[BVC-CHAT] webpages and small n's
cmenzel at tamu.edu
Tue Aug 26 17:17:31 CDT 2008
On Aug 26, 2008, at 5:53 PM, Jeff wrote:
> At 06:20 AM 8/26/2008, you wrote:
>>> Perhaps you have not read the groupthink literature? ...but perhaps
>>> this was your point with the reasonably small values of n?
>> Just so.
> Often, I've found that it's the qualitative aspects of the sample
> rather than n's size?
> ...but if we keep talking like this, the students on the list will
> either think we're crazy or have evidence thereof?
I think the best evidence will be that we are turning declarative
sentences into questions? :-)
> I assume you're not using microsoft on your web server because the
> other stuff is free?
I am? I mean, I am! Indeed, the server is entirely uninfected by any
of Micro$oft's hideously bloated, insecure, virus-ridden, user-hostile
software. From the operating system (Linux) to the web, mail, and
list servers (Apache, Postfix, Mailman), everything is free and open
source -- hence, of course, ethically pure and untainted by corporate
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