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Thread: The best supervisors thread

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20-Feb-08, 18:04
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Mine have been absolutely brilliant from day one. I "heart" them.

Thread: Jojo's Writing Up Diary - The Race for the First Draft

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20-Feb-08, 18:02
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posted about 12 years ago
good luck Jojo.

Thread: What "Ch" unes have people got on today?

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20-Feb-08, 18:01
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Coastman Herbie Hancock rules. Nice.

Today I have had Minnie Riperton Les Fleurs

Thread: viva - how long to prepare

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01-Feb-08, 16:02
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posted about 12 years ago
well done. xx

Thread: Puppy and PhD problems

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01-Feb-08, 16:00
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Glad things are improving. People do underestimate the ammount of attension and commitment involved in bringing up a puppy. I think it is a real lifestyle choice and although I don't have kids, I sense that it is almost as big a deal as having a baby.

I only asked because I know some breeds require a lot more input and training than others. If you put the work in when he/she is a pup - you'll be OK.

Thread: Favourite ( Favorite) Foods While Studying

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26-Jan-08, 17:30
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Brown toast with avocado and emmental or edam cheese slices is my lastest thing.

Thread: Viva imminent - reassurance required...

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26-Jan-08, 17:25
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posted about 12 years ago
Well done.

How did it go?

When you have celebrated & recovered let us all know what it was like?

Thread: Puppy and PhD problems

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26-Jan-08, 17:20
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Can you me a bit more specific? Disobediant, or general hecticness?
What breed have you got?

Thread: Data Selection Methodology (Soc Sci)

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20-Jan-08, 20:31
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what rsearch methods are you using?

Thread: Caught in an inactive cycle PLEASE HELP!

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20-Jan-08, 20:28
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you need some inspiration. Are you teaching at all? I taught for the 1st 2 years of my project and found the students and seminars really good for firing me up. What about attending an event or conference? Again going and hearing about something interesting or exciting in your area might put you in a better mind set?

Thread: Viva imminent - reassurance required...

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20-Jan-08, 20:25
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I haven't had mine yet, but it all sounds perfectly normal.

Big big hugs.

Thread: What "Ch" unes have people got on today?

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17-Jan-08, 13:41
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Entroducing - DJ shadow.
Timeless - Goldie

Thread: what happens post viva and time scales

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12-Jan-08, 08:56
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well done aliby!

Whay was it like? How long did it last?

Thread: Sense & Snesibility Sunday nights , who's watching?

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12-Jan-08, 08:54
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I am a big fan of Austen and S&S is my fave of her books. I also love the Emma Thompson film version. If Sixkitten is reading I know we have discussed Alan Rickman as Brandon before *sigh*.

Anyway I am soooooooooooo disappointed with the BBC. Especially Willoughby. I mean I know he is a rogue but he is also supposed to be a total sexpot and the actor they have cast is, well rather lacking in the smouldering department.

Thread: good looking academics

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12-Jan-08, 08:51
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Hello all


Academia is not known for its' beautiful people but I wondered if anyone else had any thoughts?

I have always thought the economist Richard Florida was quite nice & I saw a picture of Bourdieu the other day when he was younger and he was quite sexy in a Serge Gainsborough sort of way.


Who are you favourite looker/thinkers?
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