Three writing lessons while learning from notes

February 24, 2011

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Last week I did not get to Writing Wednesdays, although I did do a post about a rather impressive passionate presentation. This week I am attending a course and did not really have time for anything else. However, studying for my exam on Friday I did notice some irritations in the notes I was using. So three lessons from doing a bit of studying: Read the rest of this entry »


Learning from 10-year old presentation passion

February 16, 2011

Presentations can be nerve-wrecking.¬† Apparently not if you are 10 years old, your name is Schulyer and you love 3D printing. Watch this video from the Ignite Phoenix conference a couple of days ago… 11 Feb 2011, to be exact, then read my comments and tell me what you think about the presentation. Read the rest of this entry »

Are you using Dropbox yet?

February 14, 2011

Do you use more than one PC? Maybe need some files on your Blackberry and your PC? Or do you need some space in the cloud to back up important files…

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Abstracts, introductions and conclusions…

February 9, 2011

When writing an academic paper (or for that matter a dissertation or thesis) you must be careful to understand the roles of the units. Read the rest of this entry »

More reading for Writing Wednesdays

February 2, 2011
Typeface: Thesis from Lucas de Groot

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Today I don’t want to write my own words on writing. Instead, I want to refer you to another very useful blog that deals with issues related to the research process, including writing. Read the rest of this entry »