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Is there any form of writing more dense, jargon-filled and hard to figure out than academic writing?  Technical manuals poorly translated into English are probably easier to read than many of the textbooks currently lining my bookshelf.  It’s a shame, because I have spent hundreds of dollars on these books in order to learn something […]

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Yesterday I rode my bike out to the Royal Roads campus.  It took about 40 minutes from my place in Vic West, at a pace that made me breathe hard and sweat, even though the cycling enthusiasts with their street bikes and jerseys still passed me at a good clip. I’ve got an “entry-level” (aka […]

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This is a cross-post from my “academic” blog – more of a journal of experiences as I go through grad studies, actually. It’s called, unoriginally, Catherine Novak’s RRU blog, and if you click the link you can find it and subscribe… though I expect that my audience will mainly be my fellow Learning and Technology […]

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