While I’m not proud of the final product, I am proud of knowing that I am capable of writing that many words in a (somewhat) coherent structure.
So the question then becomes: If everyone is making some form of content, how do we know what is any good?
Yeah, it’s fun to feel the adrenaline jolt through you when someone in a clown mask pops out at you and yells in your ear, but the shtick can get old fast, especially when used in horror movies.
Including Star Wars related articles—and yes, I very much do count those—we have no less than four space-related writes ups in this week’s issue.
“Ultimately, at the end what I would like is a single resource that I can hand to my incoming students coming into our anatomy and physiology courses that I can say, ‘this is the course.’” – Jennifer Barker
For this week, you’re getting a play-by-play of our newspaper’s production because I couldn’t think of anything better. So sue me. (Please don’t.)
Two semesters, half a summer, and countless ferry rides later, and we’ve managed to close that distance.
“I do not see what it means by ‘Select images with a sign.’ Are all images not some type of sign? This is the 1,342,543rd attempt I have made.” – EX-74T, local robot.
The driving idea behind his videos is that he takes an everyday skill—be it juggling, doing a wheelie, throwing playing cards—and spends however much time he needs in reaching the milestone he has set for himself.