Keeping with the NPR Three Minute Fiction theme of someone must tell a joke and someone must cry I let that guide this week’s fiction too. No time for splainin’ just read it!
Yesterday was the deadline for NPR’s 6th Round of Three Minute Fiction. Tick tock on the clock, but the fiction don’t stop. I’m done.
There are a bajillion ways to prepare for an interview. One is to think about what kind of questions you’ll be asked, among the most popular are: – Why should be hire you? – What are your strengths/weaknesses? – Where do you see yourself in the next 5/10 years?
We interrupt your scheduled programming for: Two-and-a-half-minute Fact Prahject. On this Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Feb. 17, 2011, I thought it only made sense to post something far greater than fiction. Today’s offering is per an NPR story about Clarence Jones, an Alabama lawyer who helped MLK draft the “I Have a Dream” speech. … Continue reading