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"Are you Jay Bibby?"

Looking up, I realize the question had come from a fellow Interface Design classmate, though I didn't know his name and yet he seemed to know mine.

"Yes, I am... (?)"

"I had the pleasure of grading your Interactive Digital Media assignment. You did a great job on it, it was really really good... the best of the bunch."

And that was the single most rewarding experience at RIT I've ever had.

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you're saying a fellow Interface Design classmate, and he or she graded your Interactive Digital Media assignment. is he or she instructor or student? It made me confusing..

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the grader for the IDM class is a student in my Interface Design class.

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Your IDM project was pretty good. Did you get 100 on it? ;-)

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Thanks, Ted. Your's was very good as well, and I personally wouldn't rate my project above your's. I would have given you 100 if I had been the grader.

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Nice job Jay, I really liked the whole breakout idea.

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