as I can!
hey, mastodon, i’m interested in hearing some arguments for and against blockchain use for misc purposes
reasons gopher is good:
• runs on junk
• fresh pine scent
• no ads
• no autoplaying video
• easy to set up
• no W3C politics
• extremely 90s
• like 20 people use this thing
Help me out here, fediverse:
I have never encountered the word "bowdlerise" until today but read it in 3 totally separate articles.
I remember reading that there was some explanation for such a phenomenon and would be interested in reading about said phenomenon again, but I can't remember what it's called...
#introductions Toot! I'm a UK-based experimental physics postdoc (moving to Exeter University in the new year), with research interests in quantum photonics/information. Physics for fun interests: Q field theory, GR, interpretations of QM. Avid player of games of all types and getting big into coding.
Hey all! I'm a student with interests in international and comparative literature, applied linguistics and Korean studies. I am typing this instead of studying for an exam on Korean grammar! (:
Hi everyone! I’m a grad student studying archives and records management, used to be an anthropology major (still) interested in online cultures and religion; about to start the bulk of my research on “amateur” archivists trying to save subculture histories.
Hey ya'll, just finding my way onto this platform here as an aspiring anthropologist based in Detroit.
My first toot! I'm a full-time academic advisor and part-time PhD student in foundations of education (especially social justice education and educational philosophy) in Ohio, USA. I also write about academic advising and queer/trans students, faculty, and staff in higher education. 👋
Hello all , I'm Ziya. I'm student at economics 2nd grade. I want to work in macro economic topics.