Monthly Archives: January 2015

On how I overcome writer’s block (every time)

Almost every long-form article I write begins with a blockage. I try writing a few different openers, or some paragraphs to include in the middle somewhere, but I don’t like the tone and I’m not flowing. I re-read and highlight my interview … Continue reading

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Newton: a scientific great, but not alone

“If it wasn’t for Newton’s discoveries we wouldn’t have the technology we have today,” our tour guide chided, directing his wisdom at someone who dared glance at their phone instead of examining the Newton family’s outdoor toilet.  I immediately bristled: of … Continue reading

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