Category Archives: ranting

Subversion Junkie

Pathophysiology is about things going wrong.  Every day I focus on things going wrong, from the moment I open feedly and scan my articles to the last student assessment I put down on my desk to the next doctor’s appointment … Continue reading

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Kicking and Screaming

Here’s what I want: I want a dollar for every hour I’ve spent changing my life to cope with unnecessary upgrades. Why am I ranting?  Right now, it’s because of Windows 7. Our school implemented Windows 7 over the summer, … Continue reading

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The Babbling Internet

I get a few hundred links a week in my RSS aggregator, and guess which ones I get the least out of? The ones that send me to a page with a two-line teaser and embedded video of a talking … Continue reading

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In Which I Rant About Unspecified Witches

If there’s a fantasy trope I absolutely despise, it’s the Persecuted Witch. You know her. She lives her life in fear of being identified as the witch she is and burned, stoned, tortured, whatever, by benighted neighbors. Yet she uses … Continue reading

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