LiveJournal as many-to-many communication where "big blogs" are one-to-many (and what that does to the dynamics of the conversation).
Maybe requiring Psych 101 students to participate in research projects isn't such a red-hot idea after all.
"In defense of pedantry, I think precise language is important. Itâs important in science, and itâs important in general communication. Itâs important because, as many smart people have pointed out, words mean things. If your word communicates things you did not intend, thatâs not the fault of everyone else for misunderstanding you. And if you choose words that have both precise and less-precise common usages, they can communicate a lot more than you might realize."
Hey, thanks for the link!