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My Day at MasterLab (According to Twitter)

July 16, 2014

(You will get a real MasterLab post from me at some point, but to start, I’m just sharing what I wrote & retweeted on Twitter that day. Please don’t hesitate to ask any questions about each tweet, but also realize I may not know/remember the information if it isn’t included in my notes. Also, I was focusing more on notes than twitter, so some of this may not make any sense to you.)

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This was my favorite statement of the whole day. 

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After this I left MasterLab and sat on a bench outside in a zombie like state. Melissa carefully walked up and said, “Are you okay? Are you low or high?” My brain hurt with all the knowledge and I couldn’t believe everything I knew. (And I felt as though I might not have tweeted enough…)

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. July 16, 2014 1:40 PM

    “Goodbye misconceptions”. I don’t know why, but that slide has been staying with me ever since it was presented. That’s probably good.

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