Welcome to another edition of the TD:D Blog Carnival!
Enjoy the posts and make sure to check back next week for another edition.
On Going Green
Peripheral Benefits of Taking the Paperless Plunge by Howard Buddin
“This post gets back to an issue that I addressed early on in my chronicling of writing a paperless dissertation. Namely, that many, if not most people I’ve encountered are dubious at best when presented with the idea of giving up stacks of scribbled upon, highlighted, and unsearchable journal articles and drafts.”
How to Write Less Badly by Michael C. Munger
“Most academics, including administrators, spend much of our time writing. But we aren’t as good at it as we should be. I have never understood why our trade values, but rarely teaches, nonfiction writing.”
The Writing Life
What I wish I knew before I started writing by Lady Scientist
“Since my entire life right now revolves around dissertating, it takes too much energy to write or think about anything else. Ergo, that is what I’m going to write about. What I wish I knew before I started writing…”
Dissertation Digest # 5 by Miss LLA
“let’s call this day 2 of ‘so…how much progress could i make if…’. i was thinking this morning (don’t be so surprised!) about what kind of progress could i make on my dissertation if i made a commitment to write at least 500 words per day through september 30th.”
Website of the Week
For all you academic fashionistas out there, I thought that I would share my latest find: acadmichic. This blog is hosted by “A consortium of feminist academics, in the Midwest and Northeast, on a crusade against the ill-fitting polyester suit of academic yore.” If you need a break from dissertation writing, then take a few minutes and check out the latest attire for trendy academics.
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