5 thoughts on “and my students say games won’t get em jobs?

  1. Stephanie

    LOVE the heading! My ex said the same thing about blogging… makes me smile every time I think about it 😛

  2. torill

    Actually, my parents said the same about reading. Go figure.

  3. Jill

    Ha! 🙂

  4. Kristine

    Thanks Jill 🙂

    It’s just 3 months though, so it’s a perfect pastime while I wait to defend my PhD.

  5. Jill

    Sounds ideal – I mean, it allows you to dip your toes into corporate research – should be interesting seeing whether you prefer Microsoft or universities!

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