Quote of the day
Handwriting is a complex task which requires various skills – feeling the pen and paper, moving the writing implement, and directing movement by thought. Children take several years to master this precise motor exercise: you need to hold the scripting tool firmly while moving it in such a way as to leave a different mark for each letter.
~EDOUARD GENTAZ, professor of developmental psychology.
Abandon ideas to discover creative ones, Creative Something
The Ulysses Strategy, The New Yorker
How clear is the future of Google Glass? TechCrunch
Handwriting vs typing: is the pen still mightier than the keyboard? The Guardian
The high costs of status seeking (On Second Thought), Huffington Post
It pays to think you’re good at math, even if you aren’t, Science of us
Writing compelling approaches that express your character’s true feelings (Creating Character Emotions), MC’s Blog
Have a great Tuesday!