"Makes the impossible the predictable."
I knew as soon as the Super Bowl was over we would be seeing a bunch of stories like this one: "‘One of the great landslides of all-time’: Boston sports radio hosts say the Brady vs. Belichick debate is over".
Well, before the debate is "over" allow me to post three links making a case for Belichick:
"Like sentence structure, explains Ken Albala, Professor of History at the University of the Pacific, a cuisine’s grammar can be reflected in the order in which it is served, and a grammar can dictate which foods can (or cannot) be paired, like cheese on fish, or barbecue sauce on ice cream."
Wherever there are rules, there will probably be at least some people trying to wriggle around them.
Three-minute video of a couple--as they used to say--cutting a rug.
"We are a traveling family looking for off the beaten path adventures. Where are some of the best places in America for us to visit?"
Quora discussion. The top-rated post here includes a dozen interesting-looking pictures.
Julia Louis-Dreyfuss was simply outstanding.
"The “Learning Styles” Myth Is Still Prevalent Among Educators — And It Shows No Sign of Going Away"
A brief commentary on yet another dopey pseudoscientific claim.
Obviously, if this result holds up it will be great news.
Before it gets completely memory-holed, some useful background about a recent kerfluffle.
Most EdD degrees can be completed part-time with no coursework beyond the often substandard offerings from the school of education.