Books that are connected to the Internet may have many advantages, but will publishers, authors and the public play along? The combination of two interesting articles I read today has my brain spinning with ideas about the future of writing, …

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Hey all! I just wanted to let you all know that I’m doing some writing outside of this blog. Michael and the very kind folks over at LearnTheNet.com (which moved to WebsiteBuilders.com have given me yet another forum for writing. …

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              Overcoming complexity requires critical thinking and reasoning skills, which are essential for most people who write, edit, and teach. The above text comes from inputting my blog address into the site Wordle.net, which …

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When writers, teachers, and students experiment with writing, new doorways to creativity and learning are opened. One of the most influential teachers I had in grade school was also the most subtle. My high school English teacher, Mrs. Christiansen, was …

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