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Saturday, February 5, 2011

Blogging

Honestly, I don't really understand how people can keep up long paragraphs of blog and hold perfect grammar/punctuation all the way through. I mean, I try to do that, but I also run out of ideas. Once I get an idea of what to write/type about, I just get so into it that i drop the grammar. Once I remember the grammar, I drop tend to lose my train of thought. But I guess in a sense, There's something for everyone, and more people have more blog-related skill than I. Although, I'll still try to keep this blog somewhat updated, Probably only 3-4 times  a week rather than some of these daily bloggers. And hopefully, I'll be able to keep you as a follower. So, to make up my absence of real words, I leave you with this.

21 comments:

  1. I have used this trick before in assignments. Works like a charm!

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    GeekFads

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  2. To be honest I free write and once I finish I go through and fix the grammar and spelling. Makes it easier.

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  3. Brings me back to high school lulz. Check out my blog and let me know what you think!

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  4. Shit, that's helpful. followed!

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  5. Damn, I was looking for that a while ago. lol

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  6. Used to do this in school!

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  7. Haha the puncuation trick is a classic

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  8. Great idea! Thanks for this, I'm going to try it out.

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  9. I actually did this on my last paper and it worked like a charm! :)
    Following and supporting!

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  10. I do this almost for every assignment i have to do. You can also make the double space a little bit larger.

    PS: I feed your fish :D

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  12. Gonna do this from now on.



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  13. thanks! This will definitely come in handy!

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  14. poor trick when I am grading...

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  15. What a great guide. Really helpful when it comes to school subjects. ;)

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  16. thanks man! im gonna do this all the time!

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