“Always, from the beginning, and I think back to my first–I had two master’s degrees and both were writing projects. It’s the act of discovery, of course, that in the process of writing I clarify, I find information and then I create ideas or connections that I wasn’t aware of before. And it’s, you know that’s the thrill of it, that’s the hook and the buzz, the addiction of doing more. And I want to do more and more of that, partly for that reason, because I enjoy that part of it. Of course, in the long run, it’s nice to have it coherently pulled together, and available for reference, or to share.”
Rick Reo is an instructional designer at George Mason.