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Archive for category: Writing

   (2018.01.02)

At Naked Heart 2016, the overriding message from deaf writers was positivity. You’d think I’d know that by now

   (2015.02.21)

Canadian hacks must not forget Sid Adilman, who germinated dozens of journalistic careers, including my own

   (2011.09.12)

The Cambridge Handbook of Expertise and Expert Performance does not actually have really juicy advice for writers

   (2010.12.30)

Paul Ford: ‘Most prose born on the Internet is highly defensive. Everyone is braced for audience attack’

   (2010.06.18)

Hypergraphic workaholics, like Marco Arment, need to keep their advice to themselves

   (2006.11.13)

Notes from a memorial celebration for Sid Adilman, 68, held 2006.11.12 in Toronto. (“Sid loved a public inquiry”)

   (2006.10.16)

My old editor, and longtime defender, Sid Adilman died at age 68

   (2005.05.31)

Would ‘Ratz Are Nice (PSP)’ violate WCAG 2?

   (2005.04.15)

What is the lifespan of the written word?

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