Monday, November 19, 2012

File Names You Are Not Expecting

Unless some professors, I do not much care what sort of file names my students use when they submit papers.  (Submitting papers on paper is so second millennium.)  Most of the file names are still pretty logical: some variant of the students name (first first, usually), or the words "researchpaper" or "history101" or some other obvious connection.  But a student turned in a paper on witchcraft trials with the file name "witchysmoker.doc."  What?


  1. Did he suppose that the witches would be burned?

  2. I bet it was one of the better papers.