Sunday, March 29, 2009

Reading an article from bottom to top

This is what I often do to make my brain and imagination free from the idea of the article that the author tells as a *fact*. Since each article has its idea (otherwise it's a garbage), and in most cases it is written at the end, I can easily find the idea by just looking at the final part of the article and read the rest of the document thinking in what way the author is trying to convince the reader, not unquestioningly believing it. I do it not only when I see editorials, I do it whenever I feel "looks good but something is weird", or there are too many methods and everything looks fine by itself. I can take the idea, or ignore it, or modify it, or whatever.

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