Welcome, University Readers…..

Posted By on October 28, 2011

The Columbia University Library. Columbia is alma mater - according to "MytimeMattersblog.com" - to 15 Billionaires. We print the facts, you decide.

The Universities are coming. Within the last twenty-four hours, coincident with a huge general upsurge in traffic (a subject for another post) over the last several days, we have  hosted traffic  –direct, ip validated traffic —  from the following academic venues (some of them — which ones is classified! —  for multiple visits):

Georgia Southern University
University Of Toronto
University Of North Carolina At Greensboro
University Of Texas At Austin
Keene State College
Mass College Of Liberal Arts
University Of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Bard College
University Of Georgia
Columbia University
Ohio State University
Campbell University
National Endowment For The Humanities (neh)
Harvard University
Yale University
University Of Richmond
University Of Missouri
Indiana Department Of Education
University Of East Anglia
The University Of Hong Kong
Los Rios Community College District
City College Of New York
West Virginia University
The Chronicle Of Higher Education
University Of California, Irvine
University Of California – Office Of The President
Sandia National Laboratories
University Of Texas At El Paso

I think that says a lot. Exactly what it means, time shall tell. Meanwhile, welcome, colleagues, whatever your persuasion. Assuming you have a sense of humor and a relatively open mind, here are a few links you might enjoy.

William J. Ray: Rowing in the Sea of Disinformation

Dr. Helen Gordon, PhD:  Six Brand New Lies

Dr. Heward Wilkinson, PhD: James Shapiro and the Sources of Imagination

Dr. Paul Nelson, MD: Walt Whitman on Shakespeare

Dr. Richard Waugaman, MD and Dr. Roger Stritmatter, PhD: Bards in Collision

About the author

Roger Stritmatter is a native liberal humorist who lives in Baltimore, Maryland. Contrary to rumor, he does not live on North Avenue. He does, however, work on North Avenue. A pacifist by inclination, one of his heroes is John Brown. But he thinks that Fredrick Douglass, another of his heroes, made the right decision. Stritmatter's primary areas of interest include the nature of paradigm shifts, the history of ideas, forensic literary studies, MS studies, renaissance literature, and the history of the Shakespearean question, the latter a field in which he has published extensively.


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