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Archive for the ‘writing’ Category
Sound piercing silence. Echoes clarify the cry. Defining the edge.
A conversation. More than words, sounds in the air. Hands, elbows, and nods.
In any wise, success. Wise man, sitting deep in thought. Why’s the carpet wet?
A weight falls away. Gazing to the horizon I see new burdens.
With ideas in mind. Fingers glide across the keys. Form and fact blending.
Theoretical frameworks are defined by what they do. To understand this it can be helpful to first consider a physical framework and the ways such a structure can be applied to solving problems in the physical world. In this way, it is easier to understand how frameworks can add value to a proposed solution as [...]
The thing about RSS feeds from individual blogs is that patterns can be noticed which suggest a blogger may be in the zone, on vacation, or whatever. One of the feeds I subscribe to is Susannah Breslin’s and I noticed not much activity had been coming across the wire from her blog of late. I [...]
In a previous post, I made the following point regarding the downside of arbitrarily placing a five year expiration date on research citations: Depending how you look at it, The Five Year Rule either exacerbates or supports the “publish or parish” death march. If research work has a shelf life of five years before its [...]
Made an interesting discovery recently regarding research citations. Apparently, all research has an expiration date…sort of. As originally presented in my Masters program at CSU Global, citing research older than five years would not be viewed very favorably by the Thesis Committee. Specifically, the professor offered this in the discussion forum: “Always strive to obtain [...]