Thursday, November 15, 2007

BTT, New Contest, and Quiz



Today’s question comes from Conspiracy-Girl:
I’m still relatively new to this meme so I’m not sure if this has been asked yet, but I’m curious how many of us write notes in our books. Are you a Footprint Leaver or a Preservationist?

Unless we're talking about college and things I had to read for class, I never mark in my books. When I'm doing research for a story, I use lots and lots of post-it notes. Now, when I was in college I tended to take almost all my notes right in the book... next to the passage we were going over (I was a literature major). It really came in handy during my Shakespeare class, because we were able to use the books in the final, but not our notebooks :-)
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Your Brain is Purple

Of all the brain types, yours is the most idealistic.
You tend to think wild, amazing thoughts. Your dreams and fantasies are intense.
Your thoughts are creative, inventive, and without boundaries.

You tend to spend a lot of time thinking of fictional people and places - or a very different life for yourself.

3 comments:

GeraniumCat said...

Yes, I remember being able to take my annotated Shakespeare into an exam - there's so much to keep track of that it was really necessary. It was probably the first time I ever made notes in a book!

gautami tripathy said...

With Shakespeare, one needs to write in the margin. I too did my share of it in school and when I was doing my PG in English Lit.

pussreboots said...

When I need to take notes I am also a fan of Post-it notes. I like the flags too. Happy BTT.