But it’s not and I’ll tell you why. The thing is I’m really good at distracting myself by making some type of resource, like a graphic or spreadsheet, to help me process. But what I’m really doing is just delaying the whole processing part.
The format of my first #HortonFreire (we officially have a hashtag) post was mostly commentary on everything I highlighted in Chapter 2, and, well, I highlighted much more in Chapter 3. So rather than sticking with that format, I decided to type out all of my highlighted quotes into a spreadsheet. My thought was that this might help me see themes and maybe I could share the resource with others as we tend to want to use the same quotes as it might saving others some typing time.
It’s small, the number of use cases are slim-to-none, and the world would have probably done just fine without it. But it’s there. The page is live at adamcroom.com/hortonfreire. The code is on Github if you want add quotes or fix my spelling errors (thanks Alan and John, for already doing so).
I guess that Chapter 3 post will have to wait until tomorrow…