Half of You Will Make This Mistake: You’ll Neglect Blank Lines

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January 31, 2019

Half of You Will Make This Mistake: You’ll Neglect Blank Lines

White space is a writer’s best friend.

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Jonathan Rick

January 31, 2019
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  4. 1. He’s extremely likable. While he is very smart, able,

    and passionate about all the work that he’s done, none of these words are the first adjectives that those who have worked with Pichai will use to describe him. In interviews with those who Pichai has worked for, who he has worked with, and those who have worked under him, all praise the new CEO as being extremely soft-spoken, captivating, and well liked in the professional environment. 2. He’s loyal. Once Pichai started to rise up the ranks of Google, people started to pay attention. Not just people within the company, but high- ranking executives of other major tech giants were noticing this Indian executive and the alluring, yet precise way in which he conducted business. Both Twitter and Microsoft approached Pichai with upscale offers (Twitter has done this twice so far) before he was even given the title of Product Chief in October of 2014. Yet Pichai’s commitment and loyalty to his work and Google as a whole kept him zeroed in on the company’s mission, brushing away other offers without much of a second thought. 3. He’s team-centric. Many savants, especially after realizing their skills and expertise, can become self-centered — sometimes to the point where it negatively affects their work. The opposite is true with Pichai.
  5. 1. He’s extremely likable. While he is very smart, able,

    and passionate about all the work that he’s done, none of these words are the first adjectives that those who have worked with Pichai will use to describe him. In interviews with those who Pichai has worked for, who he has worked with, and those who have worked under him, all praise the new CEO as being extremely soft-spoken, captivating, and well liked in the professional environment. 2. He’s loyal. Once Pichai started to rise up the ranks of Google, people started to pay attention. Not just people within the company, but high- ranking executives of other major tech giants were noticing this Indian executive and the alluring, yet precise way in which he conducted business. Both Twitter and Microsoft approached Pichai with upscale offers (Twitter has done this twice so far) before he was even given the title of Product Chief in October of 2014. Yet Pichai’s commitment and loyalty to his work and Google as a whole kept him zeroed in on the company’s mission, brushing away other offers without much of a second thought. 3. He’s team-centric. Many savants, especially after realizing their skills and expertise, can become self-centered — sometimes to the point where it negatively affects their work. The opposite is true with Pichai.
  6. 1. He’s extremely likable. While he is very smart, able,

    and passionate about all the work that he’s done, none of these words are the first adjectives that those who have worked with Pichai will use to describe him. In interviews with those who Pichai has worked for, who he has worked with, and those who have worked under him, all praise the new CEO as being extremely soft-spoken, captivating, and well liked in the professional environment. 2. He’s loyal. Once Pichai started to rise up the ranks of Google, people started to pay attention. Not just people within the company, but high- ranking executives of other major tech giants were noticing this Indian executive and the alluring, yet precise way in which he conducted business. Both Twitter and Microsoft approached Pichai with upscale offers (Twitter has done this twice so far) before he was even given the title of Product Chief in October of 2014. Yet Pichai’s commitment and loyalty to his work and Google as a whole kept him zeroed in on the company’s mission, brushing away other offers without much of a second thought. 3. He’s team-centric. Many savants, especially after realizing their skills and expertise, can become self-centered — sometimes to the point where it negatively affects their work. The opposite is true with Pichai. Insert blank line
  7. 1. He’s extremely likable. While he is very smart, able,

    and passionate about all the work that he’s done, none of these words are the first adjectives that those who have worked with Pichai will use to describe him. In interviews with those who Pichai has worked for, who he has worked with, and those who have worked under him, all praise the new CEO as being extremely soft-spoken, captivating, and well liked in the professional environment. 2. He’s loyal. Once Pichai started to rise up the ranks of Google, people started to pay attention. Not just people within the company, but high- ranking executives of other major tech giants were noticing this Indian executive and the alluring, yet precise way in which he conducted business. Both Twitter and Microsoft approached Pichai with upscale offers (Twitter has done this twice so far) before he was even given the title of Product Chief in October of 2014. Yet Pichai’s commitment and loyalty to his work and Google as a whole kept him zeroed in on the company’s mission, brushing away other offers without much of a second thought. 3. He’s team-centric. Many savants, especially after realizing their skills and expertise, can become self-centered — sometimes to the point where it negatively affects their work. The opposite is true with Pichai. Insert blank line
  8. 1. He’s extremely likable. While he is very smart, able,

    and passionate about all the work that he’s done, none of these words are the first adjectives that those who have worked with Pichai will use to describe him. In interviews with those who Pichai has worked for, who he has worked with, and those who have worked under him, all praise the new CEO as being extremely soft-spoken, captivating, and well liked in the professional environment. 2. He’s loyal. Once Pichai started to rise up the ranks of Google, people started to pay attention. Not just people within the company, but high- ranking executives of other major tech giants were noticing this Indian executive and the alluring, yet precise way in which he conducted business. Both Twitter and Microsoft approached Pichai with upscale offers (Twitter has done this twice so far) before he was even given the title of Product Chief in October of 2014. Yet Pichai’s commitment and loyalty to his work and Google as a whole kept him zeroed in on the company’s mission, brushing away other offers without much of a second thought. 3. He’s team-centric. Many savants, especially after realizing their skills and expertise, can become self-centered — sometimes to the point where it negatively affects their work. The opposite is true with Pichai. Insert blank line Insert blank line
  9. 1. He’s extremely likable. While he is very smart, able,

    and passionate about all the work that he’s done, none of these words are the first adjectives that those who have worked with Pichai will use to describe him. In interviews with those who Pichai has worked for, who he has worked with, and those who have worked under him, all praise the new CEO as being extremely soft-spoken, captivating, and well liked in the professional environment. 2. He’s loyal. Once Pichai started to rise up the ranks of Google, people started to pay attention. Not just people within the company, but high-ranking executives of other major tech giants were noticing this Indian executive and the alluring, yet precise way in which he conducted business. Both Twitter and Microsoft approached Pichai with upscale offers (Twitter has done this twice so far) before he was even given the title of Product Chief in October of 2014. Yet Pichai’s commitment and loyalty to his work and Google as a whole kept him zeroed in on the company’s mission, brushing away other offers without much of a second thought. 3. He’s team-centric. Many savants, especially after realizing their skills and expertise, can become self-centered — sometimes to the point where it negatively affects their work. The opposite is true with Pichai. 1. He’s extremely likable. While he is very smart, able, and passionate about all the work that he’s done, none of these words are the first adjectives that those who have worked with Pichai will use to describe him. In interviews with those who Pichai has worked for, who he has worked with, and those who have worked under him, all praise the new CEO as being extremely soft-spoken, captivating, and well liked in the professional environment. 2. He’s loyal. Once Pichai started to rise up the ranks of Google, people started to pay attention. Not just people within the company, but high-ranking executives of other major tech giants were noticing this Indian executive and the alluring, yet precise way in which he conducted business. Both Twitter and Microsoft approached Pichai with upscale offers (Twitter has done this twice so far) before he was even given the title of Product Chief in October of 2014. Yet Pichai’s commitment and loyalty to his work and Google as a whole kept him zeroed in on the company’s mission, brushing away other offers without much of a second thought. 3. He’s team-centric. Many savants, especially after realizing their skills and expertise, can become self-centered — sometimes to the point where it negatively affects their work. The opposite is true with Pichai.
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