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The word's out, so I feel free to announce: A few of my sketchnotes will be included as a small part of the new Mike Rohde book The Sketchnote Handbook, which is on press and will be released on Nov.... ...
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How To Be a Poet (to remind myself) . Make a place to sit down. Sit down. Be quiet. You must depend upon affection, reading, knowledge, skill — more of each than you have — inspiration, work, growing older, patience,... ...
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Hey friends — Paul here. I don't post here as often as I used to, but wanted to share this note about a new book available in April 2012: A few months ago I was asked to contribute some illusrtrations... ...
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See the full gallery on Posterous After over-doing it a bit on BBQ at lunchtime, I wanted something simple for dinner. I was happy to remember that I had yet to use our new cheese board from the Brooklyn Slate... ...
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See the full gallery on Posterous today we had a lunch up at the church and raised money for the youth's Costa Rica trip at AHUMC. Collier and Matt had been working on the pork since the day before, and... ...
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http://awoque.com/awoque-2/sxsw-is-about-the-spontaneous-meeting/ Sent from my iPhone Posted via email from soupiset's posterous ...
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See the full gallery on Posterous Here's a plate I just designed :) Posted via email from soupiset's posterous ...
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via psychology.wichita.edu Margin white space affected both reading speed and comprehension; participants read the Margin text slower, but comprehended more than the No Margin text. In general, the results favored the use of Margins. The manipulation of Leading did not... ...

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