As you might have guessed, it is the time of year that many of us are bogged down by schoolwork, so while the old SF.c is not exactly dead, it is quieter than we would like to see it. If you cast your mind back, even just a little, you’ll also find this means it’s time for strange fluff.
As happens sometimes your genial host Pontifus and I were chatting just a while ago. Here’s what happened.
And apparently, according to [name redacted], I am probably “one of those students who are great but may not look like it on paper.”
hahaha, i feel like that’s my problem
maybe because i don’t put a lot of effort into things i think are fundamentally pointless…like gre tests
Well, I did pretty well on my GRE. I think it has more to do with my weird ideas.
Which means you may very well be in the same boat. We both share a lot of ideas on the dissemination of theory, the study of lit., and so on.
We’ll just build up the SF.c empire slowly, until you can found your own digital university.
yeah, or just make universities obsolete
I’ll be dean of twitter messages.
and establish a learning commune sort of thing
You have to have an eye toward the money. We’ll need to eat.
ghostlightning can do that
Owen is our first satellite campus.
lelangir will be too busy being the internet, and kaiser will be too busy being…swedish, i guess
yeah, owen handles study abroad
Yes, he will likely be busy being Swedish. Haha.
He does that a lot, it seems, lol
So clearly you should send in your student application now, to the first digital weeaboo university, SF.c!
(Note: Not actually a call for submissions of any kind; carry on)