Vladislav Melnik Vladislav Melnik JANUARY 29, 2015 Hello Mischa, whoops, sorry! Since an "e" has crept in between. is fixed! I'm also not a fan of trash TV. But to stimulate the incubation process, you can give yourself that :D Jacob Schweighofer Jacob Schweighofer JANUARY 29, 2015 Is it just me, or am I the only one with point #3 that has a huge problem? Think about it: Someone takes your monkey book and "puts together their own blog" from it and makes it hip and cool - just a little different. I don't know about you, but... The other points are great and I implemented them in my project as well.
Answer Thomas N Thomas N JANUARY 29, 2015 Hello! I see it similarly. Just because everyone does it doesn't mean it's okay; if I have the feeling that a blogger is repeating what I've read somewhere else a hundred thousand times, then I'm probably no longer interested - then Israel phone number list I'm missing my own mark. The "own grade" can prove itself in different ways: through one's own style of writing; through one's own experiences; through one's own ideas. Regret alone is more of a deterrent. Individual spelling mistakes do not count as one's own grade.
The inevitable Picasso quote is out of context, I think (Picasso was dealing with artworks, not utilitarian texts) and anyway a good example of what I mean by "rumination": thought to myself , that the ominous Picasso quote is sure to come - and of course it did, predictably, without reflection, and regurgitated. Thomas N Thomas N JANUARY 29, 2015 Hello! At there is a more detailed explanation of how the Picasso quote can (and should) be understood. Simple copying does not count. Mila Plaickner Mila Plaickner JANUARY 29, 2015 "Good artists copy, great artists steal. That's what Pablo Picasso said back then." Jakob, I don't think "copying" but "stealing" is the inspiration itself ... and then there's the idea of what I personally make of it. So, I understand point.