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Do you celebrate a paper submission with cognac?
Posted on October 6, 2014 by Joan E. Strassmann
There are celebrations for milestones of various kinds. In Japan I hear turning 60 is a big deal. Birthdays, graduations, even publishing can be celebrated. But why not celebrate something that is under your control? How about cheering when you … Continue reading →