Amazon Launches Beta Program to Publish eBooks in Arabic

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Amazon Launches Beta Program to Publish eBooks in Arabic

Amazon is launching a new beta program for authors and publishers who use Kindle Direct Publishing to submit ebooks in Arabic. These digital titles will have a built in font that will allow Arabic users to increase the font size, margins and everything else. The ebooks will be able to be read on the Kindle,
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BodybuildingDVDs.net Brings High Quality Videos to Muscle Up in 2018

The website lists its top selling videos to help visitors know what's hot in body building. The top sellers include 'Hardgainer Workout', meant for the genetically average who cannot achieve the desirable visible gains, and the only recording of a Mike Mentzer Seminar, which contains two hours of Mike
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French children's magazine calling Israel 'disputed' state says won't publish

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French children's magazine calling Israel 'disputed' state says won't publish

A French children's education magazine that provoked a firestorm of criticism on Sunday after deeming Israel a state with disputed legitimacy along with the likes of North Korea, said it will remove the edition from sale. The publisher Editions Bayard Jeunesse apologized, “to all those who may have been
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Noblesville artist captures the beauty of wildlife

By Current Publishing on December 25, 2017 Night & Day. By Mark Johnson. Noblesville's Bruce Neckar doesn't conider himself a wildlife artist. “It just happens,” he said. “There is no formula.” Yet, Neckar's Noblesville studio features a vast array of wildlife art. Bruce Neckar in his studio. (Submitted
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Historic photos show Detroit covered in snow 100 years ago

As snow continues to fall on this white Christmas, take a look back at historic photographs of Detroit covered in snow from the late 1800 and early 1900s. The images show children ice skating on Belle Isle, a towering ice fountain on Washington Boulevard and a ferry crossing the icy Detroit River.
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Mathematical Genius Dr. Baruch Berliner Publishes a New Poetry Book of Sharp Humor

Now Dr. Berliner is publishing a new book. This time it is a book of of humoristic poems in his native tongue – German. The book's title “Humor a la shmirgelpapier” (Sandpaper Humor) is indicative of Berliner's style: keen, razor-sharp humor written by a perceptive observer of human nature. The book
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The republic of one

Awards, he believed, only obscured the relationship between the reader and the word on the page, with the razzle-dazzle of celebrity. Suffice to say, Sartre would have had a thing or two to say to publishers and their marketing machines. Unlike in the past, when poets and artists were dependent on the
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Publisher's Perspective: Holidays and family — sometimes it's the best recipe

With Christmas right around the corner it seemed like a good time to reflect on something that seems to always bubble up this time of year: family. Depending on your family, it may be cause for a supreme eye roll or a full-throttle about face followed with a sprint for the hills. For others, it could mean the
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Singleplayer games aren't dead, they're just changing

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Singleplayer games aren't dead, they're just changing

Even so, there's a temptation to look to the most expensively-wrought games for leadership—for a sense of what can be achieved with the vast resources wielded by the biggest publishers. Disappointment necessarily follows when those publishers aren't investing in traditional experiences like
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Humble Bundle Holiday Sale Offers Best-Sellers Up to 90 Percent Off

Did you come across some holiday cash this morning? Wondering how to get the biggest bang for your buck, even if you don't have a top-of-the-line gaming PC? Humble Bundle is throwing a massive holiday sale right now that you need to look into, with up to 90% off of some of the year's greatest
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Local author Marti Healy releases new book, 'Walking with Dogs: A Spiritual Journey'

Marti Healy, a well-known Aiken writer, author, and long-time contributing columnist for the Aiken Standard, Bella Magazine, and other publications, has recently released her latest book: “Walking with Dogs – A Spiritual Journey.” The book also features more than two dozen original illustrations by local
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Smallrig to Start Collaborating with Global Distributors in 2018 for Worldwide Promotion and Sale …

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Smallrig to Start Collaborating with Global Distributors in 2018 for Worldwide Promotion and Sale …

… and parts from OEM manufacturers. In addition to that, we will upgrade our existing products so that our resellers get more options. Distributors who join the network would would get instant access to more than three hundred custom camera accessories best sellers”, said a top executive of Smallrig.
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Montclair's Dionne Ford wins NEA Fellowship

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Montclair's Dionne Ford wins NEA Fellowship

Montclair resident Dionne Ford was named one of 36 2018 Creative Writing Fellows by the National Endowment for the Arts. Ford will receive $25,ooo. Nearly 1,700 writers applied, according to an NEA press release. How did she react? “Holy cow,” Ford said with a laugh. “I was just completely
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'Greater Tuna' features comic veterans

By Current Publishing on December 25, 2017 Night & Day. By Zach Dunkin. Jeff Stockberger and Eddie Curry have shared the stage with each other for nearly three decades, and there are times when they can read each other's minds. And that, said Stockberger, is usually a good thing. Stockberger.
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Night & Day diversions- December 26, 2017

By Current Publishing on December 25, 2017 Night & Day. Narrator Katie Stark appears in “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” at Civic Theatre (Submitted photo). “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” Civic Theatre, the Center for the Performing Arts, Carmel. Told entirely
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The Stratford women knit scarves for homeless

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The Stratford women knit scarves for homeless

By Current Publishing on December 25, 2017 Carmel Community. The Stratford knitting group is, front row from left, Betty Miller and Lorraine Hardesty and, back row from left, Luann Mitchell, Pat Ware, Marilyn Fahey, Barbara Regnault, Bev Bartel, Ellie Anderson and Jean Kent. Not pictured, Gladys Tiek.
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The king of cutters

It even recently received an award from the Nation Publishing Company Ltd for having the best cutters in the island, during the Newspaper's Bim's Best competition. Jamal Hall said he was truly humbled to have received such an award. “I feel really good about the award. It's a lot of hard work that we put
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The Bleeding Cool Top 100 Power List 2017 Countdown: #76-80

The Power List rewards those who combine roles, creator, publisher, distributor, retailers, those who are double and triple threats, and also where power is concentrated in one person rather than being spread out among many. Some powerful organisations or groups, where power is diffused amongst
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Education Newsmakers: 12/25/2017

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Education Newsmakers: 12/25/2017

Interlochen Arts Academy creative writing and motion picture arts students recently received a grant from the New Hollywood. They used the funds to create a comedic YouTube series called “BroNapped,” which launched Dec. 4. Brittany Leigh Sando, Benjamin Jung, Helena Notario, Cookie Dutch,
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Top Insights on the Digital Publishing Market for the Education Sector | Technavio

The report categorizes the global digital publishing market for the education sector by end-user that includes K-12, higher education, and corporate/skill-based. The report also determines the geographic breakdown of the market in terms of detailed analysis and impact, which includes key geographies
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AnyFlip Magazine Maker Gives Content Marketing an Innovative Turn

Digital magazine creation and publishing has been made easier as it never has been, and it all seems possible now with the new magazine maker from AnyFlip. The tool provides the online platform with auto PDF to flipping magazine conversion and online marketing solutions. Online marketing has
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Freelance Job in Creative Writing

Posted 12 minutes ago. Details. Company Name; EXTREME SOCIAL (“A Lifestyle Concierge ”) Motto: “DON'T Live, Work, Play, WITHOUT IT” Objective: The idea is to provide activity, programs, classes, entertainment, Etc. Each member receives a card that will allow them to get acces to daily activity, fun,
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Who's Who in 'The Post': A Guide to the Players in a Pivotal Era

At its heart are a wisecracking editor and matriarchal publisher. “The Post,” starring Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep, may conjure up newspaper dramas like “Deadline — U.S.A.,” the 1952 film noir about crusading journalists that starred Humphrey Bogart and Ethel Barrymore. But those movies were pure
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Why the Pivot to Video Will Prevail

There's been some negative buzz in recent months around publishers' shift to distributed content—and particularly, video ad spending on Facebook. Numerous articles, citing anonymous sources and utilizing mysterious methodology, point to monetization woes, shrinking returns and writer layoffs.
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Surmounting crisis, editor named Publisher of the Year

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Surmounting crisis, editor named Publisher of the Year

Aquarius Publishing editor-in-chief Chu Ya-chun (朱亞君) was on Tuesday last week named Publisher of the Year by Kingstone Books for publishing provocative and introspective best-selling books by new authors. In June, Chu nearly committed suicide over a social media backlash stemming from her
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Which Superheroes Are Marvel and Which are DC?

When Disney acquired Marvel Studios they got the majority of the comic book publishers characters to go with it. They launched their Marvel Cinematic Universe with The Incredible Hulk and Iron Man in 2008 and since then have released solo movies for Captain America, Thor, Ant-Man and Doctor
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Were Analysts Bullish Bloomsbury Publishing plc (LON:BMY) This Week?

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Were Analysts Bullish Bloomsbury Publishing plc (LON:BMY) This Week?

Investors sentiment increased to 1.03 in 2017 Q3. Its up 0.08, from 0.95 in 2017Q2. It improved, as 62 investors sold Bloomsbury Publishing plc shares while 519 reduced holdings. 137 funds opened positions while 460 raised stakes. 1.11 billion shares or 0.68% more from 1.10 billion shares in 2017Q2
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Launch a professional copywriting career for just $24

The bundle features four courses with over 13 hours of training, all geared toward sharpening your writing chops and putting you on a path to a lucrative new … Each of these courses are a $100 to $200 value, so don't miss out on the chance to get all this training for just $24 before the deal runs out.
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Call of Duty: WWII has Sold Over $1 Billion USD in Revenue

This doesn't mean that Call of Duty: WWII was either a great game or a very sought after game either. However, according to Activision, Call of Duty: WWII is the the “biggest console digital launch” in Activision Publishing's history. As for Destiny 2, Activision mentioned that this game was the “Biggest PC
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We The People: Guide looks at new methodology for researchers

Genealogical Publishing Co. also has published the book “Directory of Scottish Settlers in North America 1625-1835, Volume VIII” by David Dobson. The book provides information about early Scots in America, Canada and the West Indies. Information includes the name of the immigrant, year of birth,
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