Just considering the question of a disclaimer for an official site. Some samples . . .
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Just for interest:
- Discussion on thr Role of an academic and the need/not need for disclaimers when speaking as a citizen.
- Peter N Kirstein – Work for Peace! Protect Academic Freedom! Defend Critical Thinking in the Academy! – “Also, this blog does not represent the views of neighbors of SXU who bicycle, jog, walk dogs or themselves on their daily constitution at St Xavier University, in the City of Chicago, in the County of Cook, in the State of Illinois, in the United States of America, on the North American continent, in the Western Hemisphere of the planet Earth.” I wonder if he intended to omit me?
How much do you balance risk with freedom? Need something soon to go on our new economics site.
POSTSCRIPT later in the day . . .
Just discovered a blog on a Canterbury URL: blogs.libr.canterbury.ac.nz/econ.php?blogid=8 I think you have really got to be an economics person to appreciate this, but it’s a start . . .