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Sketching with a Sharpie

Fun for me is building the first vision of a new script with a marker and a big pad of paper. Jason Fried, from 37signals, reminded me how it also helps to ignore the details that cripples many writers early in the process.

Oldie But Goodie: Sketching with a Sharpie

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