Faraday’s limited formal education, curiously enough, turned out to be a great advantage. This doesn’t happen often, because when a scientific subject reaches an advanced level, a lack of education usually makes it impossible for outsiders to get started. 235 more words
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What does a hair dryer, vacuum cleaner, computer, and a blueray player have in common? They all contain electric motors. However, if you ask your friends or parents if they have seen an electric motor most will say they don’t see them on a daily basis like they see a light bulb or a smartphone. 301 more words
I found Rudy Rucker’s Writer’s Toolkit to be clear concise and extremely helpful.
While most guides to writing are full of bubbly, non-sensical advice about finding a voice and Coach Taylorisms about work habits and inspiration, this one is the complete opposite: a nuts and bolts guide to building a novel brick by brick. 66 more words