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Max Atkinson's BlogMax Atkinson's Blog

Jottings about public speaking, presentation, conversation and anything els...

 
Clarity: Simple. Transparent. Social. Sustainable.Clarity: Simple. Transparent. Social. Sustainable.

My personal passion has always been around the integration of different lea...

 
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Marketing Unleashed: inspired marketing for savvy marketers. Tips, advice a...

 
Being BetaBeing Beta

Exercises in the higher banter with One of 26. Elsewhere called 'poet ...

 
Graphic Communication Designer Adam AtkinsonGraphic Communication Designer Adam Atkinson

Explorations and Finding of Graphic Communication Designer Adam Atkinson

 


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Before there was LOL and TLDR and STFU, we had other abbreviations that helped us to quickly and easily convey ideas. These still have a useful place in our writing, because they still help us quickly and easily convey ideas. They are i.e. and e.g.,...

If you’re at a house or business, it’s easy enough to communicate where you are: just give an address or a google-able name. But if you’re trying to meet someone at their blanket on the beach, or telling a friend where in the woods you’re los...

What do Donald Trump, Flavor Flav and Elmo have in common? There may be multiple acceptable answers to this question, but the one we’re looking for today is that they all have been known to talk about themselves in the third person. Now, that’s n...

No one can recognize our relentless misuse of the English language quite like an editor. Misplace a modifier, and your editor will (hopefully) let you know. Over-use intensifiers such as “very,” “just,” and “really,” and your editor will...

Once in a while, you just feel like laying down to take a nap, right? No, you do not. You have just committed the (common) sin of mixing up your lays and your lies. Read more...

Your kid makes a friend. You meet the friend’s parent. You like that parent, a lot. You start scheduling playdates, mostly for the kids but also for you. Then your partners meet and they like each other, which means now you can all spend your weeke...