Well damn, I’m going to find that. That’s the thing I have the most trouble with, except it’s the opposite direction. I can write verbose but then how to I get down to “clear and succinct”? Twitter sometimes helps. Using physically small notepads helps. too as I don’t have room for verbose. But once I have the small bits, then I have the problem of organizing.

Well damn, I’m going to find that. That’s the thing I have the most trouble with, except it’s the opposite direction.

I can write verbose but then how to I get down to “clear and succinct”?

Twitter sometimes helps. Using physically small notepads helps. too as I don’t have room for verbose.

But once I have the small bits, then I have the problem of organizing.

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But no, music isn’t unusual: rather, I’m surprised to be able to see more clearly that it _also_ has this feature which I didn’t realize it did

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But maybe I’ll try that. Use the scaffolding that exists already and just go up the chain.

I tend to go the “long way around” with ideas, making things far more difficult than they need to be. But I like the scenic route. I don’t want to miss a thing.

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“The one that really struck me was writing. I remember reading a “here’s how to write a book, you lazy jerk” article once that completely relied on zooming in and out. You write a one paragraph summary, then each sentence in the paragraph becomes the start of its own paragraph, then each paragraph is a chapter and each sentence in it starts a paragraph, etc, and then you wrote a book”

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