Pat McNees and Debbie Brodsky talk about what personal histories are, and what personal historians do, and why Tell your story now. But you can either run from it, or learn from it. When Sting did this, his creativity was reborn.
Falling Diphthong It seems like a call for Letter Man. LouiseM March 21, at 9: Why would this be spam? EddieSherbert March 21, at 9: I had someone apply for an internship who had an old Twitter account with A LOT of rapey and misogynistic tweets from like Blackcat March 21, at 9: But I also selectively post publicly when I have a new paper or want to engage in a scholarly conversation which is totally possible.
I also post articles about teaching publicly. So someone who finds me would see a curated professional page. Someone from my research community that friends me would see slightly more, and an actual friend gets the whole shebang.
One page, multiple uses. No regular person I know allows anyone to see their pictures without first requesting to follow. Alton March 21, at JustCurious March 21, at Blue Anne I have the same setup and the same thoughts.
Littlelionlass March 21, at Tessa Ryan March 21, at I keep my facebook locked down pretty tight, and use only my first and middle name for all my social media. I now have friends on Facebook from work, but when I was job hunting I made darn sure that when you googled my name only previous internship stuff came up.
Alton I wish I could do this, but I go by my middle name professionally and personally, so my options are more limited.
AKchic March 21, at I am happy to lock my profile s down. My social media accounts are just that — mine. They are hiring my work life. Jess P Why would that limit you, Alton? Just use ANY name: Ex-Academic, Future Accountant March 21, at Of course, I never had to prove my name when I first created my account more than 10 years ago, but Facebook was very different then.
Lindsay J March 21, at I looked at it the other day because I was curious, and because I knew that they said they would be making changes after they had the issues with the drag performers and with native american names.
And with the nicknames, you can include the nickname, just not in place of your real name. Most of my friends are teachers, and a large number of them go by first-middle to try and avoid being found by students.
My little brother has had the name of a Game of Thrones house as his last name for several years, which, again, is in violation of the TOS nobody has reported him either. Ex-Academic, Future Accountant March 21, at 1: Just idly thinking about going slightly more anonymous. Alton March 21, at 2: VictorianCowgirl March 21, at 5: So, just changing your name is not enough.
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Basic/Clinical Research Fellowship. Baylor College of Medicine Date Posted: November 12, The laboratory of Oluyinka Oluotoye, MD, PhD provides a rich experience in both basic and clinical research for an month year research fellowship to start January, As a follow-up to Tuesday’s post about the majority-minority public schools in Oslo, the following brief account reports the latest statistics on the cultural enrichment of schools in Austria.
Vienna is the most fully enriched location, and seems to be in roughly the same situation as Oslo. Many thanks to Hermes for the translation from ashio-midori.com This is a list of all inmates of the fictitious Wentworth Detention Centre in the television series Prisoner, known as Prisoner: Cell Block H in The United States and Britain and Caged Women in Canada.
Note that episode numbers cited are for first and last appearances; many characters had spells where they were absent for long periods of time and subsequently returned. [page v] 9 September, Dear Secretary of State, I have the honour to present the Report of the Committee set up by your predecessor, Mrs Thatcher, in to inquire into the teaching in the schools of reading and the other uses of English.
Lots of shared memories of the win in Carl Goldman and Dick Marson claim they have missed only one game since! Also remembered — with a first-hand account by fullback George MacDonald was Frank White’s pass to Bob Cochran which beat Yale in