“Tell ‘m I said congratulations!” I appreciate your congratulations, but I’m not in an actual program quite yet. (Harvard offers open-enrollment summer school courses which don’t award degrees. My main goal with the course is to show to prospective MS programs that I can handle the material).
No worries, Carl. It’s a hard economy. Thanks for your consideration.
“Man, I do hope I can help you. But I’m just a poor student.” Understood. If you could swing it, even small contributions are greatly appreciated. (If 1%* of readers gave $1, that’d come out to something like $2500 a year). If not, I understand–it was deathly difficult for me to procure employment while in school.
*Converting 1% of free readers into voluntary donors would be quite a feat, though.
“Yep, the new code works fine. Good luck with school!” Thanks!
“B.Mac, I swear there was something else there too when I made my post.” There was! In the original version of this post, I included a sentence describing why I was asking for money, but I removed that because it struck me as too mawkish. Suffice it to say that I have two main needs for money, neither one of which is procuring enough grenades and killer bees to seize control of Madagascar. (At this point, another attempt to seize a Third World country would just be throwing good money after bad).
When mapping out any kind of superheroic narrative, a consideration has to be made that is not often an aspect of other types of stories, and by that I mean you have to determine power level, or maybe we should say Power Level, since so many superheroic concepts work better with capitals. This is […]
Short version: Dr. Short at the University of Oklahoma conducted a study which found that graphic novels helped students learn material more easily and were preferred by 80% of the students. You can enroll for free here to test whether they are more effective for you. Here’s an example of the study incorporating visual […]