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nicoleci: heyya hanbot, i'm pretty much finished. just editing the wording and adding links.
nicoleci: and i published.
nicoleci: clearly need to review time management additionally as to not under then over estimate
hanbot: nicoleci sure, review, but don't stress it too much, you weren't terribly off the mark either way. takes practice and time to resolve discrepancies of this size.
hanbot: as to the article, lemme say: your attitude is great, but your output leaves a lot to be desired thus far. keep up the former, we'll get the latter dissected and poked at so it can grow, like any pruned tree.
hanbot: so then: the task here was to do some research and some thinking, and to explore these in writing, as per http://logs.ossasepia.com/log/trilema-hanbot/2020-01-11#1000470
ossabot: Logged on 2020-01-11 10:19:22 hanbot: with this in mind, i think there's a gem of an article opportunity for you here: spend some time with "exposition", both in researching its etymology and whatever definitions you find, and thinking about how it worked into our conversation yesterday. you don't necessarily have to conclude anything, but do explore these points in your writing, and as a bonus see if you can discover why [http://logs.ossasepia.com/log/trilema-hanbot/2020-01-1
hanbot: on the research side, you've got two sources, one per facet of definition (etymology, dictionary).
hanbot: this is absolute bare-minimum. why should it be? how are you to consider things if you've only one piece of information? what are you going to compare it with?
hanbot: if you got a task to go "spend some time with" gas and diesel prices in City X, would you go there and write down one price for gas, one for diesel, and return with just that? even if it were a practical exercise like that, rather than a thinking exercise, like this, it'd be insufficient.
hanbot: i suspect you know this, too, and i wonder why you gloss over it in your writing. what do you think?
hanbot: on the thinking side, read your piece with fresh eyes tuned to discerning presentation from processing. you sorta-kinda processed some emotional aspect at the beginning and towards the end, which isn't a bad thing here, but the rest, and the meat of the thing, is purely presentational, innit? "here's what i found".
hanbot: there's no, for instance, discussion of what either of the definitions you found mean, whether they might be correct, what relation they have to either of the two definitions you gave in the logs (other than the fact of one being different).
hanbot: there's no attempt to fit either definition into the proper form, nor any discussion of that form.
hanbot: if you look at it, the word count for the whole piece is around 800, but more than half of it is in direct quotes. this isn't what this task is about; yes, show me some sources if you like, but the goal is to follow your thinking, not to have you curate some known items.
hanbot: i want you to actually think about this word, and show me what you're thinking through your writing.
nicoleci: unfortunately, i did look at multiple sources re, http://logs.ossasepia.com/log/trilema-hanbot/2020-01-13#1000530
ossabot: Logged on 2020-01-13 18:53:56 hanbot: on the research side, you've got two sources, one per facet of definition (etymology, dictionary).
nicoleci: i avoided listing the others ones in with the thought that they arent' very good/reputable & why add them...which i can see skips through my thought process altogether.
nicoleci: i can definitely do better with this, http://logs.ossasepia.com/log/trilema-hanbot/2020-01-13#1000535
ossabot: Logged on 2020-01-13 19:02:00 hanbot: there's no, for instance, discussion of what either of the definitions you found mean, whether they might be correct, what relation they have to either of the two definitions you gave in the logs (other than the fact of one being different).
nicoleci: part of the problem (i think) is most of the writing i have done has been regurgitating writing from the textbook onto the paper without any of my own input.
nicoleci: id like to try again and fix it.
hanbot: awesome, i'll be happy to read

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