Saturday, June 9, 2007

Simple

4 comments:

Kerri said...

This is mentioned in Jeff's book, Mechanically Inclined, so I thought I would post it for everyone to see.

TWO WORD SENTENCE SMACK DOWN teaching example:

They race. They race in the rain and they race in the snow. Although they race side by side, they are actually racing away from each other, sifting themselves apart. I am fast. You are slow. I win. You lose.

Jerry Spinelli
Maniac Magee

Anonymous said...

"He came to the river. The river was there."

Ernest Hemingway
"Big Two-Hearted River" (short story)

Ms. Dyk said...

"Planes are loud." -Jon Acuff, Finish: Give Yourself the Gift of Done, page 159

Ms. Dyk said...

"You can only bring a limited amount of work." -pg. 158
"The white noise helps you focus." -pg.159
"I love and hate the Internet."-pg.159
"Please leave it with me." -pg. 158
"You've looked at forward data." -pg. 163
"The Internet connection is too weak to get distracted." -pg.159

Jon Acuff, Finish: Give Yourself the Gift of Done