Buildawhale Curation Digest 04/16/18
Top 8 Best Tips for Drawing Animals
-=- There are a few things one looks for in an excellent post. Those are originality, depth, useful knowledge for the reader, and clear and concise, among other things. One article that fits into this category is one by @vaansteam. His gives 8 tips for drawing animals. You definitely need to learn from one of the best, and I would have to say that he is one of them for sure. Try out his tips and see how your attempt compares. -=-
The Movement: Striving to Thriving. Who's in?
-=- @tressareid shares with us her perspective on learning and growth of our knowledge. She discusses how teaching one self is the best type of learning. And I would have to agree. I have learned the most about certain topics, like programming, from studying experimenting my self. While I have taken classes, it seems that the best knowledge is what we want to focus on and learn our selves.
She also discusses crypto-currencies and how she feels they can change society. Including through entrepreneurship, a means for lower classes to invest, decentralized power and a few others. Check them out. -=-
The End of Karma
-=- A very interesting take and rant on Karma by @atmosblack. He talks about religious takes on the term and different varieties. His points are valid, thought I do not agree with there ever being an end to Karma. But that's because of my teachings being that Karma is just Cause and Effect. And that isnt something you can end. But none the less this is an amazing opinion piece that is still educational and a good read. -=-
❓ Answering Common Questions: An Easy to Use New User Resource Library ❗
-=- I have been a huge fan of @sykochica since my early days on steem. She is always there to help and respond to the new users. She is very patient and helpful and once again she brings more knowledge to people in need. She has compiled a list of questions and answers in a google doc that can be updated to share all great tips. We can all learn from one of the best. -=-
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