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A pre-emptive pep talk on motivation

January might be too pessimistic a time to talk about losing motivation, but even if you’re still full of energy this semester, it’s not a bad idea to have a strategy for if you do hit a wall. EPET’s very… Continue Reading →

Apps aren’t enough: Routines and workflows.

What is it? I don’t think I have to go into a lot of detail explaining what a routine is and how it fits into a workflow. In fact, since I introduced this “column” promising to discuss the “computer, mobile,… Continue Reading →

“Go the Distance,” by Michael Bolton

This week’s grad school song of the week is brought to you by Day Greenberg! Do you sometimes feel that you need to be a demigod to get everything on your to-do list done? Do you know that grad school… Continue Reading →

How to Read a Lot of Books?

This post originally appeared on Josh Rosenberg’s blog You have to read books in graduate school. In graduate school in education, everyone has read some Dewey. But how about Piaget, and Vygotsky, and Skinner, and Papert, and Kahneman, and even… Continue Reading →

IFTTT, duct tape for workflows.

What is it? IFTTT, IF This Then That, is a web automation service. That’s a pretty broad term, but IFTTT is a pretty broad service. With the right combination of instructions, you can have IFTTT do anything from send starred… Continue Reading →

“I Am the Doctor,” by Murray Gold

Have you been looking for a victory song to play once you finally get your PhD? Will “Pomp and Circumstance” not command enough respect for your new title? Most importantly, are you looking for a song epic enough to get… Continue Reading →

Sandra Sawaya: Ghosts of Comps Past

After an intensive, three-day writing marathon, I am (hopefully) done with my comprehensive exam.  At the end of this, I can honestly say that it wasn’t that bad.  Yes, I had to write for hours on end but my biggest… Continue Reading →

My tragic love affair with notebooks: An introduction to [The Work Must Flow]

My name is Spencer, and I am a notebook fiend. During a family trip to Paris a year and a half ago, my wife and in-laws were most excited about seeing things like the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, or Claude… Continue Reading →

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