Most people don’t want to be the uncool one to raise their hand and ask a question, but in many cases we really should. These occasional “Raise Your Hand and Ask” posts highlight cool “buzzwords” you may have heard. My aim isn’t just to explain what they mean (that you can look up), but also why they matter.
You may have heard of quantum computing, and the related term qubit, but what is a qubit?
Wikipedia describes a qubit as the quantum analogue of the classical bit (can store a 0 or a 1). In other words, normal computers have bits, and quantum computers have qubits (can be a 0 or a 1 or both at the same time per quantum mechanics!)
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Greg Smith is a writing coach, editor, and publisher. He founded the Agile Writer Workshop in 2011 with the mission of finding a method to help beginning writers complete a first-draft in 6 months. The Agile Writer Method is based upon the writings of experts in mythology, screenwriting, psychology, and a little project management. He also co-authored the Reel Heroes series; books on heroes in the movies.
His seminars on the Agile Writer Method have informed and delighted thousands of writers, scholars, and university students. Since 2011, Agile Writer authors have completed dozens of first draft novels and 10 published novels. Greg is a developmental editor for novelists and memoirists. He also coaches authors through the self-publishing maze. Greg runs the popular Agile Readers Book Club where new writers can get a 'beta' read from a dozen or more readers. Greg can be reached at email@example.com and http://AgileWriters.com.
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