Today Lisbeth‘s defending her PhD thesis on virtual worlds! I wish I could be there, but at any rate, Torill promised me she’ll blog it. Lisbeth’s a bit nervous, but she’ll be fine: she does wonderful work, has strong ideas and will do wonderfully. Defining her strengths as an academic seems like a great thing to do before a defence, and it’s standard to feel like a phoney. Oh, and those French poststructuralists her thesis doesn’t discuss? Well, they’re so twentieth century, darling, don’t worry about them.

You’ll be great, Lisbeth. Dr Lisbeth this afternoon! Yay!

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