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April 19, 2012 Filed under Blog, Featured, Writing
Nice article from slate.com on the frustrations of dealing with Microsoft Word.
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I would say quite frowned upon. (Hope this didn’t out you as a reviewer!) Very easy to ask for evidence of this. twitter.com/wxkristin/status/6…
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RT @PaulKnightley: @StatsbyLopez @EloquentScience @stat110 @kwbroman You missed 'Use loads of bullet points so the audience can spend their time reading'! ;)
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RT @anonymousprofs: Newsflash: Part of being an effing grownup involves doing your effing job when you don't feel effing perfect. Get your ass to class.
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