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Principles of Readability

March 30, 2013 by


DuBay, William H. “The principles of readability.” Impact Information (2004): 1-76. Key Passages Findings:  What is readability? Readability is what makes some texts easier to read than others. It is often confused with legibility, which concerns typeface and layout.  George Klare (1963) defines readability as “the ease of understanding or comprehension due to the style […]

Tracking Racism Project: Betty Bowers Explains Traditional Marriage

March 25, 2013 by


Since I come through a lot of media everyday and have little time to comment, I feel the need to issue as many short posts as possible discussing little ephemera which I come across in social media that give me “a bad feeling”, especially in regards to representation of people from races and ethnicities that […]

Meeting and Working with Marin Yann on his Memoir, The Last One

March 22, 2013 by


I edited all the contents and copy of this book.  A portion of my Saturdays 2012 and 2013 had been dedicated to the Starbucks in Signal Hill, Cyclo Noodles, Hometown Buffet, and the Dragon Club in Long Beach.  Mostly there by my side was the River Woman.  Always there was Marin Yann, author of the […]