The power of written word

The power of the written word

Why write?

Because people love to read anything, anywhere and at anytime. And it works.

What’s the point of having a blog if you already have a website? Good question.

In the age of accelerated technology and devices that don’t have a name yet, the importance of the written word is just as paramount as it was in the biblical times.

The gentleman in the picture, Ferris State University professor emeritus Vaclav Konecny is reading the Count of Monte Cristo in French for the third time on the beach in Venice, while his daughter Emma Palova is working on blogs EW Emma’s Writings at http://emmapalova.com inside the condo. Is it a sign of changing times?

Because people love to read anywhere, anything, anytime

Because people love to read anywhere, anything, anytime

How do we connect with other people? And how do we connect important words that properly convey the message. Think of the power of the following three-word sentence.

“I love you.”

How do we connect the information to the right people?

A picture may be worth a thousand words at the moment to those who know what it’s about, but what about three generations later that same picture will have nothing to say on its own merit without knowing who was in it or why was it taken.

This blog will tackle all of these questions and provide a platform for tips, advise, comments and feedback as well as networking.

 

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