Battling the rule of thumb 2

April 24, 2008

Sorry, Frank. Having watched an 18-year-old produce an A-standard philosophy essay while wearing iPod earphones, watching The Simpsons and texting a friend, I recommend you not to worry that a little light texting is evidence that your lecture is less than riveting. Of course if the mortarboard fits ...

Bob Bell, Northumberland.

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