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How To Be Smart Online

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Of course, I’m not suggesting that you can manipulate your IQ via a simple set of rules or procedures. I am suggesting that regardless of your education, intelligence, or experience, you can appear to be “smart” (or at least “smarter”) by paying attention to the details of your posts and pontifications. Pay homage to the English conventions of grammar, diction, spelling, and semantics. Proofread…

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Retired technologist — eschewing cubicles; observer extraordinaire; perpetual student; philosopher; poet; essayist; advocate for nature and wilderness.

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Rusty Alderson

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Retired technologist — eschewing cubicles; observer extraordinaire; perpetual student; philosopher; poet; essayist; advocate for nature and wilderness.

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