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    You can still use Wikipedia if you press the Esc...

    You can still use Wikipedia if you press the Esc key as soon as you get on the page, before the blackout message loads.
  2. First, 4+2=12 (base 4). I don't think it's...

    First, 4+2=12 (base 4).
    I don't think it's necessary to teach number bases along with arithmetic. At that age it would confuse and frighten most kids besides achieving little. It would go more...
  3. Teach them to write proofs, maybe. Or if they're...

    Teach them to write proofs, maybe. Or if they're not ready to do that they could write solutions. If it's an elementary level geometry class, you could have them write detailed instructions for...
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    Nice picture, Juniper.

    Nice picture, Juniper.
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    Poll: You still have a week or two, you can definitely...

    You still have a week or two, you can definitely make it to 50 (and if you have trouble with that there are the Games threads and the Introductions forum).

    All the options sound really good. I...
  6. Poll: I still like my name most.

    I still like my name most.
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    I know some girls who started to menstruate when...

    I know some girls who started to menstruate when they were seven or eight ... I doubt they were ready for reproduction.

    I think in some countries, China for instance, the government encourages...
  8. Thread: Rumi

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    Writing...

    Writing

    The forum is pretty much self-explanatory, but if you need more help there are some tutorials in this forum: The Literature Network, and moderators and other forum members are always...
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    It's not that I like disorder, but I prefer...

    It's not that I like disorder, but I prefer having nothing done to having something done badly ... Books are hard to classify. I guess I am searching for an aesthetic way to arrange them, if that's...
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    Do you know what systems libraries use in other...

    Do you know what systems libraries use in other countries?
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    Well, the shelves are already there, so if I put...

    Well, the shelves are already there, so if I put the books on them it takes no extra room, but if I leave them lying around my desk in huge piles they take up considerable extra room. If I put them...
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    This isn't really my favorite, but I saw this...

    This isn't really my favorite, but I saw this when I was eight and it lingered with me ever since until I rediscovered it yesterday ...
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    How do you organize your books?

    Alphabetization, genre, country, theme, publication date I tried a bit of all but gave up. It would be nice to leave everything in disorder but that takes too much room ...

    How do you arrange...
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    But the boundary is very vague.

    But the boundary is very vague.
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    The Elements of Style by William Strunk, Jr., is...

    The Elements of Style by William Strunk, Jr., is quite popular in America; it's very short and it talks about writing style as well.

    (Also, the full i and e rule is i before e except after c, and...
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    I don't want to argue with you, only can you...

    I don't want to argue with you, only can you explain this in greater depth? I am curious about it.
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    That's in British English, in American English we...

    That's in British English, in American English we use a c for both.

    who/whom: who is subjective or nominative case, whom is objective case. It can be helpful to substitute "he" or "him" into a...
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    Video Games and the "Next Generation"

    Does anyone want to continue the tangent?

    Also, I would be interested to hear your views about the "next generation" in general I'm part of this generation, and it's always half-funny,...
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    Happy birthday, sorry I'm a day late. Your...

    Happy birthday, sorry I'm a day late. Your interview was interesting to read.
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    There's some validity in what G L Wilson said,...

    There's some validity in what G L Wilson said, the Bible after all does devote a whole book to explaining different types of animal sacrifices and their purposes. I know that this could be largely...
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    Why does there have to be some sort of higher...

    Why does there have to be some sort of higher truth?
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    Yesterday I saw an excerpt on this topic. I...

    Yesterday I saw an excerpt on this topic. I searched for it but I could not find the source.

    The critic started by asking if there were any way to reconcile the concrete and the abstract in...
  23. Thread: beyond words

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    Much of art is an attempt to express something...

    Much of art is an attempt to express something often beyond expressing, but even so it's slightly ironic to see something titled and described only as "beyond words" – that's more what I meant.
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    Some people like to call themselves "weird" or...

    Some people like to call themselves "weird" or "crazy" because they think it means they're unique.
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    Sorry. I forget where I am sometimes ... I can...

    Sorry. I forget where I am sometimes ... I can translate later if I finish my work, but it's mostly the tone.
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