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Getting ready for Transfer (confirmation)

After a full month of clinical work in December┬áto help with operational demands, I’m back in uni trying to catch up with my PhD work. 394 more words


Literature Review: Squirrel Communication

by Carl Strang

Those who dislike tree squirrels regard them as rats with bushy tails. Those bushy tails are important in many ways, however. They provide insulation when wrapped around the animal in its nest, and they also are used in communication. 358 more words


Medaka's Box: When Writing Becomes Lawless, It's Criminal

Name: Medaka’s Box

Author: Nisio Isin

Score: 7/10

I am not a big fan of manga. There was a time, many words ago, where I absolutely relished the art form, where I swallowed any and all of Japanese literary exports with wicked relish. 1,100 more words

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[Book Review] Dead Inside Do Not Enter by A Lost Zombies Book.

This book arrived today and I finished it today. It’s a book entirely made up of notes taken from a zombie outbreak. Some are just so upsetting and sad that you wonder how a little note can make you feel that way. 519 more words


January 15 (Recap)

Today has been a relatively productive day!

I am amazed that I just typed that, though, when I’ve been here for hours and didn’t break 1,000 words (my unofficial goal). 250 more words


#becomingeducational W14: Wrestling that Research Proposal to the ground!

So what are you going to research?
What METHOD are you going to use?
And why do we keep going on about it?
The Method is the way that we intend to collect information (data) to help us discover something interesting about our Research topic ( 457 more words


[Book Review] In Between The Sheets by Ian McEwan.

I very much enjoyed McEwan’s other short stories ‘First Love, Last Rites’ but unfortunately, this batch of short stories fail to meet up with my expectations. 397 more words