Monthly Archives: April 2013

Favorite Design Resources Roundup

Since I’ll be briefly speaking at the East Central Indiana Social Media Group this week about visual design and layout, I thought I’d share a roundup of some of my favorite design-related resources. Fonts & Typography dafont.com – A fantastic … Continue reading

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Ecological connectivity: What You Do in Your Garden Affects Your Neighborhood

Originally posted on The Hungry Gap:
No matter how small your garden, it will always affect your neighborhood, in ways you may never know and on a scale you may not be aware of.  Even the smallest garden carries with…

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Dealing With the Crunch Before Finals – 5 Things

I try not to blog about my student life too much, but since it’s nearing the end of my last semester, I thought I’d blog about something I’ve been thinking about lately: dealing with final projects. 1) Make lists, lots … Continue reading

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Wendell Berry: Eating Responsibly, Pt. 5: The Economy and Technology of Industrial Food

Originally posted on The Hungry Gap:
In his justly famous essay, The Pleasures of Eating, Kentucky farmer, poet and essayist, Wendell Berry lists seven things we can all do to eat responsibly–even if we live in the big city.  I…

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Cover Letters – 4 Things

Since this week we’re discussing lit mags and journals in my 405 class (Literary Citizenship), and since I co-edit a small online magazine, I thought I would contribute to the topic of cover letters. Below are four things (in no … Continue reading

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