5 Interesting Links for 12-04-2015

Behavior (Cats)

Ten important facts you may not know about cats even if you love them. (Via Facebook)

ADHD (Creativity)

While not every aspect of this list clicks for me, a good number of them do, and the others I’ve seen in my friends with similar hyperactivity issues. It’s worth reading whether for validation or to help understand someone you know.
http://www.goforhealth.co/2015/11/02/20-things-only-adhd-highly-creative-people-would-understand/ (ALT LINK as goforhealth is undergoing maintenance. http://kanelesser.com/2015/11/08/20-things-only-adhd-highly-creative-people-would-understand/)

Death (Life)

The fascinating, if sad, story of a New York City man pieced together as the city tried to figure out how to close out his estate once he died.

Cars (Technology)

An interesting look at some of the consequences to the auto-driving cars focusing on the ethics of calculated loss. (Via Twitter)

Self-Editing (Writing)

A decent list of things to address when doing your first edit pass. I do this pass by making comments on a Kindle eBook because it gives me the distance to see them, though I won’t always make the suggested changes for tone reasons. Do be careful about editing a story incorrectly when following a list too closely. (Via Facebook)

A Country Masquerade by Margaret McGaffey Fisk

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2 Responses to 5 Interesting Links for 12-04-2015

  1. Erin says:

    “The requested URL /2015/11/02/20-things-only-adhd-highly-creative-people-would-understand/ was not found on this server.” FYI

    Nice collection of links.

    Here’s another self-editing post you might like: http://word-whores.blogspot.com/2015/11/done-drafting-your-book-hooray-but-now.html

    • Margaret McGaffey Fisk says:

      Thanks for the note :). It was working last night, but they appear to be reinstalling WordPress, so it may be a temporary thing. Found a reblogging though.

      And thanks for the post too. I’ll read it over soon.

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