Einhard wrote:I'm sure people are aghast at my rote memorisation technique
Metrodorus wrote:So it is said, that its end falls ‘this way’ or ‘this way’.
Metrodorus wrote:Sic dictus, qvia finis ejus sic, vel sic, cadit.
metrodorus wrote:Hello...not sure where you are seeing black - the hands are blue on a white background, with red lettering for the words....
Does this affect other books on the tarheel reader website as well?
metrodorus wrote:Interesting. What browser/os are you using? I'll alert the university department that runs the site, if you give me more specific information about the problem.
All the more reason to avoid careless, sloppy writing. And you yourself said above only that you targetted "quite young children".metrodorus wrote:1. The Tar Heel site is intended for adolescents with reading problems.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Autobiography wrote: Writing an autobiography on Wikipedia is strongly discouraged, unless your writing has been approved by other editors in the community. Editing a biography about yourself should only be done in clear-cut cases.
Wikipedia has gone through many prolonged disputes about the significance, factual accuracy, and neutrality of such articles. Avoiding such editing keeps Wikipedia neutral and helps avoid pushing a particular point-of-view.
Writing autobiographies is discouraged because it is difficult to write a neutral, verifiable autobiography and there are many pitfalls.
...Creating an article about yourself is strongly discouraged.
...Note that anything you submit will be edited mercilessly by others. Many autobiographical articles have been a source of dismay to their original authors after a period of editing by the community, and in at least four instances have been listed for deletion by their original authors. In some cases the article is kept even if the original author requests otherwise.
metrodorus wrote:Adrian,4. If you read the book, you'll see the previous poster has got both pictures and their associated text mixed up. As a result, your comments are not about anything real.
nov.ialiste wrote:I'm not posting elsewhere about this (which might require registration somewhere).
I was merely providing feedback.
Those who use this Tarheel Reader should be concerned to fix problems.
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