Academics finally admit they’re less useful than YouTube

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3 Responses to Academics finally admit they’re less useful than YouTube

  1. Rex Anger says:

    Being an autodidact has long been the way to learn what you want to learn, without being curated by the opinions of someone who is nominally more knowledgeable on the subject that you, or constrained by the political fashions of the time. It is just now easier to do for a person of reasonable literacy, than at any time in human history.

    The challenge, though, is in having the research skills to locate exactly what you want in the first place. And I am not convinced that these are easily, nor widely taught.

  2. Shy Ted says:

    Pullease. How can you possibly learn that you might not be the gender you thought you were all along if you don’t go in person?

  3. JC says:

    The hunchback and Overland are pure evil. They ought to he sharing a jail cell.

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