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Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Channeling Liam—Yellow Highlighters

Click here for the "Channeling Liam" Resource Center—(all posts available)
Click here for the introduction to the Round and Square series "Channeling Liam" (coming soon)
This is a "small" (小) post—click here for an explanation of Round and Square post lengths.
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One year ago on Round and Square (16 January 2012)—Just Do It Over: Mahler's Ninth Cellphony
Two years ago on Round and Square (16 January 2011)—Wonder Wines: Resource Center

[a] Liamspeak PD
I don't know who you are, 
but I will find you...

...and I will tell you that using a highlighter in a book 
does not by its very nature "mess up" the book. 

Just be neat.

If you are meticulous, the lines can be 
smooth and unobtrusive—highlighting key passages and not creating 
the unsightly mess I see in used college textbooks. 
[b] Wrong! Use the tip for a clean line. RF

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