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How I Use Copy + Paste To Make Myself a Better Writer

Hint: it’s not plagiarism

A man with his head stuck in a copy machine — How I Use Copy + Paste To Make Myself a Better Writer
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I use Copy + Paste to make myself a better writer.

That sounds terrible, I know. Downright unethical and maybe even illegal. But I’m not confessing to plagiarism.

And I would never advocate that you steal anyone else’s work. That’s just wrong. Instead, Copy + Paste is a method I…




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