Shadow Catchers Art is a masterpiece of an Alabama Maker

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Shadow Catchers Art is a masterpiece of an Alabama Maker

To achieve that goal, the Davises work with artists and art publishing companies from all over the world, finding paintings, photographs, lithographs and other works to adorn the interiors of businesses, homes, hotels, galleries and gift shops. Using only solid wood moldings for the frames and high-tech
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Being Disabled, Getting Around DC Huge Challenge to Overcome

“Parking for the Disabled is a nightmare. First, we need clarification. Second, the parking enforcers need both education and be tested. Third, we need more disability parking. Why can't older folks with disabilities rent parking spaces in front of their homes just as restaurants rent public space?” –James
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STEM at Its Best

They factor in what students could have learned in previous years and they come up with a list of topics relevant to the course. These are published as “standards” and publishers are told they are NOT an outline. Nevertheless, publishers, who want to show that they've hit all the bullet points, use it as an
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Why Is Amazon Not Considered a Monopoly?

Because of Amazon's e-commerce dominance, smaller retailers feel compelled to sell on Amazon's third-party Marketplace platform. Amazon has been accused of using its market position to bully book publishers over prices, and to introduce its own cheaper products when a third-party retailer has a hot
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10th Dibrugarh Book Fair concludes

Dibrugarh, Dec 11: The 10th Dibrugarh Book Fair, 2017, that was organized by Milan Jyoti Sangha in association with All Assam Book Publishers and Sellers Organization, successfully concluded on Sunday. This year's book fair that witnessed better participation from book sellers than the one held two
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Verizon Selects Ericsson for 5G Launch

Verizon has selected Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) to provide networking equipment for their commercial 5G launch. Verizon will deploy the pre-standard 5G commercial radio network and the 5G Core network in select markets in second half of 2018. The companies are demonstrating continued industry
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Warren-Newport Public Library in Gurnee seeking submissions for writing contest

There are four age groups: grades 3, 4 and 5; grades 6, 7 and 8; high school; and adult. First place wins $50, second place wins $30 and third place wins $20. Writers have until March 11 to turn in their work. For more information on how to enter, visit wnpl.info/2018-creative-writing-contest.
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Admiral Launches Self-Service Plans For Adblock Revenue Recovery

NEW YORK, Dec. 11, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Admiral, the world's leading adblock revenue recovery service announced today the launch of its new self-serve platform and pricing models. Designed to speed up the onboarding process, Admiral Self-serve offers digital publishers of all sizes and
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The literature and the landscape: Exploring Cape Cod

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The literature and the landscape: Exploring Cape Cod

Part of the course was Recreation, Park, and Tourism Management 197, in which we studied the principles of 'Leave No Trace' and learned the value of walking as a form of recreation. For me, a Penn State student who has tried to nurture her two academic interests — writing and the environment
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The shifting power dynamics of news on the Web

Large, respectable publishers are still vital to a healthy news industry and indeed a healthy democracy, and they remain the source for much quality journalism, but their role as destination sites has been diminished. This happened partly because of aggressive online advertising techniques, including
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The 5 Habits of Extreme Learners

Mollie Cueva-Dabkoski tried several high schools before settling on the Ruth Asawa School of the Arts in San Francisco, where she pursued her interests in Afro-Brazilian dance and creative writing. At the same time, she also worked on a research study with an entomologist at the California Academy of
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Why researchers sometimes publish their papers in fake scientific journals

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Why researchers sometimes publish their papers in fake scientific journals

These journals publish shoddy research online, often without any peer review. In some cases, they also publish legitimate research from scientists who were duped into thinking they're the real deal — but unlike real journals, predatory ones don't vet, review and give edits to work before it's published.
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How to stop rogue ads that can set you up for malware

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How to stop rogue ads that can set you up for malware

The traditional approach of reporting sketchy content to a site's owner — see, for instance, the 46 pages of posts flagging ”Disruptive Ads” on the popular travel site FlyerTalk, or the frustration publishers voice on Reddit's AdOps subreddit — doesn't work well when there are so many scammers who can
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Rob Lowe Coming To Strathmore Stage

The book was an instant hit, spending consecutive weeks in the top four ofThe New York Times best sellers and making it onto GQ's “Best of 2011” book list. Lowe's second book, Love Life, was published in 2014 and also landed a spot on The New York Times Best Seller list. “I decided to put what would
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Local author finds human connection through his writing

Hessel, a local author and a current senior at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, self-published his latest novel “The Little Green Notebook: Notes About Love and Other Things” this past summer. Using a small note pad he bought from a dollar store, Hessel spent his mornings writing down his
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Local mother-son duo to hold book signing

A local author and her son will debut their book “The Little Lost Nutcracker” at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Newton Public Library. The duo worked as a team as Shannon Cotz wrote the story and her son Vinny, 10, illustrated. Cotz said the road to publishing her first children's book was not always easy, and
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Campion Society Promotes Creative Writing at Ruth's Place

Members of Campion Society, King's College's creative writing club, led writing workshops at Ruth's Place women's shelter throughout the fall semester. The service project culminated with a dinner and reading on December 1, in which club members, creative writing students, and the women shared
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Lanco Acquired, Joining Up With Chocolate Inn/Taylor & Grant

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Lanco Acquired, Joining Up With Chocolate Inn/Taylor & Grant

In January, Chocolate Inn/Taylor & Grant expects to unveil a “Best of Chocolate Inn / Lanco” catalog. The catalog could spotlight best sellers from the businesses. Furthermore, company principals said that new kits that will feature best-selling products from both lines are in the works. “We believe these
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ProfNet Experts Available on Financial Resolutions, Benefit Plans, More

Based in Brentwood, Tenn., Ramsey has authored five New York Times best-sellers, including “The Total Money Makeover,” the go-to book for getting control of money. He's also the host of “The Dave Ramsey Show” (radio and podcast), the third largest talk radio show, with more than 13 million listeners
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Turning Digital Gaming Goods into Liquid Assets with Gameflip

While the sale of direct-from-publisher digital goods generates healthy revenue of $94.4 billion, there's a $1 trillion opportunity in enabling a liquid market for gamer-earned digital goods. In a centralized network where publishers are the gatekeepers to the majority of revenue, direct-from-publisher
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Arteriors opens new lighting showroom at Dallas Market

The new space was designed with the customer journey in mind, not only showcasing products from top-selling lighting categories like chandeliers, sconces and pendants, but also stools, benches and accessories that are a secondary focus for many lighting buyers. Arteriors will host a ribbon cutting
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Thousands of Unknown Authors Are Becoming Bestsellers in Just Two Days

You Everywhere Now, Inc. claims to have created a genuine “Publish & Profit” system making previously unknown business owners, entrepreneurs and professionals #1 Best Sellers with 100% success guaranteed. The company has already helped over 1,500 authors to reach a best seller status and
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Gift guide: Ringing in a local holiday season

And Kitchen Kettle's Best Sellers Butters Box includes apple, pumpkin and sweet potato butters. Both four-packs are $16.99 and can be ordered online at kitchenkettle.com. Kitchen Kettle Village is located at 3529 Old Philadelphia Pike in Intercourse. $$$: If there's someone on your gift list who might be
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'God Gave Me Success — My Next Book Had to Give Something Back to God'

Part memoir, part cautionary tale, and even part self-help work, “God, Faith, and Reason” by best-selling author and conservative radio host Michael Savage is also a diatribe against the Left — and at the same time, an offering to his Old Testament God. “God gave me all my previous success,” he says.
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Annabel Crabb headlines Women in Business Forum

The respected journalist and commentator is the ABC's chief online political writer and hosts the popular TV series Kitchen Cabinet, in which she speaks … to connect Australian women and raise money for the Sydney Story Factory, which delivers free creative writing classes to disadvantaged children.
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From Environmental Writing to the Psychology of Health, New Spring Courses Offerings Promise …

But Anthony and Goodman were inspired to give University of New Orleans students a terrific opportunity to learn how to write with gracefulness and accuracy when it comes to environmental science. The goal of the course is for students to create lucid, compelling science-based writing about
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An Open Letter to the Community from PLOS CEO, Alison Mudditt

Since the very beginning PLOS has been a publisher, advocacy organization and innovator. Our roots in innovation run deep; from mobilizing scientists' desire for free and Open Access to the literature and building PLOS ONE to the journal it is today, to pioneering Article-Level Metrics as an alternative
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An interview with author and world cruiser Wendy Hinman on her latest book, Sea Trials

Any big cruises on the relatively near horizon? Of course we need to test this boat to see what she can do. Plus I am eager to do more “research” for future writing projects. Hopefully without any shipwrecks, close encounters with ships or electronic meltdowns, though those do make for great stories.
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Google is sending more traffic than Facebook to publishers — again

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Google is sending more traffic than Facebook to publishers — again

It's basically a flip from the beginning of the year: In January, Facebook provided nearly 40 percent of publishers' external traffic; now that's down to 26 percent. And Google, which started the year at 34 percent, now generates 44 percent of traffic. Parse.ly's data comes from some 2,500 publishers that
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2017's Most Shocking Moments in Publishing & Fashion

After Anna Wintour, Graydon Carter is the most legendary editor in American publishing. He's been at the helm of Vanity Fair for 25 years and overseen covers with every major global superstar, as well as an Oscar party that has eclipsed the actual awards themselves as the most star-powered event of
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SEO & Content: How to Build More Than Just Links

It is important for companies not to just stop at blogging, but instead, continue to evolve and provide content that adds value to customers. If you've already produced tons of content on a specific topic, you have the option to compile those and either turn them into a free e-book or a self-published book on
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DEV/CON DETECT Disrupts Ad Tech Industry with Fraud Detection and Prevention Technology

DEV/CON DETECT addresses these vulnerabilities that directly impact premium network and programmatic advertising essential to revenue success for publishers, brands, media companies, ad networks and agencies. This includes “clickjacking” and online ad fraud that is often unreported. DEV/CON
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Google is sending more traffic to publishers than Facebook — again

It's basically a flip from the beginning of the year: In January, Facebook provided nearly 40 percent of publishers' external traffic; now that's down to 26 percent. And Google, which started the year at 34 percent, now generates 44 percent of traffic. Parse.ly's data comes from some 2,500 publishers that
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Tumbarello and Atkins join Lion Forge

More hires at Lion Forge (whose sister company, Syndicated Comics, owns this site.) Greg Tumbarello, Jeremy Atkins, Grace Bornhoft and Madeline Roy have all joined the rapidly ramping up publisher. Tumbarello joins as Senior Editor and brings seven years at Legendary Comics as Bob Schreck's
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The Bloomsbury Publishing Plc (BMY) PT Raised to GBX 210 at Investec

Separately, Numis Securities Ltd restated an “add” rating and set a GBX 205 ($2.59) price objective on shares of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc in a report on Thursday, May 18th. Bloomsbury Publishing Plc (LON:BMY) had its price target upped by analysts at Investec from GBX 197 ($2.49) to GBX 210
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Three Major Deals Point To A Maturing, And Global, Music Startup Landscape

SONGS, a successful and scrappy independent music publishing company founded in 2004 by a former hardcore guitarist and Columbia business grad, has been acquired by another outsider-led firm, Kobalt Capital, the acquisition division of Kobalt Music Group. The price tag for SONGS wasn't
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Norman Tomlinson, ex-NJM Publisher, Dies at 90

Tomlinson, the former owner, president, publisher and editor-in-chief of New Jersey Monthly, died December 7. He was 90. A Morristown resident for most of his life, Tomlinson was born into a publishing family. His grandparents, Ernest and Mary Balderston Tomlinson, founded a daily newspaper, the
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Aaron Ballance '04

As the awardee, Ballance received an honorarium and a weeklong residency at Weymouth Center for the Arts & Humanities in Southern Pines, North Carolina, which he will complete in June 2018. The Winston-Salem native first studied creative writing as an undergraduate at Appalachian and earned a
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Minsara Poth Madura introduces 'Book Exchange' concept

Described as the 'cultural book store', Minsara book stores cater to Primary school children and University students alike, offering an eclectic collection of educational books, other publications, stationery items and office consumables. All Minsara publications are evaluated and recommended by an elite
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2017's Magazine Covers Were Less Diverse Than Last Year

Despite only publishing quarterly, Teen Vogue saw the most diverse batch of covers, including Sasha Lane, Chance the Rapper, Paris Jackson, Solange, and Amandla Stenberg, as did Allure (which featured Zendaya, Alicia Keys, models Dilone, Imaan Hammam, and Aamito Lagum on a shared cover,
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Happy Birthday to us – 10 years ago today, The Blog started publishing!

Ten years ago today – on Dec. 11, 2007 – the first stories were published on The B-Town Blog, with the hopes of providing an effective, frequently-updated, professional online news and events source for Burien and its fine residents. We were Burien's first local blog, and one of the very first in the entire
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LGBTQ-Affirming Books Make Great Holiday Gifts for Kids

I reached out to some of my favorite authors in this category, and asked them three questions about their books. … While earning my MFA in Creative Writing for Children and Young Adults at Hamline University, one of my advisors, children's author Claire Rudolph Murphy, told me I had to write a picture
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Southeast Entrepreneurship Student Turns Side Hustles into Careers

As president of Forethought Events, an event planning service; Forethought Travel, a travel agency; Clairvoyant Media, a videography and photography media publishing company; and Late Night Books, a self-publishing company, Ziegler is part of a growing community of local entrepreneurs using their
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Simeon Booker, an Icon of Black Journalism, Dies at 99

In 1954, Booker was hired by the Johnson Publishing Company to report on current events in its weekly digest, Jet. In 1955, Booker helped to redefine the role of Jet and the entire Civil Rights Movement with his famous coverage of the Emmett Till murder and trial, turning an all too familiar event in the
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Book exhibition in city from Jan 1

Several national and international level book publishers and sellers are expected to participate in the exhibition. They said the exhibition timings are from 6 pm to 9 pm in the exhibition days. First of its kind, the Cultural Department of Andhra Pradesh has announced to release Rs 50 lakh to the exhibition
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Suffering from realness, pivoting to impact

His prose likely had nothing at all to do with the state of journalism,, but that's exactly why I had it airbrushed. I, along with two other of my best journo friends, co-opted Kanye to make cryptically public the commitment to powering through the tumultuous publishing seas for something worthy.
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r9k/ – Why haven't you guys started self-publishing some

Why haven't you guys started self-publishing some writing as a way to make some easy money on the si… – “/r9k/ – ROBOT9001” is a board for hanging out and posting greentext stories.
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Comedian Shain Brenden is making a big first impression in Portland

Honorably discharged from the Navy in 2014 after serving 10 years, Brenden was ready to focus completely on his comedy career. With a background in creative writing and a couple years of stand-up under his belt, Brenden made a move. “I always had an interest in writing for television. I started writing
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Writing answers before you know the question

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Writing answers before you know the question

Television journalists try to write their scripts in the way that people talk, and headlines are moving in that direction. Social media editors know that conversational writing is paramount. Mobile editors know it now too. And of course, writing for chat and chatbots is not new either. However, it's primed to
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Why PUBG Isn't Eligible For GameSpot's Game Of The Year

There's a potential counter argument to all of this, which is that AAA publishers are increasingly releasing games that feel buggy or incomplete in some way, with patches and new content drops coming after launch. It's not a totally unreasonable point of comparison, but the idea that a publisher's need to
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La Plume's weekly spotlight on community bloggers: 12/11/17

Here in the world of writing, of course, hot topics keep the blogosphere warm. This week, my selections from Times Union community bloggers range from an essay on a colonoscopy, to preserving a wooded oasis in a commercial district of Clifton Park. Of course, I also have selected the finest work from
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Central Saint Martins refunds dramatic writing students

A top UK fashion institution has given 21 students who took a dramatic writing course a full £5,000 refund. Central Saint Martins, whose alumni include Alexander McQueen and Stella McCartney, said the 2016-17 dramatic writing masters course had fallen “below our usual standards”. It said students
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With Syte, AI Lets You Shop Almost Anything You See

For publishers, Syte opens up a new stream of revenue from shoppable images. Syte pays publishers based on a revenue share model. It also allows for publishers to feature sponsored posts using visual search, displaying results for targeted brands. Syte's VisualBot can be hosted on a brand's app,
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Return to a childhood home

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Return to a childhood home

Anna Fay is a graduate of Keene High School and Ithaca College, where she studied Creative Writing. Before she moved to Marlow at the age of 10, Anna lived overseas in the UK, Singapore and Slovakia. She has now returned to her childhood home of Bratislava, Slovakia, this time as a writer and
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Market Heat Report: NFL Games and Eagles Shows

Other NFL games include yesterday's Chiefs vs. Raiders and Rams vs. Eagles, today's Dolphins vs. Patriots, and Vikings vs. Bengals and Eagles vs. Cowboys later this month. Eagles shows in Arlington, Denver, Orlando, and Houston are among today's best sellers, as well as a show each from Andrea
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Arthur C. Clarke at 100

His boyhood interest in astronomy and paleontology became the foundation of a life devoted to space science: as a hobbyist, an academic, and, most prominently, a creative writer. At the time of his death, he was a global figure, strongly identified with mid-20th-century astroculture, whose work had
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Steady as She Goes: Valuation Update on Xinhua Winshare Publishing and Media Co., Ltd. (SEHK …

Investors are constantly examining different company financial indicators to assess trading opportunities. Xinhua Winshare Publishing and Media Co., Ltd. (SEHK:811) presently has an EV or Enterprise Value of 12783170. The EV is used to show how the market assigns value to a company as a whole.
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Thousands of free children's books offered to Riverhead community

The free books are provided through the First Book National Book Bank. Publishers sell and donate books and resources to First Book for donation to organizations serving children who meet First Book's eligibility criteria, for example, Title I schools, Head Start and other organizations that serve
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No Black Swan for BTC? Nassim Taleb Claims Bitcoin Short an Impossibility

Academic credentials aside, Taleb's probably best known for his book The Black Swan, an iconic book about highly-improbable events which forever popularized the term. The book spent 36 weeks on the New York Times best-seller list and was hailed by The Sunday Times as one of the 12 most
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Photos: Man makes custom guitars from found objects

Single-stringed tin cans, one of his best sellers, particularly at $20 a piece, actually have a very bluesy sound and are easy to play, even for a novice, according to Greathouse. But by far his most sought instruments are the toilet seat and shovel electric guitars. Clientele at his trade days booth and at his
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Modern Methods for Ancient Rituals

It's an intense listen that, heard in a setting conducive to undivided attention, delivers plenty of creative twists and turns. Successful works in this style draw the listener in deeply, to the point where the main drone dissolves into the background and the sounds built around it become the focus. To that
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Holiday gifts: Best style and beauty gift ideas for everyone on your Christmas list

This limited edition cheek palette contains Benefit Cosmetics bestsellers Hoola, Galifornia and Watt's Up! Disney Kiehl's Special Edition Five-Piece Collection for a Cause Gift Set (Photo: courtesy of the manufacturer). If you have a Disney fan in the house who is serious about skincare, pick up one of
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Bonnier Zaffre to expand into US market

Bonnier Zaffre has announced it is expanding into the US market, starting by directly publishing brand authors Wilbur Smith and Lynda La Plante into North America. The publishing division, which Bonnier Publishing UK only launched in 2015, issued a statement of intent stating it would continue
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Life-changing experience in Uganda

For most of us, traveling abroad is just another dream on the bucket list, but for CU Denver students, this dream is one that comes true every year. Whether it's on a life-changing Maymester course or for a week-long music festival, our students are participating in the global community. In collaboration
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Meeting explores Cobblestone Arts Center programs

Classes include music, dance, theater, visual arts, creative writing and media studies, and are based on a three-month theme that is collectively decided by staff and students. Previous themes explored the history and arts forms of Greek mythology, “The Golden Era of Hollywood,” “Science in the Arts,”
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Researchers use BlueSteal to remotely crack 'smart' handgun safe in seconds

It turns out, though, the safe — one of the top sellers on Amazon and approved by the TSA for transporting firearms — can be cracked using a laptop. Security researchers from Two Six Labs revealed BlueSteal, describing how they chained multiple security exploits in Vaultek VT20i to remotely hack into
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Toyota appoints Susan Elkington as TMMK's next president

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Toyota appoints Susan Elkington as TMMK's next president

Susan Elkington has been named as the next leader of Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky, Inc. (TMMK), beginning in 2018. Elkington will succeed retiring TMMK president Wil James to will oversee the $7 billion operation in Georgetown, Kentucky, which employs over 8,000 people, and can produce
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How Publishers Can Control Their Own Political Advertising Destiny

Now more than ever is the time for local news publishers to come to the aid of their country. It's not the lack of disclosures or disclaimers that has enabled unscrupulous actors to run wild in our political system—it's the free-wheeling approach to ad sales that's wreaking havoc. The market is run by
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Platforms Need To Follow The Triopoly's Playbook And Give Data A Day Job

Brands and publishers know that challenging the triopoly is a matter of life and death, but when brands pool data or a collection of ad tech companies work together, they can match the triopoly's scale. That's the impetus behind the industrywide consortium (disclosure: LiveIntent is a member), the
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How Meredith's Schenck Works With Platforms, Beyond Headers

It took only a few short years of “programmatic” advertising for a new sub-variant, “header bidding”, to come on to the scene. But one publisher thinks that technology, which lets ad sellers entertain bids from multiple demand source simultaneously to achieve higher yield, should not be talked about as a
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Former Springfield newspaper publisher dies

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Jack Clarke, the longtime publisher of The (Springfield) State Journal-Register and its predecessors until he retired in 1996, has died. He was 83. The State Journal-Register reports that Clarke died of cancer on Saturday in Naples, Florida. Clarke born in Mattoon and grew up
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Pauw book publishers demand answers from police

Pauw book publishers demand answers from police. South Africa; Monday 11 December 2017 – 7:42pm. File: Lawyers representing Jacques Pauw and Pieter-Louis Myburgh are demanding police explain their probe into the pair. Pauw and Myburgh both wrote books detailing the influence of the
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Tina Turner's memoir goes to Century for six figures

Tina Turner has signed a six-figure deal with Century to publish her autobiography next October. The “definitive” memoir has been described as “dramatic” and “as compelling and entertaining as any of her greatest hits”, promising to showcase the singer's “signature blend of strength, energy, heart and
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5Qs with… Head of Wattpad Studios Aron Levitz on Data in Storytelling

Aron Levitz is head of Wattpad Studios, a division of the company that helps connect the entertainment and publishing industries with original content created by Wattpad Stars, the biggest influencers on the platform. In recent months, Levitz has helped close content deals with Lionsgate, Entertainment
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Tapjoy Adds Custom Exchange Rates and Permanent Currency Sales to Offerwall Plus

Aside from generating incremental ad-based revenue, offerwalls typically help publishers increase In-App Payment (IAP) revenue as well. Recent data from Tapjoy's publisher network shows that in-app spend per user increased an average of 172 percent during the first week after their initial offerwall
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The MAD Network takes on Digital Advertising with the Blockchain and Proof of Real Work

In a world where online advertising media gets more profitable and substantial, innovation is stifled by those that control access to effective data. This data reveals the true profitability of certain publishers and exposes trends that could save ad purchasers while improving campaign performance.
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The Book Flood Cometh: Iceland's 'Jólabókaflóð' Arrives Once Again

The Icelandic Yuletide is a time for two things: Reading and eating—and you can only do so much eating. Every year, during the “Jólabókaflóð,” or Christmas book flood, Icelandic publishers release a high volume of new works to fill the shelves just in time for gift-giving season. To help you suss out
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IsoPlexis Wins 2017 Fierce Technology Innovation Award

“It is an honor to receive this award from the publishers of FierceBiotech and FiercePharma,” said Sean Mackay, IsoPlexis Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder. “Clinical researchers at leading academic and biopharmaceutical labs are using IsoPlexis technology to better understand how to use the
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Market Survey Report Examines The Database, Storage And Backup Software Publishing Market …

The report, titled Global Database, Storage And Backup Software Publishing market defines and briefs readers about its products, applications, and specifications. The research lists key companies operating in the global market and also highlights the key changing trends adopted by the companies to
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Publishing: Prolific Children's Author Aaron Ozee to Donate Proceeds from New Release, 'Regulus'

Bestselling children's author Aaron Ozee is interested in more than just writing great fiction, he's interested in leaving an impact on readers everywhere. For that reason, Ozee has partnered with his publisher, Lulu Press, in order to donate 100% of all proceeds from his latest bestselling children's book,
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Smart Becomes First Supply Partner to Implement 100 Percent ads.txt Compliance

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Smart Becomes First Supply Partner to Implement 100 Percent ads.txt Compliance

Smart (formerly Smart AdServer), the fully transparent holistic ad monetization platform, announced today a new policy which presents bid requests to demand partners exclusively from ads.txt compliant publishers. Smart is the first supply-side platform to establish this policy and welcomes full
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The year local publishers get smart(er) about change

In 2016, four major metro publishers participated in the first Table Stakes cohort. This year, 32 news organizations are participating across three different Table Stakes programs, and Doug, along with Quentin Hope and Tim Griggs, has published “Table Stakes: A Manual For Getting Into The Game Of
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We're Still Here: Media Buyers Keep the Print Faith

“There are certain categories where print investment is still quite strong and delivering great programs and results for our clients,” Ginger Taylor White, EVP, Managing Director, Publishing Investment at Amplifi tells Folio:. “Specifically, CPG, food, pharma and auto brands continue to spend in print and
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AMH scoops awards

THE country's leading independent publishing company, Alpha Media Holdings (AMH), today scooped seven awards for various achievements in the media industry at a colourful ceremony organised by the Zimbabwe … AMH are the publishers of NewsDay, The Standard and Zimbabwe Independent.
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Want to Succeed at Self-Publishing? Join a Writers' Group: Tips from an Indie Author

Writing a book about living with areata—a condition in which the immune system attacks hair follicles, leading to baldness—was a way for Deeann Callis Graham to “find some peace with what was happening to [her] physically and emotionally.” The book, Head-On, was praised by Publishers Weekly as
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