Interesting social science approach to how university faculty spend their time.
[O]n a recent trip abroad when an immigration officer asked how I could afford to be away from work for a month. I said simply that we were on winter break and the officer jokingly lamented about going into the wrong profession. I didn’t mention to him that I had busted my tail over the week (and weekend) before departure, commenting on and grading final essays for a class of one hundred students, then figuring final marks and carefully uploading these marks into the university’s data management system. The work of modern Homo academicus is not a nine-to-five job. Many of our best thoughts come at 2:00 a.m. —The Blue Review.
The ChatGPT Lawyer Explains Himself
Microsoft has no shame: Bing spit on my ‘Chrome’ search with a fake AI answer
Not sure whether I should be proud or embarrassed...
Frisbee is a brand name, but how newsworthy is that?
Making a journalism game to teach myself ChoiceScript
ChatGPT took their jobs. Now they walk dogs and fix air conditioners.