Any database of productive value can be canonically converted into a database of names-and-addresses.
If this conjecture is true, I would call this statement the law of sociology of knowledge.
It would be a kind of real-world Löwenheim-Skolem Theorem.
keywords: theory, logic, collapsibility

test prep

There are many sites that offer test preparation. One such is:
Mometrix (“Prep That Empowers”)
They offer test preparation for a wide variety of areas of study, such as:
College Admissions and Placement
Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate
Personal Fitness
Public Service and Legal
…and much more.
Here is the link to their site.
keywords: education, instruction, training, high scores, fields of study

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The way to grow grand
is not: to demand.
In life’s every field
you are what you yield.
— Piet Hein
“Every man goes through three stages in his life: First, he believes in Santa Claus. Second, he does not believe in Santa Claus. Third, he IS Santa Claus.”
— anon
also cf:
“It’s not what you gather, but what you scatter that tells what kind of life you have lived.”
— Helen Walton
keywords: generosity

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Taking fun as simply fun
and earnestness in earnest
Shows how thoroughly thou
none of the two discernest
— Piet Hein
“He who sees only fashion in fashion is a fool.”
— Balzac
also cf:
“Trouble often comes disguised as fun.”
— anon
keywords: poem, poetry, grooks, similarity of quotations