When your note emerged from the CD player, I have to admit that I was shocked. Even as I started reading, I couldn’t believe that 1) my car was sentient and 2) he had taken the time to write me a note.
Despite what your mother says, I’m not mad that you don’t clean me. And no, it’s not that I’ve merely become accustomed to being in a perpetual state of filth. On the contrary, I try to live by a ‘it’s what’s on the inside that counts’ philosophy. In that respect, you’ve never let me down.
To be enjoyable, an activity can’t be too easy or too hard. There is a similar idea in education that a student won’t learn if a task is too easy or too hard. How does learning relate to the enjoyment of an activity?
“Add Some Elegance to Your Next Party With These Punch Bowls” – spy.com This is a continuation of an idea I introduced in “Blog Potpourri (pt. 1)”: How does the relationship between author and audience figure into an explanation of what makes a good story? I often think about why I am drawn to certainContinue reading “Trust in Storytelling”
An conversation with an interesing, spandex-clad man from New Zealand over lattes.
What follows is a transcript of a sentence-at-a time story told by the residents of [Again with the address thing? Come on dude! It’s the internet]
In what is, hopefully, a departure from a lively online debate, I want to explore one small part of why these characters excel in their respective stories.