Friday, June 18, 2010

Around the Word

Check out these enlightening words on writing for the ultimate beach read...
  • English teacher Joy Tanksley shares her tips for finding your narrative voice -- from a 3-minute warm-up to recording your ramblings, carving out your own sound starts with feeling comfortable
  • Journalistics' Jeremy Porter encourages brands and the people within them to develop real-time communications models. Rather than planning a meeting to discuss next month's agenda, why not do something now?
  • Nick Morgan takes a look at the effectiveness of Obama's oil spill speech, pining for the passion of candidate Obama to be re-invoked in President Obama. Morgan suggests Obama stand up to express action and limit his "remote control" hand gestures, which undermine the seriousness of the BP situation

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