Now that we have entered an age of “post-truth,” a time in which facts and personal opinions are one and the same, the standard formatting guides of days past no longer apply. MLA and Chicago style may have worked well when you could “fact-check” a peer’s work, but now a […]Read more ›
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This past week, as purchases of diagonally striped clothing on the part of the nation’s infants spiked, one intrepid group of researchers at Duke University decided to investigate. Using a combination of both qualitative and quantitative data gathered from fashion connoisseurs across the country, they found diagonal or otherwise asymmetrical stripes to […]Read more ›