Posts Tagged “writing”

I write

By | October 20, 2010

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I’m a terrible writer. By the time you read this, I’ll have spent well over two hours agonizing over word choice, fiddling with sentence structure, worrying whether what I write is right.   And yet, I write.   I made middling grades in English composition. While I never produced a failing paper, I was never […]

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Callused: Signs of a Digital Age

By | March 10, 2009

For most of my life, I’ve carried a physical sign that marked me as literate.  At the age of 5, that sign was first acquired over weeks of laborious work under the guidance of my Kindergarten teacher as I carefully practiced forming the symbols of  literacy by putting pencil to paper.  For the next 12 […]

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