Seriously, could there be anything more annoying than failing to specify where items of interest are? I know, it’s not “conventional”, but come on.
Update: And yes, thats a typo. I don’t have the original anymore, so there’s nothing I can do to fix it!29 Jun 2020
The best strategy to defend students from copying.26 Jun 2020
“If it’s not in danger of overflowing, you’re not doing it right!”24 Jun 2020
“Okay class, we’ve spent a lot of time writing down these complicated expressions. Well, it turns out we can’t actually evaluate these, so we’re just going to use some tricks to get approximate solutions.”22 Jun 2020
Don’t tell me Handwaving never gives out good advice for academia!19 Jun 2020
The best is when they break a piece, pause, try again, and break another piece a few moments later.17 Jun 2020
Ah, there’s nothing more relaxing than writing grant applications. They really make you indulge in your biggest fantasies for your research.15 Jun 2020
It’s funny how many disagreements ultimately end like this.12 Jun 2020
Beware of percentages.10 Jun 2020
I sometimes notice myself rolling my eyes when I see another explanation of a basic concept that I know well, but then I realize that the target audience is not me.
Communicating to the public is important and distinct from communicating with experts.08 Jun 2020