The Linguistics Challenge problems, easy logic puzzles that were basically all the practicing I did before the North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad in 2007, and which I’d sillily posted on a site set to expire when I graduated from Princeton, are back up at a permanent home, thanks to some of Princeton’s former IOL participants, in the count of which Princeton lost the lead to MIT the year I graduated to head off to MIT.

The previous sentence demonstrates the difference between the grammatical meaning of “run-on sentence” (that isn’t one, since it’s completely parseable) and the popular one.