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The best articles are ones that are a list of tips, contain “how to” in the title, or seems to indicate it will be simple to pick up some quick facts from. For most articles, I only need three main points. I find them as soon as possible.As long-time readers know, I captured my formula for writing the list article ("listicles" as they are called derisively) in several articles...it looks like this:
If I can not find them in ezine articles, I then go to wikipedia. For each main point I find, I then jot down two or three single words/short phrases for every point. These are reminders of the things I will cover to support the main point. Once I get two or three key ideas from each point I go to work on writing the article. Source
Reason #1 - The CTO pretended that a new technology innovation was evil to District leadership to avoid implementation.
“In conclusion,” Mark Zorin said, “We shouldn’t use GoogleApps for Education because it exposes our critical data to the cloud, will certainly result in FERPA violations, and we won’t be able to archive staff or student email."
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