The Benjamin Franklin Method: How to (Actually) Learn to Write Well, that’s interesting. I’m not sure I’ve ever learned that way. I learned to program in C by taking a core dump of the UNIX kernel and reconstructing what the source code must have been with only the header files.  Yes I know about “The White Books”, but lets… Continue reading

Death to Bullet Points – maybe

I think this is an oversimplification or over-generalization: Well written prose is more engaging.  It all depends on context. Are you blogging or giving a presentation? One of my complaints about many of my teachers at school was that they taught in an unstructured manner. History was the worst.… Continue reading