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September 18, 2010

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Knowledge is important for us!

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What could be lonelier than sitting at a desk, ignoring the allure of email and the telephone and just writing? Multiply the problem a hundredfold if you work from a home-based office and don't get to say hi to anyone on your way to grab a cup of coffee.

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We have an almost universal tendency to try to write and edit at the same time: I blame this habit on the school system. Conditioned by 12 years of red pencil corrections from teachers focusing on spelling, grammar and syntax, we desperately want to "get it right." Trouble is, we'd be far better off getting it "wrong" but at least getting it on paper and fixing it later

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Conditioned by 12 years of red pencil corrections from teachers focusing on spelling, grammar and syntax, we desperately want to "get it right." Trouble is, we'd be far better off getting it "wrong" but at least getting it on paper and fixing it later.

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