||[Oct. 14th, 2004|04:05 pm]
The Question Club
I was searching through some of my old school stuff and came across an outline I had made when I was in the eighth grade. We were studying the US Constitution, and I had decided to outline its main points and principles while I took notes. It is not an overview that simply gives a general idea of what each section says, as I have found on many sites, but a bare-bones presentation of the facts, without all of the extra rhetoric found in the original Consitution. I didn't finish it, but I did get to the end of Article II; I have been thinking about eventually finishing it, but I'm not able to at the moment.|
My question is, would any of you ever use something like this? I think that it's a really neat idea, but I probably won't use it much now, and so I thought I might put it on my website in my resources section (it's dedicated to art-related stuff at the moment, but I had been planning to change that anyway). Do you guys think anyone would use this? For studying, maybe, or anything else? I don't want to put it up there if no one will use it.