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Thread: Why are you doing a PhD?

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22-Sep-08, 11:36
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posted about 12 years ago
For 'the money and the girls'.

Thread: Internet surveys for research

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22-Sep-08, 10:58
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posted about 12 years ago
I have some (considerable) skepticism re the phrase 'guaranteed responses'. And like the other poster stated, what you're suggesting is nothing particularly new anyway.

Thread: who is the most favourite person on the forum

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20-Sep-08, 17:20
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Arguably, said poster could do with 'getting a life'.

Thread: 24/7 Openings--its a good thing

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26-Aug-08, 18:17
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I remember Derek Hatton once telling me that he'd be for the idea IF everyone did it (not just shop-workers and the like). Fair enough?

Thread: 24/7 Openings--its a good thing

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26-Aug-08, 17:27
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You'll be suggesting we abandon the word Christmas and have a 'Winter Holiday' instead next. I'm giving you enough rope here, in case you didn't realise.

Thread: Actually, what would be useful...

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26-Aug-08, 15:23
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Quote From juno:

Golfpro, you never struck me as a man that would know his colour wheel;-). Trinny and Susannah would be proud.


Well its not like I dress up in women's clothes or anything (well maybe just once in a while).

Thread: 24/7 Openings--its a good thing

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26-Aug-08, 14:59
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Quote From olivia:

Those are very interesting laws and restrictions--Sunday trading limited to a large degree! I am not sure what the reasons/reasoning is behind the restrictions, but the convenience of a 24/7 grocery store should not be under-estimated.



You might have a different take on the situation, if you were compelled to work Saturday nights / Sunday mornings for the minimum wage

Thread: Actually, what would be useful...

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26-Aug-08, 14:31
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Very much so. I'm also not entirely keen on the colour scheme from a HCI perspective. Aren't orange and mauve a bit close on the colour wheel? I always thought opposites were supposed to be best?

Thread: One for Mods: Have you tested this update in all browsers?

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26-Aug-08, 14:17
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OS X 10.5.4

Thread: Actually, what would be useful...

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26-Aug-08, 14:16
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I'm not sure, as clutter is already an issue (for me).

Thread: 24/7 Openings--its a good thing

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26-Aug-08, 10:49
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The major chains (Tesco etc...) do don't they.

Thread: Tell me something helpful...

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25-Aug-08, 17:30
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It's Sean Connery's birthday today. Happy birthday 007 if you're reading.

Thread: Usain Bolt

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25-Aug-08, 14:35
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Bolt actually hasn't got that 'drugged-up' look that many athletes have (although that really means very little). For example, the swimmer Phelps (too me) looks like he's taken Human Growth Hormone at some point - the big hands/feet, the pronounced jaw, etc..

Thread: Stipends and fees

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25-Aug-08, 14:31
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Off the top of my head something like £5-50 something an hour (for adults).

Thread: Funding

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25-Aug-08, 11:55
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posted about 12 years ago
Is there a prize for guessing your subject area?
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