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Raymond Johnson
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I haven't been able to watch much wrestling this year, but I'll make some predictions for tonight anyway:

197: Cox
285: Snyder
125: Cruz
133: Gross
141: Heil
149: Retherford
157: Nolf
165: Martinez
174: Jordan
184: Dean

In other words, I'm not thinking tonight will be full of upsets.

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Read Science! guest, +Nathalia Holt's book, Rise of the Rocket Girls, is only $2.99 on Kindle today! http://amzn.to/2nhggAx #fridayreads 
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If people are bidding $2000+ for these warm-ups, I can only imagine what his Olympic warm-ups would bring.

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This Week in Math Ed (ending 2/24): Math, race, & fellowship; searching for balance; mini golf marbleslides, & more.

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Two Weeks in Math Ed: Geometric anti-gerrymandering, your best life, zero, play, & more. http://buff.ly/2l0Lmfv

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If I weren't currently employed, I think I'd be trying to convince myself I was qualified for this job. Scholarly communication librarians are only going to become more important as publishing venues diversify in type and access.
Job Description - Scholarly Communication Librarian (08373) - "The University of Colorado Boulder Libraries invites applications from collaborative and innovative candidates for the position of Scholarly Communication Librarian, a tenure-stream position in the University Libraries’ Department of Open and Digital Scholarship Services. The Scholarly Communication Librarian provides leadership in advancing scholarly communication programs that align with library and university priorities and t...

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This makes me think I should have called it my "Media Archaeology Lab" instead of "all that old computer stuff filling my storage space."
Sometimes it’s good to take a look back to see how far we’ve come. CU Boulder’s Media Archaeology Lab enables hands-on teaching, research and artistic practice using old media that still work. Where else can you play Space Invaders on an Atari 2600?

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This Week in Math Ed: Obsolete methods, Hidden Figures, NCTM chats, so much research (including JRME & ESM), & more.

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The vision of going to the moon as imagined in 1955 would still be pretty extrordinary today.
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