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Symbol Signs Syllabary
Text Analysis Software
Root Word Function
Function Word Inflection
English Auxiliaries and Contractions
Alpha Numeric Combinations
List of Languages by Writing System
Literacy Literature Writing
Human Interest Story Essay
Visual Literacy Flip
Michel de Montaigne
Logical Consequence Entailment
Subtext Contextual Analysis Articulate
Strategic Reading Media
Definitions Meaning Semantics
Disambiguation Terminology Operational
Not to confuse metaphoric symbols with facts
Comparison: The act of
examining resemblances, similarities, differences and
significance. Seeing Similarities in Dissimilar
Moral of a
Figure of Speech Ersatz
Word Play Riddle Humor
Back and forth Method
Social Comparison Theory
Figuratively or Literally Speaking?
A mental representation of the meaning or significance of
something. An explanation of something that is not immediately
A section of text; particularly a section of medium length. The
act of passing from one state or place to the next.
A statement that makes something comprehensible by describing
the relevant. Structure or operation or circumstances etc.
Thought that makes something comprehensible.
Fully apprehended as to purport or meaning or explanation. Know
and comprehend the nature or meaning of.
Make sense of a language.
Does Language and Vision work together to help you interpret
what you're seeing?
Word in Context
World Championship Humor
There are currently around
1,009,614 words in the
English Language including thousands of obsolete words. The
average person knows an average of about 12,000 - 20,000 words
Vocabulary, which varies depending on their level of
education, their spoken language and environment.
Vocabulary Tests are flawed because they don't use the most
effective words we have.
What good is having a large vocabulary of words if the words are
obsolete or ineffective?
Most Common Words in English 200
The words in this Website will make up the rest of your
20,000 word vocabulary.
Physical Health Words and
Everyone should learn a new word everyday. The ‘Word
of the Day’ will be used in 3 sentences.
sentence used will have more meaning then the word itself. The
sentences used will also have lessons involved so you are not
just learning the meaning of a word. You are learning why that
particular word is used, why that particular sentence needs that
word and learning what the sentence means as a whole, whether
it's a quote or passage from a book.
Word of the Day
Word of the Day
Etymology Word Association
Crossword Grid Algorithm
Word Masters Challenge
Information and Communication System
Vocabulary Tools (mouse over items and hear recorded
Literacy Rates misleading? Just because some one has been
Literate does not mean they have
Learn To Read
Learn to Read and Learn the Alphabet Online
Click n Kids
Learn to Read Software Review
National Reading Panel
Teach a Child Reading
Teach Your Child to Read
Your Baby Can Read
Succeed to Read
Everybody Wins NY
Read Write Think
International Reading Assoc.
Stages of Learning
Book Reading Lights
Online Tutoring Help
ABC of Reading (wiki)
English Course Videos (youtube) English
English Grammar Lessons
Child Development Books
Online Books / E-Books
Comprehension: Measure and Assess
High school students today are reading books
intended for children with reading levels around
5.3, which is barely above the fifth grade reading level. It's
criminal and abusive.
(wiki) How do you correctly measure
You have to make sure that your
reading comprehension is improving every year and make sure that
you are increasing your vocabulary as well.
Functional illiteracy is adequate, you need to fully
understand what you are reading.
Reading for Memorization (fewer than 100 words per minute
wpm) - Reading for Learning (100–200 wpm)
Reading for Comprehension (200–400 wpm) - Skimming
average adult reads
Prose text (150 to 300 wpm) - Speaks (180 wpm)
- Hears (150–160 wpm)
"If you don't Remember, Comprehend or Learn what you read, then
your reading speed does not matter."
If you don't comprehend the things that matter then good
reading comprehension doesn't matter. So reading comprehension
tests must be about comprehending important information and
knowledge, otherwise good reading comprehension is almost
So the first reading comprehension tests should include the
actual skills that are needed for good comprehension.
You're not going to remember all the details of everything you
read, especially when you're not interested in the information
or interested in the subject. And you don't want to force
students to remember useless details just so they can pass a
test. You want students to comprehend what they read only when
it's important. Being able to
Pay Attention to details
is one thing, but knowing when to pay attention, and do it
effectively, is the most important aspect of reading
When you are learning to read you
should read about you and your world...
My name is ---- and I am ---- years old. I am just learning how
to read. knowing how to read is extremely important because 80
percent of our most valuable knowledge and information is in the
text format, or written word. And If I do not learn to
understand and comprehend what I am reading, then I will not
have access to the most valuable and the most important
information and knowledge that this world has to offer. And
words are not just for communicating with others, more
importantly, words are used to communicate with myself so that I
can learn to understand my feelings, my thoughts, my knowledge,
my abilities and the world around me. Over the last 2 thousand
years, millions of people have contributed to our incredible
wealth of knowledge, knowledge that has benefited my life and
other peoples lives in many ways. So in return I will add to
this enormous resource of knowledge by learning and seeking more
valuable information and knowledge. Knowledge that can be shared
that would help make improvements in our world, so this way I
too can benefit people today and benefit people in the future,
the same way that people from the past human history have
What Is the Difference in the Reading Assessment Between
Comprehension and Interpretation?
Oracy Programming Language
Philosophy of Language Language Module
It's nice to be able to
communicate in more then one language, but what's more important
is that you are an effective communicator. So just don't learn a
new language for conversation, learn a new language to increase
your effectiveness to communicate. Just don't teach a new
language, teach effective ways to communicate.
Medium of Instruction
In order to effectively learn a language you have to use the
language in interaction with others, you have to use it for a
purpose and you have to use the language in context.
Learning a new
love the English Language (wordpress)
Over 800 languages are spoken in
Papua New Guinea, a country of about six million people.
in Different Tongues: Languages and the Way We Think (youtube)
(Word Smart) involves
sensitivity to spoken and written language, the ability to learn
languages, and the capacity to use language to accomplish
certain goals. Relating to the scientific study of language.
Linguistics Realization Linguistics Linguistic Analysis
as a Language
Learning a New Language Software for
Self Teaching / Translations
Language Learning Library
Tinyworld: Connecting the world via Language Sharing
Rosetta Stone (Website)
Chinese Made Easy
Benefits of Being Bilingual
Language Learning Principles
Noticing Hypothesis (wiki)
Tutoring / Private Language Lessons
There are over a billion people who are currently learning a
Only about 2,400 of the world's roughly
7200 Languages and Dialects have writing systems.
List of Languages by number of Native Speakers
Natural Language Processing
Applied Phonetics (youtube)
Language Styles Language Arts
of Being Bilingual
Why is the
Chinese Language so simple? Why
Latin so difficult?
Why is learning the
English Language better for Brain development?
Words to a
Human are like
Code to a
Computer. The more you have the more you can do.
Lera Boroditsky: How Language Shapes Thought
The Power of Words
When you have words with more then one definition, and
definitions with more then one word, it's hard sometimes to be
understood in the way you intended. Even people who speak the
same language sometimes need a
Translation. So this is not just a
Foreign Language problem, this is also a
Speak the word then the definition that you want to be heard.
Should we have a universal procedure for translation?
Translation sometimes needs more then just a single translation.
First: I say something then it's translated.
Second: Then the person receiving the translation needs
to confirm that what is being translated is understood.
Third: So it may need to be translated back in the
words that this particular language uses to explain what is
being said. Forth: Then I might have to use
different words to be translated. And this process continues
till a full understanding is accomplished.
Language Translation Tools (google) Speak and Translate
Voice Translation App
translates printed words from one
language to another with your smartphone's video camera, in real
time, no network
12-Language Talking Translator (amazon)
act of Communication is an act of
Listening / Hearing Correctly:
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Listening Training and Auditory Integration
Academy of Audiology
Speech Pathology Services
Impaired / Deafness
Speech and Language Pathology
Flash Animation Project: University of Iowa
Motor Learning and Control
Medium of instruction
Visual Processing Disorders
Place of Articulation
How To Say
Rhetoric and Composition Parts of
Dynamic Information Processing
Measures in Audiovisual Speech Perception
Verbal Fluency Test Anticipatory Avoidance
Reticence in Speaking
Fran Capo is world's fastest talking
female clocked at 603.32 words in 54.2 seconds. That’s 11 words
to Talk Faster
Pressure of Speech
Broca's Area of the Brain
Nonverbal Communication Internal
Strategic Communication Interpersonal Communication
Types of Communication
Small Group Communication
Information Communications Technology (ICT)
Health Communication Crisis
Models of Communication
Negotiation Debating Public
The Great Debaters
Argumentation Theory Rap
Public Speaking (youtube)
Consolidated Appeals Process
Public Hearing Laws
Bipartisan Legislative Task Force
Tongue Twister Exercises
Communications Act of 1934
Telecommunications Policy Communications Protocol
International Communications Law
Outline of Communication
Levels of Communication:
Direct and Indirect
channels of Communication: Relationships
Body Language Amy
Cuddy: Body Language (youtube)
Facial Expressions Face-to-Face Interaction
Reflective Listening Questioning
Initiating: Declaring one's
conversational intent and inviting consent from one's
prospective conversation partner.
uninterrupted time for talking.
Have a Meaningful Conversation
Managing the flow of information back and
forth between partners in a conversation by alternating roles of
speaker and listener. Keep silent when
Listening. Give full
Attention and correctly hear
and understand someone's messages. Try to quite your
Internal Monologue or inner voice so that you are truly
listening and not just waiting to speak. Have a
Do not create resistance in
How to Tell if You Talk Too Much
Delayed Auditory Feedback
Don't talk to fill pauses, or respond to statements in a
Whole Body Listening
Judgment and evaluation until you can see things from
You Don't Know Everything
Avoid making distracting gestures and maintain an appropriate
distance and posture.
Eye Contact Eye
Make sincere eye contact.
When to Change the Subject
Haptic Communication (touch)
Knowing the right time to
Interrupt someone and knowing when to let someone else
interrupt you is very important. Genuinely seek
Articulate Offer Constructive
Feedback. Keep feedback impersonal and goal-oriented.
Negative Feedback toward behavior that the recipient can
control. Ask questions to ensure understanding of the feedback.
Avoid being emotional or attacking others.
Paraphrase the message
you heard, especially to clarify the speaker's intentions.
on specific behaviors rather than making general statements.
Learn to separate
Sounds and enjoy each one individually.
Thinking in Levels
Julian Treasure 5 ways to Listen Better (video)
Automated Conversation Coach
Magpie: An obnoxious and
foolish and loquacious talker. (chatterbox)
Speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly.
always think before we speak and always choose the right moment.
But be careful, it's not just what you say, but it's also what
you don't say that can cause the most damage. Remember, no one
can read your mind, so don't be afraid to speak your mind,
because you may never have another chance.
It's not just what you say, but how you say it. Remember,
language is the easy part, communicating effectively is the hard
Speaking with Purpose
Don't Beat Around the Bush
"If we both stop
Jumping to Conclusions then maybe we'll get somewhere"
"If you just say
what you mean, you can avoid the possibility of things being
the translation, or being misunderstood."
The differences between "The Silent Treatment" "Ignoring
Someone" and "Turning a Blind Eye".
Sometimes you don't want to satisfy someone with a response to a
question, or an observation or an opinion, because it might
encourage someone to continue talking about something that you
don't feel comfortable about, or something that you disagree
with, or something that you don't have enough information about
so that you can reply with a correct response. And you don't
want to get caught in a conversation with someone who is upset
and will most likely drag you into an argument. But sometimes
you don't want to totally ignore someone. Make eye contact with
the person that shows no emotion, so as not to influence or
encourage someone to continue a conversation that is making an
incorrect observation, or just asking the wrong questions.
Sometimes it's just better to change the subject, in a nice way
of course. Or ask for the conversation to continue later in a
better time and place.
Sometimes you just
want to be a
Fly on the Wall in certain situations, meaning that you
would like to be there secretly to see and hear what happens.
One-way Mirror, being an
witness without the risk of actually being there. Interested
but not ready to commit or ready to be fully involved where your
true character can be on display and tested along side the
Conversations in your Head are only one half of a
conversation. Even though you're talking to yourself, it still
counts as only one opinion. You can't say "my paranoid side says
yes while my logical side says no", because you still need to
confirm the accuracy of both of those questions, just like when
trying to figuring out if something is
How can you be sure "That it Goes without Saying" if you never
say it out loud?
To pretend to have a conversation with someone else, and to guess
what their responses would be, it's not that unusual, people do it
all the time, it's called thinking to yourself. It's anticipating
responses to particular questions that you might ask someone.
But the bottom line is, you're still only answering your own questions, so
you're pretty much still just talking to yourself, in a form of
role-playing. And it's not a great way to teach yourself, mostly
because you're only relying on one information source. So you
still need to seek out more information and knowledge in order
to obtain a better understanding about the questions you're
asking, and, you also have to be sure that you're asking the
right questions, and using the right sources? If your
Internal Monologue becomes over whelming, as if the
mechanism for creating dreams while we sleep, is some how being
activated while you are awake, then your
Auditory Hallucinations might need to seek out some
Language-Based Learning Disability (wiki)
Speech and Language Center
Speech Recognition Software
Hearing Impairment / Deafness
Hearing Test to Check Hearing Loss
Online Hearing Test
Medical SoundBite Hearing System
American Sign Language (youtube)
Life Print Sign Language
Manually Coded English
Professional Arts Network
Hand Gestures in Different Cultures - 7 Ways to Get Yourself in
Trouble Abroad (youtube)
Sensory Deprivation (wiki)
/ Sight Problems
American Foundation for the Blind
Eye Exam Seeing Test
Diplopia is a Computer Game that has been designed using the
latest research to help people with amblyopia (lazy eye) and
strabismus (crossed eyes)
SyncBraille is one of the smallest, lightest, and most
affordable, portable Braille Displays
VoiceOver Gesture Support, Text to Speech, Braille Display
Vision-impaired & Low Vision Tool
Narrator Text–to–Speech Utility
JAWS Screen Reader
Morse Code (wiki)
Sheila Nirenberg: A Prosthetic Eye to treat Blindness
People Draw? (youtube)
Ron Mccallum: How Technology allowed me to Read
Writing Tips for Writers
write things that are worth reading, or do things that are worth
and if you do both, you can't go wrong."
Creative Writing (wiki)
(A fast hand writer can write 250 words in 15 Minutes on average)
Writing Skills Test
Words Per Minute
types usually in speeds of 50 to 80
Word Processor (wiki)
Scrivener word processing program
A few good writing tips to
1: Grab the
reader's attention with a good
Title, sometimes first
impressions matter. Know your readers. Spelling
Topic and be original. Don't forget something
personal and always share
a little of yourself.
Humor when its
Quick Draft Speaking Narrative
Theme or a particular
Writing Style that you might want
to explore, but try
to write what you know.
How to Write a Short Story
Creative with your words but not too fancy, make it simple and
to the point. The reader shouldn't
have to guess what
mean. If your writing is to advanced it may distract
someone from fully understanding your message. Not to say that
Sophisticated writing is bad, there is a time and place for
everything. You reach a larger audience with easy to understand
Use a thesaurus or a
Dictionary to find the right words. Try
to be unique, informative, direct, simple and
a vigorous, lucid or
Saxon Word to the romantic. And use
Transitive Verbs that strike their object.
and the concrete or
Root Word, to the
Abstract. Avoid superfluous redundant or
unnecessary empty words.
informative and educational with the latest information
available on your subject.
Try to limit your
personal opinions and try to
clichés. Make it exciting to read. It's not just what you say,
but how you say it.
Dramatic Structure Pathos Technical Writing Style
6: Try to
explain what you are seeing to the reader. Give a Point of view
and explain the
setting and any characters involved.
Be specific to detail.
Circumlocution (Inflectional Ending) Epilogue
Human Interest Story
Situation vs Complication
7: Use images
that are eye-catching and relevant. Depiction
Manuscript Info-Graphic Ideogram
But remember..."A picture could never be more worthy then a
thousand words, but it's nice to have both."
work aloud and proof read it. Have someone else
Proof Read your
Grammar. Journalism Tools
(Visual Field of
9: To become
a better writer you should always Read More.
Reading Knowledge Base
10: Have fun.
Free Writing (wiki) Scrivener
Technical Writing -
Technical Writer -
Professional Writing )
The P.O.W.E.R. Plan for
preparing each message: Plan,
Draft the message with the readers in mind.
Send clear, concise messages that are
brief, succinct, and organized.
Give the message a concise title and use subheadings where
Use simple words and short, clear, sentences and paragraphs.
Back up opinions with facts.
Avoid “flowery” language, euphemisms, and trite expressions
that's free of jargon.
Summarize main points at the end and let the reader know what he
must do next.
Write Like You Talk
Talk Like You Write
the Right Words
Daily Writing Tips
The Ultimate Guide to Writing better than you normally do
Resources for Writers
Society of Magazine Editors
Books on Successful Writing (amazon)
Research Papers Handbook
Online Writing Evaluation Service
Check which famous
writer you write like with this statistical analysis tool
Community for Writers of all Interests and Skill Levels
Citation Guide and Copyrights
Journalism Tools and Resources
Internet Searching Tips
Poetry and Creative Writing
Literacy Books and Websites
Featured Topic Criteria (wiki)
Heretical Notions and Wretched Adages compiled by Jack Tourette
Life Quotes Education Quotes
Sports Quotes Adventure Writing
The average writer who's doing
research for a story, will spend at least 3 weeks interviewing
on the average around 100 people, either in person or talking
with them over the telephone. They will request information and
facts from various sources from around the world, like press
releases, technical papers and so on. From that they will create
100's of pages of hand written notes of 20,000 words or more.
Then they will meticulously go through all the acquired
information to retrieve the most important parts. Then they will
spend about a week writing and rewriting the story till it
becomes something to be published.
Words, and words give meaning to context. In order to say
what you mean you have to know a lot of words and all the
definitions that apply to those words. So
valuable, but not as valuable as knowing how to use words to
I try not to influence writers on
what they should write about, only that they care about what
they are writing. Try not so much to devise a piece of writing,
try to realize a piece of writing, a piece of writing that has
to be written. If you feel that you will be wasting time writing
about something, then you should not write it. Don't write
because you are a good writer, write because you need to write
|"The two most important things about writing and
reading are comprehension and relevance. Just being a
good speller does not confirm good reading comprehension
or does it confirm that you are reading and writing
things that are important or relevant.
Make sure that kids understand what they are reading and
writing, and make sure that they are reading and writing
things that are important and relevant to them, things
that will increase their understanding of themselves and
the world around them."
Potty Mouths /
Foul-Mouthed / Four-Letter Words /
Cursing / Vulgarity / Naughty Words
Vulgar Language / Dirty Words / F-bomb
Pardon my French
Insults, curses, harsh language
Profanity is used in some cases
to express emotion and feelings
about something that people are
passionate about. But swearwords
must be followed by words of deeper
meaning and expression so that it
helps explain your passion in better
detail, other wise swearwords are
just empty words of a incomplete
sentence. You end up mostly
Emotion and not enough
Meaning. So learn to Elaborate. Derogatory
Ethnic Slurs and
Fighting Words are never
effective ways to communicate. It's
like trying to put out a fire with
gasoline, it's just illogical. Don't
make things worse or miss out on a
chance to make things better. Think
before you speak. If you don't have
the right words then sometimes it's
best to wait till you do find the
language, demeaning words,
Condescending words or just
plain mean talk, is just stupid. if
you can't communicate what you are
trying to say, then wait till you
learn. There are always better words
to use. But why does our
relationship with a particular
person effect our emotions, and why
am I allowing my
Emotions to chose
my vocabulary? I don't get this. I
always fall into that same stupid
trap, a trap I created. I have to
discover a way to let my brain do
the talking without my emotions
choosing my words. I love my
emotions, but I also like to
communicate effectively, and not
just to other people, but to myself
as well. Our language has incredible
power, it's time we use it the right
way. But don't get me wrong, we need
our emotions, communicating
emotionally is sometimes effective
in certain situations, but it must
be proven that the emotions were
necessary at that time.
Mince: Make less
severe or harsh. To be
straightforward, plain-spoken, or
Expletive: Profane or
obscene expression usually of
surprise or anger. Serving to fill
up, merely for effect, otherwise
Euphemism: An inoffensive
or indirect expression that is
substituted for one that is
considered offensive or too harsh.
"The danger with insults is that it
could ruin your chances of having a
so it can work against you."
"My swear words or curses are
just emotional expressions of my
disappointment. My intentions are
not to offend anyone or to hurt
anyone. My swear words are solely
meant to bring attention to a
serious problem, a problem that you
may or may not be involved in. So
the swear words are mostly directed
at a problem and not so much at a
particular person. Do I need to use
"I can be
such a jerk sometimes. It's not that
I'm being insensitive on purpose,
it's that I'm not always aware of
how my words and actions are being
perceived. I apologize when I'm
aware of my
so please let me know when I'm not
aware of my insensitivity, so that I
may offer you my
Apologies and also improve my
Demeanor and negative
calling or angry tones are a waste
of energy and time. When you learn
to talk and communicate more
Calmly you will learn very
quickly that you will have much
better results with people and
situations when you refrain from
anger and name calling. And you will
also learn that there is very little
need for drama and name calling when
learned over time that you have to
have a very high tolerance for
a**holes and ignorant people.
Because if you don't you will end up
acting like an ignorant a**hole
yourself. So I'm going to create a
course that will give people the
necessary skills and techniques that
will give a person the tolerance and
the appropriate responses to other
peoples moronic behavior. I'm going
to call the course "High Tolerance
for Assholes 101". Believe it or not
I have over 10,000 people signed up
for the course already, mostly from
people who are planning to work in
government, banks, corporations and
in the media." (So the
lesson here is to rewrite this
paragraph so that there is no vulgar
language and no
sterotyping, and then name the
10 things that you would teach in
The Negative Attributes and
Behaviors that are Associated with
Name Calling and Anger....
This is why the word 'Asshole' is so effective,
because it pretty much replaces all the words above.
But it's not a
I wish I had a nickel for
every time I said "WTF is going on here?" Do
make it cool to swear again?
To call someone stupid, is stupid. Whether you are
calling someone a moron, an idiot, an
ignoramus, or any other harsh insulting words,
but never the "R" word, because you clearly insult
everyone, including yourself. The important thing is
that people should not be insulted when called
stupid, or any other harsh word, even if you're
calling yourself stupid. It is merely a question of,
"why is this thinking flawed and incorrect?" Was it
a simple mistake that you made? Or an indicator that
the process used in your decision making needs to be
improved so that you can achieve higher quality
results from your decisions? And that is only one
way to correctly handle insults. Don't be distracted
by the harshness of a word or words, just simply
answer the question "why is this thinking flawed and
incorrect?" Or simply ask "what is stupid?" or just
answer with one word, "why". And the more questions
that you answer that improve your thinking, the more
intelligent you will become. You will still make
mistakes, but now you will solve them a lot faster,
and you will also make fewer mistakes.
There's nothing wrong with
calling yourself stupid as long as you don't
take it personally.
Writing Quotes and Sayings
I have never lived so
passionately as when I am writing passionately about living. (Michael J. Budnicki)
write things that are worth reading or do things that are worth
writing about, and if you do both you can't go wrong"
The World is a book, and those
who do not travel read only a page. (Saint Augustine)
A writer writes not because he is
educated but because he is driven by the need to communicate. (Leo
The art of communicating thoughts
to the mind, through the eye is the great invention of the
"Try not to think about things that you're not willing to
write about. This is not to say that you should write about
everything that comes to mind, because something's cannot, and
should not, be shared in writing. Mostly because something's
cannot be fully understood enough. So if you feel the need to
write something down, that might be considered crazy or hard to
understand, do it privately so that it will give you some time
to understand and process these particular thoughts that you
"You never quite know what exact
arrangement of words that people will understand, the intended
meaning is not always a guarantee" (Howard Polley)
"One of my problems with hand
writing is that I'm not thinking about what I'm writing because
my brain is thinking faster then I can write it down. So I find
myself scribbling a lot, but it's not that bad as long as I can
deceiver it later."
I'm sometimes more focused on what I'm trying to say then I
am about the spelling of words. That is why writers have
readers and editors. This way writers can focus more on what
they're trying to say and not have to focus on irrelevant
things, like the spelling of words. I would rather
when writing about things that are important then write about
things that are irrelevant but spelled perfectly, who cares.
Besides, if you know that a word is misspelled you must know
what the word is? So nothing is lost.
So the problem is not my spelling, the problem is that you're
too easily distracted by things that don't matter, which is no
Sometimes I can't stop to think about the spelling of a word
because that would cause me to change focus. And when thoughts
are flying by at lighting speed, if you look away just for a
second you sometimes miss key information pertaining to that
thought, like how the thought was generated? What was going to
be learned from that thought? Do more questions need to be
answered about that thought? And some thoughts immediately
create associations, so analyzing begins
immediately, which also needs to be documented.
Can I get a Spell Check?
most important thing is to write down the words before you
forget them. And it's always a good idea to have a place to put
things, a place that will make it easy for you to find and
remember the things that are important. So having some kind of a
File System has always been a very useful tool and
skill to have.
Some of the things that I have I
learned about writing is that the more you write the more you
learn. And one of the things that you learn when you write is
that you learn to write better. And when you learn to write
better you learn even more. So it’s safe to say,
if you never
stop writing about what you have learned, about yourself and the
world, you will never stop learning.
Even though I’m a terrible
writer, I myself look at writing as an incredible gift. At times
writing can be so exhilarating to me that it’s better then any
drug that I have ever done. But there were so many times in my
life that I wished I had the words for those particular moments,
but of course I didn’t.
It was always much later and too late. But as I found the words
I realized that all is not lost. I can still say those words and
share them by writing them down. For I am certain that those
moments in my life will surely repeat themselves in other
peoples lives if not my own. So just maybe, someone would be
lucky enough to remember what I have written, and not have to
walk away from a very important moment, saying, “I wished that I
had the right words to say”. To me that is the greatest gift a
writer could ever give. (Howard Polley)
"How do I know what I mean until
I see what I say?"
There's a big difference between
what you want to say and what you eventually do say.
Remember what you were thinking and share it.
When it’s all said and done, will
you have said more than you’ve done?
Digital Text Books / Electronic Books /
Online Books /
As of 2010 Google has
scanned over 15
million books. That's about
12% of the 130 million books
ever published from 1500
2 trillion words in
Barnes and Noble NOOK Ebook
Sony Digital Reader Touch
Edition - Black (PRS600BC)
American Students spend $8
billion to $15 billion per
year on textbooks.
Some textbooks are just new
editions that have only had
a few changes.
Internet is the only
textbook you'll ever need."