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Timothy A. Lepczyk
Works at Hendrix College
Attended University of Tennessee
Lives in Conway, AR
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Fellow in Digital Humanities & Digital Pedagogy at HendrixCollege | Writer | Man behind Scintilla Press & Eduhacker
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I publish the literary magazine, Scintillahttp://magazine.scintillapress.com/ & write for Eduhacker, http://www.eduhacker.net.
Education
  • University of Tennessee
    M.S. Information Sciences, 2005 - 2006
  • University of Nebraska
    M.A. English, 2002 - 2004
  • Meiji Gakuin Daigaku
    Study Abroad: Japanese Studies
  • Hope College
    B.A. Japanese Studies and English, 1997 - 2001
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Fellow in Digital Humanities & Pedagogy
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Python, XSLT, XML, HTML5, CSS3, Wordpress, Metadata, Writing, Project Management
Employment
  • Hendrix College
    Digital Humanities & Pedagogy Fellow, 2012 - present
  • Washington University
    Digital Repository-Metadata Librarian, 2011 - 2012
  • Washington University
    Metadata Librarian II, 2007 - 2011
  • University of Tennessee
    Digital Coordinator, 2006 - 2007
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Conway, AR
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St. Louis - Traverse City - Yokohama, Japan - Wellington, NZ - Lincoln, NE - Holland, MI - Knoxville, TN
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I saw a couple of these photos on another website and they're heartbreaking. They're a reminder of how the United States violated its own citizens human rights.
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An impact of two black holes is said to produce more energy than all of the suns in the universe. And we may observe
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She’s away from home, but won’t say for how long. Her husband is out
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And so he began. And for the first time saw the boy whose bicycle sped by his porch, then the yellowing leaf on the back step.
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I liked this book.
I am the tomb. It is the tomb speaking to you. I'm dead.
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How to defeat a threat from the future in a time of augmented people? Enlist a non-hackable, organic human with a penchant for violence and martial arts.
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High in his Lerkim, sitting alone, he tweets and he tweets from his Whisper-ma-Phone.
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After the wedding, as bride and groom depart, you muddle your legends and turn yourself into a pillar of salt. A glimpse
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We could get away by ourselves when we turned twelve, could necktie beach towels, corsage the octagonal badge, the get-away made on flip-flops if we lived closed enough.
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NYTimes: Quit Social Media. Your Career May Depend on It.
Our increasing addiction to the constant stimulus of updates, likes and posts is damaging our ability to concentrate deeply and focus on work that matters.
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Really loved this book.
First: Survival is the primary need of civilization. Second: Civilization continually grows and expands, but the total matter in the universe remains constant.
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If aliens exist, do we really want to make contact?
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I'm curious how much was intentionally added, and how much was just standard culture in translation
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