MY WEAKNESSES…I WISH I COULD COME UP WITH SOMETHING. I’D PROBABLY HAVE THE SAME PAUSE IF YOU ASKED ME WHAT MY STRENGTHS ARE. MAYBE THEY’RE THE SAME THING. — AL PACINO Continue reading Al Pacino Quote
ANYONE WHO ISN’T CONFUSED REALLY DOESN’T UNDERSTAND THE SITUATION. — EDWARD R. MURROW Continue reading Edward R. Murrow Quote
THE PROFESSION OF JOURNALISM OUGHT TO BE ABOUT TELLING PEOPLE WHAT THEY NEED TO KNOW — NOT WHAT THEY WANT TO KNOW. — WALTER CRONKITE Continue reading Walter Cronkite Quote
AT THAT POINT IN MY LIFE, I HAD TO COME CLEAN AND BE WHO I WAS. — GEORGE MICHAEL, ON HIS 1998 BEVERLY HILLS MEN’S ROOM ARREST (INTERVIEW ON PARKINSON, 2004) Continue reading Life Changes
We’ll see how this turns out. Regardless, question everything, including news items shared by someone you have a crush on. Continue reading Facebook’s New Fact-Checking Effort
(Disclosure: I am not a mental health professional. The statements in this blog post are based on personal observations.) An active imagination is great if you’re a creative person. However, an adult understands the limits and responsibilities. I have done some fiction writing, and know how it is to let my creativity run amok and then look at the results later. That’s where editing comes in. I can’t call it art unless the characters are developed in a human way, the plot is constructed carefully and the wording is readable. It would be terribly embarrassing if anyone saw my unedited … Continue reading Mature Creativity Versus ????