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It's a matter of choice

Whenever possible, I find ways to provide opportunities for those around me to make choices. Not only does it make my life less decision-laden, but also it signals to others that my opinion is not the only one that is important. 295 more words

Writing, Author, Books, Editorial, Philosophy, Kindle

Mirrored Image

“Mirrored Image of flesh and body”

Lyrics:

When I’m asleep

Other eyes of mine

Open,

Transmutation of DNA and Memory,

Mirrored image of flesh and body.

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Musician

Editorial Professional Interview

Growing up, I remember being absorbed for hours, reading books by Enid Blyton – Famous Five, Secret Seven and Tintin. However, IIT and school exams took over and my book reading habits went for a toss, never to come back. 1,877 more words

Excludes Science/Medical

Online Editor

Compared to TV and radio, I think online is hard to do well. It tends to be the one that ticks along beside the other two, but doesn’t make much impact. 373 more words

Coollab Project Open Notebook Report 2

Headlines can either be your best friend or worst nightmare. I get a rush of adrenaline writing  headlines, because there’s a lot of pressure to get them right. 136 more words

Writing

Editor for Life: Paul Ling, owner, Perfect English 101

Interview conducted by Indu Singh.

A career as an editor is often a solo adventure, especially if you’re a freelancer. So we thought one way to better connect with fellow editors was to ask them the Five Ws: who, what, where, when, and why. 857 more words

Editing

Washington Post Copy Desk Chief Talks Life in the Newsroom

By Jesse Johnson

For a short time at the University of Maryland, as well as other college campuses in the 1970s, there was a trend in which hordes of people participated: streaking.  599 more words

Features