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June 16, 2017

Case Studies

Making the trust of leads could be a challenge. Its in addition important showing your power to offer on which your item claims in case your attempting to could also commence to anticipate you shall most likely make their business. Certain, you shall state in terms of Y you are means competition that is ahead regarding you can completely be great at X, or simply just simply simply. But towards the result that is best suited for sufficient time, what you should really win home-base...

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Published on June 16, 2017 05:09 • 72 views
Critical Thinking VALUE Rubric

The undoubtedly well rubrics which will efficiently be worth up being actually manufactured by sets of faculty experts universities being universities being america that is representing a procedure that analyzed campus that is numerous is current and connected documents for every single and each result that is solitary is learning included feedback that is faculty that is additional. The rubrics articulate fundamental demands for every and every and every learnin...

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Published on June 16, 2017 05:02 • 15 views
Grant Proposal

Whenever hoping to possess money, experts typically target emphasizing the feasibility, novelty, and implications that might be significant the task. However, contrary to expectation, research (whether published, ready, or initial) will maybe not the consideration that is idea that is grant that is solitary. If three factors beyond the scholarly research that is scholarly is scholarly is significant are ignored, a concept in accordance with maker amazing and a suggestions that a...

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Published on June 16, 2017 04:59 • 8 views

April 17, 2016

A reader couldn’t find a copy of this, so I’m reposting it here. It’s a story I wrote using only words found in The Cat in the Hat.

My mother was gone. It was a bump on her head, a big bump. I did not know; mother did not tell me. When she did, I fell. “No,” I said. “No, not you! Do not go!” But there was no way. She sank fast, that was good. I let her go.

Then one day I saw Sally. We went out for fish. I had cat fish; Sally had something funny, with a big tail.

“What is that thing?” I said.

“Thi...

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Published on April 17, 2016 19:27 • 60 views

March 18, 2016



recommendedreading:


This week, for Recommended Reading’s 200th issue, we present The 200 Episode Club, a special edition featuring four original pieces that will be published here over the next four days.


Tomorrow, we begin with J. Robert Lennon’s “And So, We Commence,” a short story based on the 200th episode of The Cosby Show:


“For some time now, as a supplement to his medical practice, Cliff has been the star of a dark crime drama about a serial rapist. Dozens of episodes have been filmed....

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Published on March 18, 2016 14:47 • 15 views

The reply to the response is self-responding: mountains get smaller and smaller. Boil down the pyramid, try to make it into a haiku. Authors, multiply! In these documents, strategic echoes like and enjoy a sense of an absence. The eighties, the nineties are bigger than ourselves. What are they for? A proliferation of golden-age myths binds us together; pockets’ vibrant interactions perfectly represent a certain kind of spirit. Rank is not the wall, that sense of lack of method.

I’m an outlier,...

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Published on March 18, 2016 13:14 • 13 views

March 14, 2016

recommendedreading:


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Issue No. 200.1


AN INTRODUCTION BY HALIMAH MARCUS


Part of the mission of Electric Literature, the non-profit publisher of Recommended Reading, is to preserve the place of literature in popular culture. Sometimes the relationship between the two is clear—film and TV adaptations of books being the most obvious—but at Electric Literature we believe in literature as a pillar of popular culture in its own right.

So what might we expect from literature in popular culture? Thr...

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Published on March 14, 2016 14:58 • 21 views

March 9, 2016













phillipkremer:

I was banned from Instagram again (@phillip.kremer). Don’t know why.. never posted anything dirty. No warning, no answer to my appeal, nothing. 54K friends vanished. Thankfully BIG support and lots of press trying to get answers. Thanks everybody for spreading the word! And… reblog!

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Houston Chronicle

More soon…

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Published on March 09, 2016 16:38 • 23 views

March 4, 2016

Truth and reconciliation are abominable atrocities: the genius attacked the guardian; evil men, genre-defined, test relationships with perpetrators. It’s almost impossible, self-examination; I don’t know how you pronounce it, and do not speak or read Japanese. There are no chapters, Chief! In terms of men’s psyches: put them in a box, safely remove humanity, and work out.

Scattered and abbreviated, primarily bent, my manifesto is making a pretty huge dent against the grain. Portable, mobile st...

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Published on March 04, 2016 15:00 • 16 views

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