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When train tracks or skis are parallel, one of them doesn’t veer off. They stay the same distance apart. When writing, you want your prose to be parallel as well. 130 more words

All Things Having To Do With The English Language

President Abraham Lincoln--What a Writer!

Abraham Lincoln’s Birthday

Abraham Lincoln’s birthday is this Sunday the 12th. (I know this dates me, but I still miss getting to celebrate Lincoln and Washington’s birthdays separately!) 897 more words

Teacher's File Drawer

Sabbath psalm - 2/4/17

As I’ve mentioned before, Psalm 92 is an important psalm for our family. We read it every Saturday morning during our breakfast together (usually pancakes) and it sets our minds and hearts towards the sabbath day that is to follow. 273 more words

Even though Proverbs is Coming to a Close - Keep up with the Wisdom!

Proverbs 29-31

Monday, January 30

Today’s reading will wrap up the book of Proverbs.  This book is one of what we refer to as the five book section of poetry.  823 more words


Repeating cycles

Three different poems in one post, a first. Here you can see how the playing with repetition (conceptually or actually) developed. Some ideas arose but not quite fleshed out, others crisp and tight right out of the box. 219 more words


Polishing Parallelism

Instructors: Download the exercise and key at the end of this post.

Although parallelism sounds as if it might be a gymnastic feat, it is a skillful writing technique that involves balanced writing. 663 more words

4. Classroom Exercises

The Greatest Ideas in Computer Architecture

  • Moore’s Law – Integrated Circuits resources double every 18-24 months
    • Prediction in 1965 by Gordon Moore, Founder of Intel
    • Design with future of technology in mind vs present of technology…
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