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    Here are two really good essays that are definitely worth a read. The first, on “Why Nerds are Unpopular”, is a set-up for the second, on bullying in schools. From the latter:

    In this writer’s not-so-humble opinion, child socialization and education are in many ways incompatible, especially for juveniles. These should therefore be separate experiences, wherein the child is individually educated according to his/her abilities. Socialization should be carefully supervised, with the parents and other concerned adults deciding which children will be interacting with each other and under what circumstances — not a government-run institution staffed by the likes of NEA members.

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    December 29th, 2003
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    Nerds and Popularity

    Link found via Daryl’s Website. “Why Nerds are Unpopular”, Paul Graham Paul Graham is the designer of the Arc programming language, a dialect of Lisp. He was also the president of Viaweb in 1998 when it was acquired by Yahoo