205 BLOG CLOCK: STACKED + PASTED: Tags List

205 BLOG CLOCK: STACKED + PASTED: Tags List
0 Anchor Post Template Simple Reality Disciplines
QUOTE:
[1]
NOTES:
QUESTIONS for thinking it through:
How could this clarify my Reality?
How could this benefit if added to my Disciplines?
Who needs to hear this?
SOURCES:
[1] This is an anchor post; its purpose is to begin a discussion on a particular topic, anchoring that conversation in the wisdom of the initial quote, which is from
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Raw information:
BLOG CLOCK: STACKED + PASTED: Tags Listed
1. Scanning for input. Clip anything interesting to Evernote. (Output: Inbox)
2. Tag and Bag the Inbox. Add date. Select tags for genre category, topic and proper template. Is this an anchor post quote – a quote to build a post around? Move to proper notebook … project notebook for anchor post content or library for context information. (Output: Anchor Post)
Tags: A.PACT
Anchor = something worth building a post around. If not present, it’s for context at this time.
Project: 1.101 tags, 2.CLAYPOT tags, 6.Wesley tags, 7.Bible tags,
Author: a.  … if important to the post.
Category tags:  bc.(whatever categories are in the blog – the final destination of this post)
Topic: t. tags further describe the topic.
Bags:
Context goes into A.Bin.Library
Anchors go into Work In Progress Stack which contains Active Project Notebooks:
          AmibdextrousChurch (identified by category unless otherwise listed)
          Bin.Wiser101
          Bin.WesleyUpdated
          Commands of Christ
          Dissertation.
          Monday School
          Productivity101
3. Add template identified by the tag to an anchor post. Add material into the template; fill in the blanks. Add thesis sentences and questions which could become paragraphs.
(Output: Templated First Draft)
List of Templates:
4. Context – expand with material from Evernote Context and from a second scan for it with Google. (Use target phrases in quotes.) Arrange new material with thesis statements for paragraphs or list separately as quotes.
(Output: Expanded Draft)
5. Kueker the material by connecting the information with my insights. Add bridging statements to create a draft, adding connecting input, discussion questions, etc. Add personal stories or experiences. Finish filling in the template.
(Output: Personalized Draft)
6.1. Editor function for source footnotes and other information needed prior to posting. Format. Give credit. Utilize critical voice to clean up inconsistencies.
(Output: Perfected Draft)
6.2. Draft finished in Evernote. Check grammar, spelling. Read aloud. Ready to Post.
(Output: Final Draft)
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