What will the “grey goo” of AI generated text do to us? A scholar of writing and technology talks with us about AI and Large Language Models.
Lisa Hinchliffe shares her advice for guest authors and describes how the guest authoring process works. Guest posts add vibrancy and variety to the Scholarly Kitchen. Be Our Guest!
Charlie Rapple wonders if controversial browser plug-in Just Not Sorry might have some useful tech behind its current gender-baiting application.
Steven Pinker discusses a better model for more effective prose, particularly for academic authors.
When your blog lets you know it’s impressed with your production level, you know you’ve done something that’s both impressive and regrettable.
After a summer full of interesting posts and time to think, a bit of reflection seems in order as we head into Fall.
A study of matched content in student papers submitted to Turnitin reveals where students turn for sources but is unable to distinguish instances of plagiarism from valid scholarly use.
How can you make a movie about why some writing is good, some bad? This trailer makes it seem not only possible, but interesting.
Fresh thinking about communication tools (pencils, crayons, computers) often pays off since we’re such inveterate communicators.
CrossRef recently announced a plugin for WordPress, the popular blogging platform (and the one this blog uses), showing yet again that citations are not vestiges from a bygone print age but are part and parcel of the permanent Web. CrossRef […]