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I wasn't good enough at encouraging people to be kinder, and removing people who refuse to be kind. Encouraging people is hard, and removing people creates conflict, and I hate conflict... so that's why I wasn't better at it.

I was a very, very sensitive teen. The atmosphere of this forum as it is now, if it had existed in 1996, would probably have upset me far more than it would have helped.

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Welcome aboard, buckos. Please feel free t' leave your sanity in t' bin provided ... or in t' large pile or, may I take your sanity? Let me asaye those o' you who haven't been released from prison yet that your grades only define you if you let them. Maybe you failed in history because you already knew t' material so didn't do t' bullshit busywork but learnt basket-weavin' instead.

Who I'm not: I be not a D in English, I be not a B in IT. I be not a C in maths and science. I be not me grade.

Who I am: I be a teacher. I be a student. I be an independent learner. I be a poster here. I be a roleplayer. I be a reader. I be a writer o' both fiction and non-fiction. I be someone who really ought t' swim more. I be a poster in methos scribes. I be a gaia online member. I be a neopets member. I be a member o' MOOCs. I be unreasonably stubborn. I be persistent. I engage in probability revision. I be revisin' mocks (for about t' fifth time around) I be a digital native.

Now it’s your turn. What thin's be worth knowin' about you, that don’t show up on school tests? What thin's aren’t worth knowin' about you but only serve t' limit your potential and show up on school tests? In short: You’re not your grade, but who be you?

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I feel this strange compulsion to sticky this for some reason....

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Please do! I was just debating whether it would be rude to ask or not...

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(05-21-2013 02:06 AM)SoulRiser Wrote:  I feel this strange compulsion to sticky this for some reason....

Hah, just a few sentences in I was thinking "this is a sticky post." There's a reason...

Basically it's a textbook intake text based on an excellent part of Trekkie's longer post, spun into pirate lingo. Since people get pirate-themed welcome replies anyway, why not give them this to set the tone?

Onboarding or intake is a critical part of any game or community... lots of ways to do it, but for anyone who finds this, welcome aboard. Smile

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Come on Soulriser and xcriteria, set a good example. Tell us who you are and who you are not.

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(05-22-2013 01:11 AM)Trekkie_Aspie Wrote:  Come on Soulriser and xcriteria, set a good example. Tell us who you are and who you are not.

What's the basic outline?. It's quite likely I will produce a wall of text so tall it'll achieve what the Tower of Bable could not If I went on to introduce myself.
(Unless xcriteria/Soulriser will be the one's to "produce" this outline, as examples, to lead the way. Then I shall simply wait......)

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(05-22-2013 01:11 AM)Trekkie_Aspie Wrote:  Come on Soulriser and xcriteria, set a good example. Tell us who you are and who you are not.

What's the basic outline?. It's quite likely I will produce a wall of text so tall it'll achieve what the Tower of Bable could not If I went on to introduce myself.
(Unless xcriteria/Soulriser will be the one's to "produce" this outline, as examples, to lead the way. Then I shall simply wait......)

What, you think my example won't be a wall of text? Smile

I can feel a lecture coming on now, a meta-analysis about how to write about identity.

That's making even my head spin.

Here are some quick thoughts instead:

When it comes to explaining yourself in text form, it helps to define yourself in terms of things other people can relate to. If they can't relate, then it helps to explain so they can. "Welcome to my world..." so to speak.

Think about how characters get introduced in a film or story. Who is a given character? When writers do this well, you can come to really understand who someone is, what they want, and all that, in a relatively short period of time.

So maybe looking to tropes is a good way to start! Here's a list (of lists) to pick from: TV Tropes: Characters

Another side of things is explaining backstory, who you used to be, who you want to be, and all that.

As for me... I guess the approach that comes to mind is to write up an autobiography. It's harder to make a quick "I'm this" "i'm not this" summary, beyond just copying yours. Smile

Digital native! I've used that before. Great term. That I am. And I'm a cognitive anthropologist. (Still figuring out how to build the credential for that.)

Which reminds me, here's the intro I did on the TV Tropes ARG, The Wall Will Fall:

http://forum.watchthefootage.com/viewtop...175#p30873

There's your intro. I drove them crazy with my walls of text and my attempts to make sense of the game. It got really meta.

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Let's bring new people here, somehow?

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Maybe combine the introduction question with the learning lab idea.

It can be daunting to explain who you are and who you aren't if you're still trying to figure those things out. Smile

One way to do both is to ask people to think about their life story, past, present, and future. And the story of School Survival. What can we as a community do for people? Answering that question could help bring new people.

That said... are you thinking of bring new people to this thread, or to the forums in general?

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I meant the thread. Okay... how do we combine the two?

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Hi.. New here. Liked the free speech part of this forum. Wanted to try being a part of this. But got to say, this forum is too dark (literally Razz). Almost turning blind already.
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(10-04-2013 08:24 PM)alljoe3 Wrote:  Hi.. New here. Liked the free speech part of this forum. Wanted to try being a part of this. But got to say, this forum is too dark (literally Razz). Almost turning blind already.

Try some of the other themes. Smile

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There's a way to change themes in the forums?

I can't count how many people won't come here because of the white-on-black. :(

There's always the "Printable Version" below, but the formatting is extremely bare.

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Mine is Red trim with black background. On mobile it's horrifying with blue trim and white background.

I'd like a cyber-green with space black though...

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Where is this theme changer of which you speak?

Hello, traveler.

This is an ancient account I have not used in a long time. My views have changed much in the intervening months and years.

Nonetheless, I refuse to clean it up. Pretending that I've held my current views since the beginning of time is what we in the industry call a lie. Asking people to do so contributes to moralistic self-loathing. "See, those people have nothing damning! I do! I'm truly vile!"

Because you can never be a good person with a single blemish on the moral record, I thought that simply entertaining some thoughts made me irredeemable. Though I don't care for his writing style, William Faulkner presents a good counterexample. He went from being a typical Southern racist to supporting the civil rights movement. These days we'd yell at him for that, probably.

People are allowed to change their views.

Nevertheless, this period of my life has informed some of how I am today. In good ways and bad ways. To purge it would be to do a disservice to history. Perhaps it will not make anyone sympathetic, but it may help someone understand.

If, after reading all this, you still decide to use the post above as evidence that I am evil today, ask yourself if you have never disagreed with the moral code you now follow. In all likelihood you did, at some point. If some questions are verboten, and the answer is "how dare you ask that," don't expect your ideological opponents to ever change their minds.
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It should be in the UCP somewhere. I think.

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Oh, wow... sure enough. "Board style" under "Other options" on http://forums.school-survival.net/usercp...on=options

This is important information... I think a lot more people would use the site if they knew about this option.

The white theme I selected is burning my eyes, but that's only because Day Hurts Dark Adjusted Eyes at first. I'm used to the white in G+, but it feels strange here.

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(05-21-2013 01:43 AM)Trekkie_Aspie Wrote:  Welcome aboard, buckos. Please feel free t' leave your sanity in t' bin provided ... or in t' large pile or, may I take your sanity? Let me asaye those o' you who haven't been released from prison yet that your grades only define you if you let them. Maybe you failed in history because you already knew t' material so didn't do t' bullshit busywork but learnt basket-weavin' instead.

Who I'm not: I be not a D in English, I be not a B in IT. I be not a C in maths and science. I be not me grade.

Who I am: I be a teacher. I be a student. I be an independent learner. I be a poster here. I be a roleplayer. I be a reader. I be a writer o' both fiction and non-fiction. I be someone who really ought t' swim more. I be a poster in methos scribes. I be a gaia online member. I be a neopets member. I be a member o' MOOCs. I be unreasonably stubborn. I be persistent. I engage in probability revision. I be revisin' mocks (for about t' fifth time around) I be a digital native.

Now it’s your turn. What thin's be worth knowin' about you, that don’t show up on school tests? What thin's aren’t worth knowin' about you but only serve t' limit your potential and show up on school tests? In short: You’re not your grade, but who be you?

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Why don't you make an introduction thread? That's a good way to talk to people.

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That's what this whole section is for.

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Hi Zebby, and welcome. What brought you here? And what do you like to do?

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Maybe he doesn't want to create an intro thread 'cause he's seen how we welcome newbies...
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(01-19-2014 07:35 AM)Zebby Wrote:  
(05-21-2013 01:43 AM)Trekkie_Aspie Wrote:  Welcome aboard, buckos. Please feel free t' leave your sanity in t' bin provided ... or in t' large pile or, may I take your sanity? Let me asaye those o' you who haven't been released from prison yet that your grades only define you if you let them. Maybe you failed in history because you already knew t' material so didn't do t' bullshit busywork but learnt basket-weavin' instead.

Who I'm not: I be not a D in English, I be not a B in IT. I be not a C in maths and science. I be not me grade.

Who I am: I be a teacher. I be a student. I be an independent learner. I be a poster here. I be a roleplayer. I be a reader. I be a writer o' both fiction and non-fiction. I be someone who really ought t' swim more. I be a poster in methos scribes. I be a gaia online member. I be a neopets member. I be a member o' MOOCs. I be unreasonably stubborn. I be persistent. I engage in probability revision. I be revisin' mocks (for about t' fifth time around) I be a digital native.

Now it’s your turn. What thin's be worth knowin' about you, that don’t show up on school tests? What thin's aren’t worth knowin' about you but only serve t' limit your potential and show up on school tests? In short: You’re not your grade, but who be you?

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Well, come on then. Who are you?

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I think we scared him away.

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Hi, I'm new here. Nice to meet you everyone? Sorry I'm not good at introductions and Engish is not my first language.
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(03-29-2014 11:27 PM)Rika Wrote:  Hi, I'm new here. Nice to meet you everyone? Sorry I'm not good at introductions and Engish is not my first language.
btw Interesting site.

Hello Rika! Welcome to SS! Do you like video games?

You should post another thread to have us welcome you by the way. Well..if you want to..

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Hi Rika, where are you from?

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Hello Biggrin Just joined, I'm new here. My name is Serena, my favorite color is lime green. I also really like cookies. Yep. That pretty much sums me up. This forum seems incredibly interesting, I look forward to hating school with you folks. SEE YA. Razz

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Hi, Just started joining this forum. My username is Dikont5 but you may refer to me as 5 , and I dislike school with a passion. I only wish to change this conformist school society. I will enjoy posting on these forums! Biggrin

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