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H A C K

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Sheri Edwards

on 12 July 2014

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H A C K
http://
dictionary
.reference.com/browse/
hack
http://impedagogy.com/wp/blog/2014/07/12/cannablizing-the-wreckage-of-the-self-processproductembodiedverbal/
I choose the relevant:
that meaning
closest to writing
I'm not violent.
I'm not randomly
chopping.
I'm precise.
I'm carefully
cutting clutter.
I'm searching for
essence.
I'm re-creating
for intensity.
I'm skillfully
modifying
what was
or
devising
anew
with
parts;
I'm
hacking
my writing
to
constructive
Consider
the goals
From
@dogtrax:
back to the idea of
making things work better
("white hat" hackers who emerged from the MIT and Stanford labs at the dawn of the computing age), and sometimes that concept of hacking means

looking at our own work
.
I think of this concept as something

beyond the art of revision, of diving in to make a piece of work better through editing

-- I see this more as a

re-imagining

of our compositions, adding a layer on top to

make it something new, seeing how changes can alter the meaning, changing directions
. Is this merely "
remixing
" by another name?

https://plus.google.com/114657917744130882099/posts/QagjQaPfXbz


Classroom
Thoughts
Critical
Thinking
:
Looking
to better writing;
re-imagine it;
see its new meanings;
perhaps how it's
changed us;
by cutting precisely;
re-arranging
re-imagining;
one's own or with others
Know
Hacking

From
Deanna Mascle
:
When there are no words or characters to waste then you must
weigh each word
– sometimes each character – carefully. This sort of
wordsmithery
is fun and addicting, but also important work for writers. I can spill words effortlessly, but
careful crafting
is something else…

-I knew that
changing the medium
and forcing them to
interact
with an
audience
would help them as they wrote and revised.

http://metawriting.deannamascle.com/hacking-our-writing/

Know this:
We
Hack
Writing:

Skillfully
modify or devise

modify: change
devise: create / renew

to make
the message
better
different
precise

Go forth
and hack:
Make the
ideas
better.
Make the
words
better.
Make the
world
better.
Language Evolves
Evolving:
destructive
HACK:
Hack Consideration:
A Definition
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