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Mathieu Plourde

Tim Urban: What Happens In The Brain Of An Extreme Procrastinator? : NPR - 0 views

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    "Blogger Tim Urban explains his process of extreme procrastination in which his brain wages war between instant gratification and the moment of pure panic just before a deadline."
Mathieu Plourde

Creating A Comic Style For Learning - 0 views

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    "Comics are also great at abstracting away details so that readers uses their imagination to focus on what they want. You draw a character simply so that the readers can insert themselves or someone they know and relate to the character. This abstracted style of art also leaves room for comics to be incredibly expressive. Whether it's a smiley face, the dynamic motion of a superhero, or Charlie Brown missing a football, the medium communicates a lot with very little."
Mathieu Plourde

7 Best Tools to Create Comic Strips Online - 1 views

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    "Comics have also been used to address social issues as well. They have done so over the years and while having controversial story lines they have helped to raise awareness about important issues. A comic can be an easy way to put your views (or make a joke easily!) and grab readers attention. If you can make your visitor smile, all the better. An engaged, smiling visitor will crawl longer and will be more likely to remember you."
meg Grotti

CSPD Comics - 0 views

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    Bound by Law... great exploration (in comic book form!) of fair use and copyright for film makers!
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