i cant believe i got a fellowship meaning i wouldn’t have to teach next year, right after i decided i want to graduate early. this is a good problem to have, of course, but it means i have to make a decision. i could always kill an extra semester and spend more time, uh, gaining relevant skills, but on the other hand it’s maybe a waste of time
it’s called jstor /sobbing
OMG NETFLIX FOR JOURNALS AND DATABASES THAT IS THE BEST IDEA I HAVE EVER HEARD! Can you make that happen please? Thanks.
My whole life is jstor/sobbing. Crying over academia related things is even more my life now than it was in college. If I could create some sort of Netflix for academic e-resources I would. The problem is there are such services for larger institutions, but as far as I know individuals have to subscribe to the services separately – and it’s really frickin expensive!
So if someone in the higher ups of academic e-resources wants to help me come up with an affordable alternative a la netflix (I’m sure I can come up with a catchy name later) It would be much appreciated.
People want to learn, and we should do everything in our power to make it accessible: Like an online public library…or something. I just want to learn even though I’m broke and not in college anymore.
I HAVE SO MANY RESEARCH RELATED PROBLEMS —> How is it that last week I had access to the online Encylopedia Britannica, but now I don’t. CHAOS AND CONFUSION. I JUST WANT TO READ THE CATHERINE THE GREAT ARTICLE.