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Shit My Notes Say

In the course of studying, Bwog discovered some questionable commentary in notes and readings.  See how bad we are at being students:

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It’s midterm season, so here’s some textbook wisdom to help you relax. Breathe in as you follow in the trails of software engineer textbook writers, Chinese Communist Party officials, or even English post-punk bands, and a computer science  book explains to you the drawbacks of judging groups by their population. And an Astronomy textbook, which […]

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You’ve probably been spending a lot more time with your textbook lately, and in some pretty late-night settings. Bwog has, too—and we’ve noticed a few little gems hidden within. Small moments like these below; subtle signals from the authors sensing our distress and saying, “You are not alone.” Or just a lame scientist trying to […]

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Discovered in a graduate-level animal physiology physics textbook (Fishbane’s Physics for Scientists and Engineers). For those of you who’ve always had a place in your heart for giraffes, know that they evidently have one for you in theirs as well. Bwog uses our well-rounded liberal arts education to analyze it in this interdisciplinary exercise, while exercising all of […]

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