I often tweet (or retweet) links to interesting articles, resources, and websites instead of blogging about them, especially when I’m busy. I’ve decided to periodically archive selected links that may be of interest to my blog readers on this new page on the menu bar: Tweets. (For all of my tweets, follow me on Twitter @bylisagold.)
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- “Can’t decide which is more embarrassing — failing to cite Wikipedia as a source or using Wikipedia as a source.”
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