The first ten years of trying to catch a milkshake acting like a computer: A response to readers, students, and colleagues
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Kelty-Stephen, Damian: Grinnell College
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The milkshake acting like a computer is an idea that appeared on my stupid professional website ten years ago when I was first struggling to begin a straight-faced professional, academic “web presence.” This text here has no new empirical evidence and is not an attempt to develop theory in any way. It is an attempt to thank the digital community of scholars that has kept me afloat for these past 10 years by answering some of the questions and concerns that the sea of digits has thrown my way. I aim here for a format that is hopefully easier to read and more open to discussion than much of the peer-reviewed literature. I would ask that people read this document in the spirit of open review. And if you have any comments, questions, or thoughts, I’m asking right now for you to please share them to help me make the future of milkshakes acting like computers ever better than the milkshakes past.
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