Thursday, October 28, 2010

Putting Yourself in Other Shoes

Here's the science of it all.

9 comments:

ian said...

computer lab sucks lost parts of my paper twice today and can't open my file at home cause it saved in a format I can't open at home grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

EmilyMurphy said...

I agree the computer lab did kind of suck, it took like 10 minutes at least to figure out how to save my paper and my computer kept logging off!

Sheryl Miller said...

The More Victims, the Less Severe the Judgment. Ugh, so that's how corporations like BP get away with it.

Frank said...

It was difficult to gain any points for writing 500 words due to my handicap of " finger peck" typing... sorry, but I did try. Maybe i will have a better chance next time.

Frank said...

I have discovered over time that no matter how much people try to put themselves into other people's shoes they really never quite fully understand what it is like to be the other person. I understand that this concept is well intentioned, but a person never really completely grasps, or can truly identify what another individual may have experienced throughout their life.

JoeTFischer said...

Thanks for the computer lab time today. i agree it was a little painstaking getting started and saving ever 5 minutes but overall it was nice brainstorming and the bonus points are nice too.

Frank, i have the same problem. luckily, i managed to pull off a little more than 500 words.

orozco.alejandra said...

GGGRRR the computer lab suked today!! i could have soo had a better rough draft but it kept kicking me off and i would lose my train of thought.. :P

Emily said...

i feel like im the only one that had any success with the computers in the lab, hmm... sorry to everyone else :(

JoeTFischer said...

does anyone know if we have to bring in multiple copies of our rough drafts monday for peer editing?