Monthly Archives: January 2013

Logic Constructs and the Matrix

I am fond of discussing with my graduate composition students the topic of logic constructs. As long as it is systematically prepared, you can absorb a writer’s method and/or style (his way of thinking) enough to emulate and recreate under … Continue reading

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Group Leaders and Followers

Here are some pointers about looking and listening all the way up the ladder. 1. Keep your feedback loop large. Leaders and followers co-create each other. There is constant input and output. If you get input only from your closest … Continue reading

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An Artist’s Job

You may think that an artist’s job is to speak the truth. An artist’s job… is to captivate you for however long I’ve asked for your attention. If I stumble into truth, I got lucky, and I don’t get to … Continue reading

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the lament

The lament of all men is that they haven’t done all the things they were meant to do.

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