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Learn to Code

I have a lot of Lego sets, and I’m not ashamed to say I still have them tucked away in my parents’ attic awaiting the day I play with them again. I love building things. My favorite game right now is Kerbal Space Program, where you get to build all kinds of custom spacecraft and travel to distant celestial bodies. When I’m not spending time being somewhat social, I live and breathe the Internet. So much so, that it’s hard to remember my life before computers and the Internet. I was fortunate to go to an elementary school that taught us how to use the Internet before it became common practice. And at home, my parents never shied away from providing my sisters and me access to the Internet. My love of building coupled with my love of the Internet eventually lead to my profession as a web developer. I began to dig into the construction of websites. What did “View Page Source” mean? So that’s what HTML is! What the hell is Flash, and why is it slowing my computer down? With my curiosities and passions focused on construction and the Internet, it only seemed natural that I learn code. My

Posted on March 25, 2014
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Posted on March 25, 2014

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Defeating Every Writer’s Nightmare

Four tactics to keep writer’s block from lurking beneath your bed. Writer’s block is a fact of life. There is nothing more daunting than the blank, white screen, mocking you for being unable to come up with anything better than the obvious. Maybe your blockage is so bad you can’t get even the obvious down. Everyone has their own tricks and tips to conquering the colossal creature that is writer’s block; here are a few of mine. 1. Just write. As I said, the blank screen of your computer mocking you is a mortal enemy. So write anything, even if it’s terrible. Hell, write about how terrible it is. Just get something down. Free-flow writing is one of those techniques that I always heard about in creative writing workshops, but I’ve found it works just as well for copywriting. It doesn’t have to relate to your subject, it just has to be some form of writing to get any kind of brain activity underway. Maybe you’ll even find a jewel hidden in the rubble of your free-flow writing. 2. Read stimulating copy. Read articles and advertising that echo the tone you want for your client’s brand or product. It helps

Posted on March 11, 2014
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Posted on March 11, 2014
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