As a technical writer, I often drop the "technical" on the weekends and get creative. Since it's Friday, the following is a lighthearted LimeHow tidbit on ways that you can do the same.
Haiku is a traditional Japanese form of poetry. It traditionally has a structure (in English) of three lines kept to 5 syllables, 7 syllables and 5 again for the final line. Like the Limelight network, Haiku is clean and efficient and one is encouraged to be inventive and original. The goal is to "capture and distill a fleeting image" just like Instagram. See, you thought Haiku was old stuff.
There are two guides to creating a moving Haiku.
1. Show a juxtaposition such as something large with something small.
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Limelight hit traffic record
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2. Illustrate how the environment relates to the human condition.
Birds Of A Feather
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Now go to your weekend with creative purpose. Send me your Haiku in comments and it may make next Friday's blog.