A big thank-you to @staticsafe for helping me to finally figure out why http wasn't redirecting to https
I've been bashing my head against this for a WHILE and he figured it out right quick and I'm so grateful!
My name is Clay! I'm a sophomore at Morehead State University in Kentucky. My major is geospatial science - basically, using satellites to observe the Earth!
My minor is global studies. I think the ability to understand data doesn't matter very much if one can't apply it to people in a respectful way, with their enthusiastic consent.
Other interests of mine include: amateur radio, watching trains, gardening, banjo-playing, and weaving!
Scaring off people we don't want here
There's a bunch of new people here recently, so I think I'll say a few things that will scare off many of the sorts of people that we don't want here
It is the official policy of scholar.social that:
🍍 Nazis should have their speech curtailed at every opportunity
🍍 Supporters of Jordan Peterson or Milo Yiannopoulos—leave now
🍍 There is no such thing as "reverse racism"
🍍 Vaccines don't cause autism, and for that matter, autistic people are equally valuable!
I'm a writer (mostly of television promos) in Atlanta. Non-academic these days, but I never stopped studying. Some of you may remember me as the admin of the now defunct instance humanities.one. Primary interests are philosophy, history, religion, literature and the arts.
I'm an old geezer from London, working in HE, on a break from a doctorate.
I'm a shy, undergrad - pursuing an Bachelors in the Liberal Arts, and an Bachelors in Computer Science simultaneously over a 5 year period. I study the Humanities by day, and STEM by night!
I'm so honoured to be among this community. I can't wait to learn from all of you!
Administrative account for scholar.social
I boost #introduction(s) toots from scholar.social users
Pinned toot: this month's journal club
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