I’ve got a secret I’ve been meaning to get out for a while. I told myself it was only once and I wouldn’t do it again, but over the past few months, I have constantly found myself in the same place. Even though I feel like a horrible, sorry excuse of a human being afterwards, it never changes.
Where does life go? I hadn’t even realized I had gotten to the end of the week without posting; I guess I had been putting off posting so long, that hours eventually turned into 7 days turned into a week. Time doesn’t usually move this fast, but I guess this week was special. Continue reading “Stream of Thoughts”→
You may have noticed that my SOAPSTone posts vary in relevance to the actually “SOAPSTone-ing”: I’m usually not using SOAPSTone, but rather, just discussing an aspect of SOAPSTone. Today (it’s actually almost tomorrow where I am), I’m going to talk about audience a bit. Continue reading “SOAPSTone: 09/30 – 10/06”→
This week I want to talk about the rhetorical situation and address “The Myth of Direct Discourse” once again, which was previously mentioned in “Of Words and Wizards”. I feel like the best example I could use to demonstrate direct discourse, or rather, the effects that a lack of direct discourse can incur, occurs in the popular Disney film, Frozen.