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(The New York Times)   Hey students, now teachers know when you're done reading your E-books, or if you've read them at all. Think of it as Big Brother but in a good way, it's for your own good   (nytimes.com) divider line 4
    More: Interesting, school of business, Stony Brook University, McGraw-Hill  
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2013-04-09 09:55:20 AM  
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Bah. I always read every reading assignment I was supposed to so all these other kids should too. It's about time they're held accountable. Although, I will say I don't get the headline. What's the connection between this story and reality TV?
2013-04-09 12:58:04 PM  
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I hate to say this, but I never read a single book assigned to me in my entire run of high school English class. Just followed the in class discussion on each chapter and bullshiatted my way through the exams. I also used to make up books for my book reports. It wasn't because I didn't read books recreationally, I loved sci-fi and fantasy. I just found it really thrilling to make up an author and a novel and get away with it. Usually our book reports came in threes so I'd write one book report on a book I'd actually read, and then I'd write two book reports on phony books by imaginary authors.

I don't think I'd be able to get away with that now a days with the internet. But as a small town boy if you had a good imagination you could get away with it no problem.
2013-04-09 10:25:10 AM  
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Dog Welder: But is it for The Greater Good?


The greater good.
2013-04-09 09:59:04 AM  
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"Maybe the course is too easy and I need to challenge them a bit more," Mr. Guardia said. "Or maybe the textbooks are not as good as I thought."

UTFA.

/Last sentence of the article?  Damn, talk about "burying the lead!"
 
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