For me, it is the Sophomore English research paper, and citation assessment. After an epic session assessing what felt like the entire Sophomore class, I decided I had gone a little too deep down the librarian rabbit hole.
So I checked in on Facebook.
THEN I saw the feed from my brother-in-law (Thomaaaaas!) and the night was shot to Primary subject/Secondary subject fun and foolishness.
The Random Paragraph Generator is such a cool little site! Branded as a "creativity generator" this might be useful for English writing classes, but honestly, I just thought it was a heck of a blast! Given my citation-altered state, I give you some random paragraphs and the primary/secondary words that generated the following paragraphs.
The other funky thing (I already owned that I am in citation assessment mode, so go with it.) is the url:
Snakes.com is a very fun site with three categories of "creativity tools".
- Random generators
- Name finder
Secondary: research"Will library mend within research? Library gears research past the aunt. Why does research trade library? A banner ducks! Research argues next to library."
Secondary: bibliography"Citation hashes bibliography. Bibliography strikes. Bibliography leaps upon the genetics before the hope. The increasing inheritance ascends outside the controversial glow."
Wishing everyone a banner ducks spring!
Rubber ducks with sunglasses