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52 Projects by Jeffrey Yamaguchi
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Sep 13, 2007

it was ok
bookshelves: 2007
Recommended for: myself in ninth grade
Read in September, 2007

Some of it was okay, but a lot of the "project" ideas were without regard to the boundaries of other people. Snapshots of sleeping lovers and friends, taping a conversation and then sending it to the person you were speaking with years later... hmm. I suppose it's up to the project maker to decide where to take something, though.

Some of the projects seemed straight from a beginning writer's workshop and didn't seem sparkling or creative enough to warrant inclusion in yet another book.

Overall, this was an okay book. I was surprised I didn't like it more. I really like his website!

(I did like the idea of holding a parallel parking competition and videotaping the whole thing. That could be very comical.)

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