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While many scholars (particularly now-tenured, though some non-tenured too) have taken to blogging and social media lately (the movement seems to have exploded in 2011 and 2012, with many academic conferences having their own Twitter hashtag – check the American Anthropology Association, the MLA and the upcoming American Association of Geographers 2012 hashtags), I have experimented with social media since 2006 (though, at the time, it was purely for personal use). I have been using social media in my teaching and my own research extensively since 2009, and I’m glad that my fellow academics are now embracing it as a tool to build new collaborative research networks.
Ty Burrell plays the hapless Phil Dunphy in Modern Family.
The Blog Post That Led to Aquittal | ICBC Personal Injury Claims Lawyer Erik Magraken | Victoria & Vancouver Island BCThe Blog Post That Led to Acquittal Earlier today a colleague from work stumbled across an interesting 2011 case from the BC Provincial Court that I thought was worth sharing.
International Women's Day began as a day of rebellion and outlandish demands – Equal pay! Votes for women!
Hey Boy, I think we need to talk.
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Last summer, a twelve-year-old French boy came to stay with us for a week. During his time in London, he was interested in doing two things: “le bowling” and watching “Brice de Nice” (clip below).