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  3. Kathy Sena - Parent Talk Today

    Michelle, terrific post. Very helpful. I’ve been typing notes directly into a Word document during interviews, and using a headset on my office phone to free up both hands for typing. Works great. I like the split-screen idea, too. Heading over to check out your other post on this. Great tips here! Thanks.

  4. Kerry

    typing notes while interviewing just doesn’t work for me — I find it distracting. to do the best interview and then write the best story, I need to listen, not just to the information, but to the cadence of speech, the pauses, the whole context of the spoken conversation.

  5. Write This Way, Condensed: Top Writing and Editing Links for July 29, 2010 « Write Livelihood

    […] More tips for writing fast | WordCount Michelle Rafter discusses a couple of ways to cut corners (safely) and get drafts put together quickly without sacrificing quality. […]

  6. copymarket

    Wonderful tips especially for all the beginners. Thanks for sharing with us.

  7. Time’s up! | Citizen Journalism: Standing out from the crowd

    […] I’ve come across many others who experience the same feelings when it comes to writing. Some suggestions I’ve found include outlining stories in your head rather than plotting them out on paper. […]

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