Monthly Archives: November 2013

Fortune’s Formula – Part 7: The Final Step

Evaluation As a procedural step for the design and construction of physical products, evaluation has a certain…”Well, duh.” quality to it. We can’t help but examine our creations, photograph them, make mental notes about what satisfies us (or not). For … Continue reading

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Fortune’s Formula – Part 6

Documentation Tis the season for building, that’s for sure. In between starting an editing and formatting business with a good writing friend, and working on my novel, which releases in serial form this December, I’ve been clocking time in the … Continue reading

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Fortune’s Formula – Part 5

Let’s get building! ..erm, writing. Let’s get writing. Up til now, we’ve focused on our project’s purpose, size, appearance, and substance. What kind of story are we telling and how long will it (most likely) be? How many different ideas … Continue reading

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