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Description #3

For our last day of discussing description, we’ll be covering the basic do’s and don’ts, and just a few more things to keep in mind when writing description 610 more words



I never really thought I was good at describing myself to people. Some questions are easy to answer, for example what my hobbies are, what I don’t like to eat (it’s a shorter list than of what I do like to eat) or where I’m from. 606 more words


The absolute most important rule

SUMMARY: Ed Wilson talks about the most important rule when writing either fiction or non-fiction

Show! Don’t Tell. Show, don’t tell. This is the most important rule of all when it comes to writing either fiction or non-fiction. 619 more words


Catch Me If You Can

Make decisions and choices that make people hard to read you! Be your life’s King Maker! 



We make our own decisions and choice that makes us the center of our own life and not somebody else’s!


Project 01 - Interpreted Description and Narrative

Project 01 for MUSE.359 – Cultural Informatics centered on the creation of a tandem physical and digital exhibition crafted from a collection of artifacts from the Wallace Archive based on a specific individual/topic. 226 more words