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Broadcast TV, and ‘Feel Good’ as TV Genre

For about the last year, I have been on a mission to watch (or catch up on) as many TV shows as I can fit into my schedule before I return to the 9-to-5 grind. As much as I love … Continue reading

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What Your Favourite TV Show Says About You is a Lie

Today is back to school time, which for many will mean answering everyone’s favourite get-to-know-you questions that usually start with “What’s your favourite _______” I can still hear the sad sighs escape my fellow students’ mouths when the teacher began … Continue reading

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Does impostor syndrome ever go away?

In my first semester of grad school, I had a professor who talked extensively about impostor syndrome. He noted that grad students very often fall prey to it, and indeed during our seminar discussion just about every person in the … Continue reading

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Handshaking a.k.a. please don’t make me

If I see another journo/blog/social media in-depth analysis of Trump’s latest handshake gaffe, I probably won’t do much but I definitely won’t be impressed.┬áIt’s not that it’s a tired topic (which it is), it’s the actual act of handshaking that … Continue reading

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