Image by Dr Stephen Dann via Flickr Step1: The preparation. If I have set the marks criteria for the exam questions, the first step is spent tuning the set up, putting advice to the numbers so I know what it takes to score the HD on the paper, what separates a Distinction from a Credit… Read More »
The To Done List from 2008 (thus far…) I do need to preface this list by pointing out that I’ve included the blanks on the annual report to indicate what my workplace recognises as outcomes in a year. I still feel a little bit disgruntled with the performance for 2008 (three rejected papers, a few… Read More »
It’s the last day of class for the 2008 Consumer Behaviour subjects. This year, in consumer behaviour, I’ve discussed the following topics roles of the family, including the role of presumptions of gender in determining “male” and “female” roles white-race privilege, male privilege the flexibility of the gender construct (it’s somewhere between 5 and 9… Read More »
This is how I’ve taken to deciding if I should respond to a call for papers, or a research project, or an offer to go for lunch.
I finally caved into the constant pressure from Microsoft, and uninstalled my legally purchased copy of Microsoft Office 2003. There’s a limit to the number of times (less than 50) that the software I paid cash for can tell me that I’m using an unregistered version. In the years I’ve used legitimate software, Microsoft… Read More »