Hurley said after he left YouTube in 2010, he avoided working on projects related to Web video because of the inevitable reaction he was creating a wannabe YouTube. “I wasn’t looking for that comparison,” he said.
Recent attacks on art works, she said, had been an "unhappy coincidence" while the exhibition was being put together.
"We all regret what's been happening recently because it's made it too topical almost," she added.
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Telling professors which of their students are considered “at-risk” based on factors that are not necessarily germane, such as whether a student is on academic probation, is a particularly thorny issue. On the one hand, that information might prompt the professor to be more attentive to that student and make sure she is on the ball; on the other hand, it might have the opposite effect of prompting the professor to write off that student as a hopeless case. “Ultimately, you want to provide enough information, with enough context, that you can help the student without using that same information to bias those people’s actions,” says David Yaskin, CEO of Starfish Retention Solutions. The article is in Inside Higher Ed.
Pronunciation: /ˈwɒnəbi/Translate wannabe | into French | into German | into Italian
Origin:1980s: representing a pronunciation of want to be
star·struck or star-struck (stärstrk)
Fascinated by or exhibiting a fascination with fame or famous people: "The star-struck tone of the text suggests that the author is giving us an exclusive peek into the secret lives of the justices" (Richard A. Epstein).
Definition of topical
Origin:late 16th century: from Greek topikos + -al. Early use was as a term in logic and rhetoric describing a rule or argument as 'applicable in most but not all cases'
Being both pertinent and fitting. See synonyms at relevant.
[Middle English germain, having the same parents, closely connected. See german2.]germanely ger·mane'ly adv.
facts germaneto the discussion
1 （奇妙な）服装, 身なり.
2 装丁.3 ＝get-up-and-go.