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…is an internet connection. It seems that the rain causes our phone lines to act up, which in turn prevent me from connecting to the internet long enough or well enough to load even a single site. Dial-up internet is … Continue reading
(ETA: Title changed to save me from unintended search hits.) First off, this was not the column I planned to write. That column was all about scenes. It was very informative, or so I like to think. But it ended … Continue reading
First, let me talk about what I got in the demonstration then I will say a few words about Breathing Life. My hope was to see how different archetypes could color Heather and maybe figure out which one felt closest … Continue reading
I pared my list of archetypes down to just three, which I saw as being the most wildly divergent while still being plausible. Heather might have elements of Pygmalion in her personality, but they’re not exactly central to her character … Continue reading