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Ladyguides

Etiquette: Turn Off The Tech

Everyone I know owns some kind of cell phone. Even at the elementary schools I substitute teach in, the students have cell phones. I think this ubiquity is a recent development.

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Work

Women in Academia: Diversity, or the Lack Thereof

One of academia’s biggest problems right now, tied with funding as the number one crisis facing higher education, is the gaping disparity between the demographics of undergraduates and the demographics of graduate students and faculty. The narrative of academia is the narrative of white men (and to an increasing extent, the narrative of white women, […]

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Public Service

Tuesday’s Gone

Like the Skynard song, we’re signing off for the night.  Thanks, readers and writers, for another fantastic day at the ranch.   We’ll be back at 9 tomorrow morning to enlighten and delight (delighten?) you some more. 

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Public Service

Monday Night Wrap Up

I’d like to have an honest conversation with you, the regular and from-the-beginning readers, about site advertising.  You’ve seen our stumbling attempts as we try to find a money stream that jives with my peculiar ethics and the well-being of the site.  I want to know what you think about internet advertising in general, and […]