What makes for good wriiting?
There are many elements that contribute to good writing. Memorable and dynamic word choice, sentence fluency and variety, interesting and creative ideas, and a strong and original voice are some of the most important components of good writing. Each of these elements is necessary to keep the pages turning and the reader engaged. Throughout the first draft and onto the rewriting stages, it's important to keep all of these areas in mind. Doing so will ensure that the finished work is dynamic, balanced, and a strong read overall.
How can I make my wireless connection more secure?
In this world, convenience and innovation often comes packaged with a whole new set of problems. Funny how that works. Wireless networking is no exception. In terms of security, at the very least, I always recommended a password-protected connection at the very least. Open connections are a playground for malicious wannabe hackers, so I never recommend going onto them. Better to go elsewhere. With public connections, everyone has access to the same network and its password, so it's a good idea to use a software-based firewall on your device that protects you from network intrusions. On your own personal network, use WPA instead of WEP password protection. WPA is hands down the better and more secxure choice. When it comes to passwords, come up with something that is at least eight characters long (I personally use almost double that), and have at least one uppercase, one number, and one symbol. Avoid words that could easily be guessed or found out, like your birthsay or family names. Passwords without whole words are even better as long as you can memorize them without too much trouble.
Why are objectives so important to an acting performance?
An objective is the character's need throghout a particular scene. A super objective would be the person's overall need in life. Determining the appropriate objective for a scene in a play or film can make or break the performance. Without them performances drag and go flat. A dynamic objective, though, will make a performance pop, while keeping the audience engaged. This is because watching someone go after something they want is much more compelling then just watching someone behave or emote. The behavior and emotion comes out of the action, not the other way around. Pursuing clear objecitves as an actor proves this time and time again.