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At the risk of coming across as self-indulgent, I wanted to take a moment to expand on why I go by the name Codgitator, and how that shapes this blog. Almost eight years ago to this day, Dave Armstrong bestowed … Continue reading
I’m not sure about the mechanics of following a blog by email, but I assume that those who do so get the entire post delivered in the body of an email. Or perhaps they receive a link and the opening … Continue reading
“The choice of one’s vocation, the plan of some business of great consequence, of some work occupying much time, of some very great expenditure, the change of abode, the choice of society, and the like, deserve to be seriously pondered, … Continue reading
[20 Nov 2013 — I have amended this post, a day later, as shown in red.] Recently Steve Skojec highlighted a quotation that showed up in a combox at his blog, and, as far as repetitio mater studiorum est, it … Continue reading