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William Shakespeare’s 445 Birthday | Write In Color Celebrates The Bard

Not many people have their birthdays celebrated posthumously, but not many people are William Shakespeare. Interestingly enough, his birth date is a mere approximation, since we aren’t sure exactly when he was born. Here are some other interesting facts you … Continue reading

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Jonathan Adler Manifesto | What’s Your Personal Manifesto?

For a long time, the word manifesto got a bad wrap. Only communists and serial killers seemed to use them. Thankfully, these days many of our favorite businesses have them, including  lululemon and of course, Jonathan Adler. Jonathan Adler believes … Continue reading

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What Writers Can Learn From Photo Cropping

I recently stumbled upon a blog post that side-saddled the uncropped version of iconic photos to the cropped versions popular culture has come to know. As I was staring at an uncropped, unperfected still of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club … Continue reading

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Walt Whitman: The Authenticity Of Contradiction

Do I contradict myself? Very well then I contradict myself. (I am large, I contain multitudes.) ~Walt Whitman, Leaves of Grass, 1892 Whether we like it or not (and for most of us, the answer is not) we are all walking … Continue reading

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Last Night I Opened Pandora’s Box… Some Thoughts For 2012

Although I’ve been listening to Pandora on my computer for years, last night I took things to another level: using Bluetooth, I streamed music from Pandora into my car. Contrary to what the myth holds, opening Pandora’s box isn’t about … Continue reading

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