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Somthing to Ponder on...

The most common fallacy is to put one’s logic (conclusions) before grammar (research). We can see this in many people who have opinions about topics they haven’t sincerely researched first, make hasty conclusions, cherry pick, skim through books/articles but don’t read the entire work and references, resulting in distortions and throwing out the baby with the bathwater…or mistake the bathwater for the baby. 1,033 more words

Forbidden Truth

Critical thinking

In a comment exchange on the Cost of College post Trying to teach the enigmatic and increasingly popular skill of critical thinking, CSProfMom and I were discussing the relationship between… 1,497 more words

pretty pictures from Mayhem

Got back to some snaps I took at the Toronto stop of Metal Mayhem 2014.

To check out some more of the day, click ovver to my DeviantArt page here: 11 more words

What Does Rock Music Taste Like?: Asking rock stars the delicious question.

What do Steel Panther, Frank Turner, Funeral For a Friend, Trivium, Sonic Boom Six and Blitz Kids taste like? I decided to find out.

During my time at university music site Electric Banana, I interviewed Corey Beaulieu of Trivium. 818 more words

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Ask Earache: What Happened To Roadrunner Records?

From 2005 through March of 2013, Digby Pearson of Earache Records ran an “Ask Earache” blog in which fans could ask Dig anything Earache related.  Since Dig no longer keeps the blog active, I’ve decided to highlight some of the more interesting questions… 784 more words

Ask Earache

HRD Radio Report - Week Ending 10/12/14

HRD RADIO REPORT 

The HRD Radio Report showcases the weekly Active Rock Mediabase Charts (compiled by AllAccess.com), and appears every Tuesday on HardRockDaddy.com.  The HRD Radio Report digs deeper into the weekly Active Rock charts, providing commentary, reviews, recommendations and predictions.   1,626 more words

Nonpoint

Learning to love liberal education

Talk given at the The Future of Liberal Arts conference at King’s College London on 14th October 2014.

I want to start by saying that I take a utilitarian view of education and don’t like the phrase ‘learning for its own sake’. 913 more words

Education