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stuartle
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HI I am just wondering what people think of this idea.. I am thinking of setting up a blog/forum website dedicated to rrtcm and basically what I what do do is work through the book telling my tale of the rrtcm what difficulties I come across what I do to practise what patter/presentation I come up with for the tricks.. and then people can add their experiences knowledge patter/presentation ideas to help others along the way.. STuart
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Sounds great! Go for it...
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Go for it! Id sure love that
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Could be very interesting. Sometimes we forget that other people are working on the same things. One person might have a workaround for something that has another stumped. Sometimes it can be as simple as changing a grip or repositioning one finger. Great idea.
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You could start a Blog in the 'Time after time' forum here at the Café.

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Awesome will look forward to it as I am working my way through the book myself! Let us know when and where it will be !!

:) Smile
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On 2011-03-25 07:17, mdaniels wrote:
Already done http://sleightly.com/blog/annotated-roya......d-magic/


Indeed, but this doesn't mean Stuartle's won't be useful or helpful, particularly for him as a beginner (I'm making an assumption here).

I think go for it, it'll be interesting to see what you find and what others have to say in response. I kinda wish I had done this when I started with RRTCM, although I suppose it's not too late!
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On 2011-03-25 10:18, Amonod wrote:
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On 2011-03-25 07:17, mdaniels wrote:
Already done http://sleightly.com/blog/annotated-roya......d-magic/


Indeed, but this doesn't mean Stuartle's won't be useful or helpful, particularly for him as a beginner (I'm making an assumption here).

I think go for it, it'll be interesting to see what you find and what others have to say in response. I kinda wish I had done this when I started with RRTCM, although I suppose it's not too late!


I was trying to help, I never said that won't be useful or helpful.
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For what it's worth, my major reason for wanting to annotate Royal Road was simply because I didn't think there was enough honest discussion about the book. So, personally, I applaud stuartle's decision and look forward to reading what he has to say.
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I am glad you responded with that link Amonod, it certainly helped me.
I have been working through this book and reading others viewpoints and
thoughts is very insightful to me.

If you decide to do one stuartle, I would be very interested in following
and participating in the conversation. Please post up the link if you do.

Mike
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I think it sounds like a great idea. Everyone in the magic world has their own strengths and weaknesses from beginner to seasoned pro. There will always be something new to learn or a way to "tweak" any move to fit one persons personal style. So I say go for it as well, I'm sure many will want to hear about your journey as well as telling you tales of theirs.

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Simple and great idea, maybe an apposite section could be created for this kind of topic. So that All major book could be discussed and people take the best from them
What do you think?
Maybe in the secret section or book one. even if it is not as practical as a blog.
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I think this is a great idea I am also reading RRTCM at present so this would be a great help to me
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I would have enjoyed stumbling upon that when I was reading the book, sounds like a great idea. How is it coming along? I needed someone to advise me to slow down when I first read it, I was quick to think I had taken everything in, that was not even nearly the case. My first read was a complete waste. Anyway great idea.
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