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People Who Care, People Who Don’t

by Megan M. on June 12, 2009 · View Comments (Blog) |

Regular posts will be returning soon. Thank you to everyone who’s sent me a sweet email or IM or Tweet instructing me to get back on the freaking job. I have been working my ASS off, I’m almost ready for things to go back to normal (read: get really crazy in a brand new way), [...]


Communication Goodness!

by Megan M. on November 18, 2008 · View Comments (Blog) |

I had a lot of fun listening in on Pace & Kyeli’s Communication for the Holidays course tonight. It’s pretty awesomely fun, and useful in all the ways I’ve come to associate with the Usual Error Project. And it’s pretty handy that I can sign up and still get some work done, when I’m really [...]

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People I Adore: Triiibes (part three)

by Megan M. on October 27, 2008 · View Comments (Blog) |

You know, I meant to write up one post about the new links in my sidebar, and look what happened! You see, the problem here is just that they’re all too awesome. I can’t fit any of them into the paragraphs I wrote, much less a few sentences that would have allowed me to make [...]

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People I Adore (part one)

by Megan M. on October 25, 2008 · View Comments (Blog) |

A shift is starting to happen in my design, in my content, and in the way the elements of me all interact. I’m not going to explain the big picture until I’m ready, but I am going to tell you why I added so many links to Virtual Magpie and to this site in the [...]

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Terrified (Out of Habit)

by Megan M. on October 17, 2008 · View Comments (Blog) |

My first speech at Toastmasters (I know, took me long enough!) is scheduled for Monday morning, bright and early. I’m serious when I say bright and early. The meeting itself starts at 6:45 am, which forces me to make good on my 5:15 am wake-up blabber. Nice to have the universe looking out for me. [...]

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The Usual Error (Blog!)

by Megan M. on November 19, 2007 · View Comments (Blog) |

I read something recently about it being relatively pointless to fill a statement with extra question marks or exclamation points. It said you only need one instance of any given punctuation mark, and more is not better. I think in the case of the Usual Error, I tend to push this boundary the hardest. ;} [...]

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A Little Perspective

by Megan M. on October 24, 2007 (Blog) |

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