Chris Hibbert wrote:
>That's another thing I like about the SF Bay Area. Stanford has a good
>library, and as long as you don't look or act like riff-raff (and that's
>below students, by the way) they don't mind if you wander through their
>libraries. They even let you check most things out if you're polite.
You can even sit in on classes at Stanford for free, even taking part in class discussions, if you are willing to not get any official credit for it. I did this many times. The fact that so few people do this just goes to show how few students are motivated primarily by wanting to learn things, as opposed to getting a degree.
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