If you’re writing fiction, and have ever been tripped up by point of view, April Henry has some spot-on observations about the advantages of each.
Over at .Thought, Jeff Carlson covers an ethical issue that has created quite a bit of buzz in the design community: what the beauty industry and the design industry are […]
…nobody reads it. According to an anonymous post left here yesterday, the font size for the blog entries in Writer Way was too small to be comfortably readable. I checked […]
Creating Passionate Users is urging readers to “make something amazing, right now.” Ignore the constraints, lose the excuses and, as that old slogan goes, “just do it.” There’s much to […]
Veteran blogger Jim Benson posted a comment here teasing me about going public with Writer Way because he knows I’ve been blogging for more than three years elsewhere using a […]
This, verbatim, from Craig’s List today: Reply to: email@example.comDate: 2006-10-15, 1:14PM PDT At last weekend’s Politics & The Media with Janeane Garofalo, it came up how few women bloggers there […]
Writer Way was created using the new version of Blogger, which seems to be known simply as Blogger in Beta. (You’d think it would be called something like “Blogger 2.0 […]