Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Well Begun Is Half Done

Old aphorisms stick around for a reason.

When I get a book to review, I create a new file, and enter the book's bibliographical information in it.

When I start a new page of lecture notes, I just put in the outline of the book chapter I have to talk about.

And so. Just so there is a file, with something in it.

Once I get the above first step accomplished it really is all downhill from there. It is the blank page that terrifies!


  1. This post, the latest activity on the blog, is what a week old now? Ironic.

    1. Well, if this blog was my full time job, it would be ironic! But I've got about 8 higher priority items in the queue.


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