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David Wallace-Wells has a long interview with William Gibson on the Art of Fiction in the Paris Review. The interview concludes Do you think of your last three books as being science fiction? GIBSON No, I think of them as attempts … Continue reading
Sustainability and resilience are trans-disciplinary research areas that require communication among people from many different backgrounds. Communication benefits from being clear, and avoiding unnecessary jargon. Sometimes making the efforts to articulate thoughts clearly can significantly advance disciplinary knowledge. Chemical oceanographer … Continue reading
George Gopen and Judith Swan write in the American Scientist (Nov/Dec 1990) about The Science of Scientific Writing. They write that complex thoughts can be made accessible and clear without minimizing their complexity if a set of structural principles are … Continue reading