We're Going to Write More About Design

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We're Going to Write More About Design

We've always written about design at Gizmodo, usually in the context of how gadgets look and work. Over the last fifteen years, we've gradually expanded our coverage to include the many ways technology is transforming almost everything in the world, and it makes sense for us to take a broader view of
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Egypt Guest of Honor at 2018 Casablanca International Book Fair

Rabat – Egypt will be the guest of honor of the 24th edition of Casablanca's international publishing and book fair, to be held on February 8 to 18, announced the Ministry of Culture and Communication. This edition will focus on Moroccan-Egyptian relations, the issues of culture and philosophy as well as
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Book Publishing 1-2-3

Join Laurie Gibson, the San Diego-based editor who has served more than 150 first-time authors during her career, for an information-packed publishing seminar, spiced with stories and tips to empower and inspire writers of all levels. The presentation will offer insight into today's dynamic book business
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Young writer to sign copies of first book in Walla Walla

“I really enjoy the creatures, the epic struggles between good and evil, the supernatural element, and, of course, the medieval setting,” Jackson said. … “Initially, part of my writing process included things like writing for contests, studying various writing curriculum, attending author presentations and
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Maggie King's debut novel looks at the consequences of China's One Child Policy

Maggie has long thought about writing and used the consequences of China's One Child Policy as the basis for her novel. “I took one creative writing class in college but couldn't imagine writing full time,” she said. “Then when my youngest was in middle school, I started taking writing classes at Stanford
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After Trump, Oprah for 2020 may be just the ticket | Jenice Armstrong

That's why Amazon partnered with you on your annual Christmas tradition. That's also why so many of the books featured in your eponymous book club became best sellers. Each movie you've been involved in –The Color Purple, Beloved, Selma, and The Butler among others – has been enlightening.
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Roberts Memorial Ski Race slated for Jan. 27

Thanks to a selfless donation of time by the Granite Peak Ski Team coaching staff from Wausau, Keyes Peak is again offering ski lessons and racing for kids ages 6-17 on Saturday, January 27 for only $10 ($20 max per family). This is a great opportunity for students of all ages and skill levels to get
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Central Lee looks at bond referendum

DONNELLSON – Sometime in the near future, the Central Lee School District will ask voters to pass a bond referendum that'll fund a $13.3 million project renovation for their facilities.
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Ada Township publisher nixes book after pastor sex assault

ADA TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) — A publisher based in Ada Township has canceled plans to print a book by a Tennessee pastor who admitted to sexually assaulting a teenager decades ago.
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Trump `unlikely´ to give interview to Russia collusion investigators

Mr Trump's lawyers have previously stated their determination to co-operate with requests in the probe, which has already resulted in charges against four of Mr Trump's campaign advisers. Mr Trump called the investigation a “phony cloud” over his administration. “It has hurt our government,” he said.
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Award-winning author slams 'twisted perk' of university jobs after scandal rocks Concordia

In it, former Concordia student Mike Spry exposes the undergraduate creative writing department at Concordia University and the Canadian literary scene, also known as “CanLit,” as places where nepotism, abuse,and overinflated egos reign, and where women routinely endure a poisonous structure
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First-Year Seminar: Queer Media

Last fall, staffers from the Office of Communications sat in on a number of first-year seminars to observe how Muhlenberg introduces its new students to college-level writing. Professors from a variety of disciplines design and teach the courses. Some select a topic that's closely related to their academic
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Winter journey

While most of us were shivering on the ground last Saturday, Don Dumke was floating in the sky, sipping hot chocolate with his daughter Aubree and her friend Zak. Despite a thermometer reading of -4 degrees Fahrenheit when spotted at 11 a.m., Dumke says it was a perfect day to go hot air ballooning.
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Taylor Swift is First to Score 3 Year-End Bestsellers

Don't ever underestimate the power of Taylor Swift because when you do, that's when you get slapped in the face by her success. Earlier this month, Nielson Soundscan in its year-end report that Taylor Swift's sixth studio album has ended the year as 2017's bestselling album. The title beat out stiff
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Round Hill Music Announces the Acquisition of Carlin Music

“What the Bienstock family has built is quite frankly one of the most important and unique music publishing catalogs in the history of the business. I've been fortunate enough to work with this catalog in previous career roles and now as the President of Round Hill Music, I could not be more proud to help
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Decade-old book called 'Fire and Fury' hits bestseller list

A 10-year-old book with a similar title to journalist Michael Wolff's newly-released exposé on the Trump administration has shot up on Amazon's bestseller list amid soaring sales for Wolf's “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.” Randall Hansen's “Fire and Fury: The Allied Bombing of Germany,
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InMobi acquires AerServ for $90M to build in-app video programmatic platform

Mobile advertising platform InMobi announced today that it has acquired ad tech firm AerServ for $90 million to create what the companies say is the largest programmatic video platform geared toward mobile publishers, according to a press release made available to Mobile Marketer. With the
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Publishers urge EC to probe Bulgaria's media market

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Publishers urge EC to probe Bulgaria's media market

SOFIA (Bulgaria), January 10 (SeeNews) – The Union of Publishers in Bulgaria (UPB) on Wednesday called on the European Commission to launch an investigation into concentration and competition on Bulgaria's media market. Media freedom should be one of the main criteria by which the EU and the
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Creative Writing Club

Page Navigation. Creative Writing. Meeting held in H-34. Contact Jennifer Maulsby for more information. North Medford High SD Logo. North Medford High. 1900 North Keene Way Drive Medford, OR 97504. PHONE: 541-842-3670. FAX: 541-842-5206. Site Map
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Concordia to investigate allegations of sexual misconduct in creative writing program

Concordia to investigate allegations of sexual misconduct in creative writing program: president. (Montreal Gazette). Published: January 09, 2018. Updated: January 10, 2018 3:16 PM. Filed Under: The Province > News > Local News. Share
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Ascension Parish Library offers Gale Courses for community education

Courses available to patrons include topics such as health and wellness, creative writing, computer programming, GED test preparation and more. Expert instructors, many of whom are currently working at universities around the country, develop the courses and offer continuous enrollment dates.
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Kindle Self Publishing Help

Kindle Self Publishing Help. Legal Corporate Law. Hourly. Less than 30 hrs/week. Less than 1 month. $. Entry Level. I am looking for freelancers with the lowest rates. Posted 4 hours ago
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Staff Development for Educators, Stenhouse Publishers to form partnership in Portsmouth, NH

Staff Development for Educators, (SDE), of Peterborough, N.H., and Stenhouse Publishers, of Portland, ME, are combining their complementary professional development capabilities under one roof, the companies announced Wednesday. The two companies, both subsidiaries of Highlights for Children,
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'316 libraries to be computerised'

With 708 stalls housing 450 publications, the 41st edition of the Chennai Book Fair organised by the Booksellers and Publishers Association of South India (Bapasi) was inaugurated at the St. George's Anglo Indian School grounds on Wednesday. Inaugurating the fair, Minister for School Education K.A.
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Web developers publish open letter taking Google to task for locking up with web with AMP

But Google uses high-handed tactics — like downranking non-participating sites in search results — to force publishers to participate, and to accept Google's layout choices and infrastructure, in a way that is nontransparent to users, who may think that they're seeing a publisher-originated page when
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7672 games hit Steam in 2017 alone, says Steam Spy

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7672 games hit Steam in 2017 alone, says Steam Spy

This record-breaking year of releases came during Valve's midyear transition from one self-publishing option to another, announcing and later rolling out a replacement for Steam Greenlight called Steam Direct. The new process switched the submission fee to a recoupable $100 per game submission
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Sync Story: Inside Logic/Rag'N'Bone Man's Bright placement

Broken People, the lead track on the OST to new Netflix film Bright, brings together two musicians who go into 2018 with all guns blazing. With his hit 1-800-273-8255 (463,733 sales, OCC) up for two Grammys this month, Maryland rapper Logic unites with Rag'N'Bone Man, who's passed 1 million sales
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Flooding Shutters Falmouth's Eight Cousins Bookstore

On January 3, a pipe burst at Greenlight Bookstore's Flatbush Avenue location in the Prospect-Lefferts Gardens neighborhood of Brooklyn, destroying 750 books and damaging large portions of the store. In Raleigh, North Carolina, Quail Ridge Books was closed and without power on Monday after
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Trump's Attempt to Halt Publication of Fire and Fury Sparks Condemnations, Spurs Sales

President Trump's attempt to stop publication of Fire and Fury by Michael Wolff, a book critical of his presidency, brought the wrath of a number of groups concerned it might chill free speech. Ultimately, the president's unsuccessful attempt to censor did more to spur sales of the book than hinder them.
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Library as Publisher: New Models of Scholarly Communication for a New Era

Retrieved from https://​scholarlykitchen​.sspnet​.org/​2015/​09/​15/​library​-publishing​-redux​-an​-unprecedented​-example​-of​-a​-scholarlibrarypublisher​-partnership/; Björk, B.-C., & Solomon, D. (2013). The publishing delay in scholarly peer-reviewed journals. Journal of Informetrics
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Two 'Best of the West' horse sales scheduled

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Two 'Best of the West' horse sales scheduled

Diamond J Horses has always aimed to auction gentle, sound horses with good conformation, Johnson said. He has been buying and selling horses for over 25 years. Growing up, Johnson and his father, Dick Johnson, always shared a deep love for horses and eventually they started their business,
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Best Sellers for Men

Best Sellers for Men | Gilt Groupe.
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Bench warrant issued in Aurora drug case

A bench warrant was issued for Amanda A. Ayers, 25, of Niagara, in Florence County court on Tuesday. A pre-trial hearing was scheduled on Tuesday, but Ayers is currently incarcerated in Dickinson County for another matter. Ayers is charged with one felony count each of possession of
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LSU graduate assistants form Graduate Students Union

“There are legislators who will debate, this spring, whether we should eliminate degree programs like creative writing, that don't funnel into Louisiana based career industries,” Wood said. Several graduate student employee unions have won recognition by Universities across the nation. The nearest
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Publishers move governor

Guwahati: The All Assam Publishers and Book Sellers Association on Wednesday moved Assam governor Jagdish Mukhi seeking his intervention in Dispur's decision to supply free textbooks to students from primary to post-graduate#level. On Wednesday, members of the association marched from
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TechnoXStore Announces Increased Focus On Their Website Sales and Discontinuing of Amazon …

When a brand is selected, customers can also filter products by price, alphabet, date, Best Selling and more, while also being able to choose between grid view and list view. Alternatively, every user has the option of searching for a certain thing using the dedicated search field located on top of the
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Publishing Briefs: Joe Walsh Signs Global Deal With Sony/ATV: Exclusive

Sony/ATV Music Publishing has signed a global publishing deal with solo artist, James Gang front man and Eagles' guitarist Joe Walsh. While terms of the deal were not disclosed, the Walsh catalog with Sony/ATV includes “Life's Been Good,” “Rocky Mountain Way,” “All Night Long” and “Lucky That
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UBCO Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies to put on Living Things International Arts Festival

For this performance and installation, we have commissioned Sharon Thesen to compose an original dialogue for Red Phone. Sharon is a renowned Canadian poet who taught at UBCO in the Creative Writing program until 2016. We are also planning writing workshops with members of Boca del Lupo
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Navajo Times publisher facing DWI, speeding charges

Gallup, N.M. • The publisher of the Navajo Times is facing charges of aggravated drunken driving and speeding following a traffic stop over the weekend in a community near the Arizona-New Mexico border. The newspaper reported Tuesday that Tom Arviso Jr. was stopped early Sunday by a New
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Buley takes over as next Express publisher

For the first time in 70 years, the publisher of the Winters Express is no longer a Wallace. However, he is a member of a well-known publishing family, and one that is well-known to the Express. Taylor Buley, who assumed the role of Express publisher on Jan. 1, is a member of the McNaughton family
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Ben Miller signs children's book deal

His first title, The Night I Met Father Christmas, will be out in November – part of a two-book deal he signed with publishers Simon & Schuster. Jane Griffiths, the company's editorial director for children's fiction at S&S, told trade website The Bookseller: 'I was transfixed by Ben's writing immediately; it's full
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Concordia Investigates Sexual Misconduct Allegations in Creative Writing Program

Concordia President Alan Shepard refused to release details of the investigation of the alleged sexual misconduct in the unviersity's creative writing … to disclose whether professors allegedly involved in rampant sexual misconduct in the university's creative writing program have been suspended from
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Game Boy returning to stores

… turned off for an authentic Game Boy experience, according to Gizmodo. The game will be able to play classic Game Boy games, and possibly even Game Boy Color titles. The remake follows other popular Nintendo reissues like the NES Classic and the SNES Classic which have become best-sellers.
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MnDOT proposes safety improvements for Nicollet intersection

MnDot is proposing using plastic delineators, like those pictured below to create a “bump out” on Highway 99 to bring the flashing stop sign closer to traffic. Matt Young, a project manager with the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT), was present at the Jan. 8 Nicollet City Council meeting
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Herald publisher was earning close to $1 million before bankruptcy

The publisher of the Boston Herald earned nearly $1 million in the 12 months leading up to the newspaper's Dec. 8 bankruptcy filing. Documents filed this week in federal bankruptcy court in Delaware show that Patrick Purcell was paid $970,000 during the preceding 12-month period. The total includes
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The Post Behind 'The Post': A History of Washington's Top Newspaper (Exclusive Videos)

She serves as publisher from 1969 to 1979. 1968 Ben Bradlee, once a confidante of a young John F. Kennedy, becomes executive editor, serving through September 1991. 1971 The Post begins publishing stories based on the top-secret Pentagon Papers after a federal court injunction forces The New
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Official: Round Hill buys Carlin in historic nine-figure deal

Round Hill has officially closed its acquisition of independent publisher Carlin Music, MBW has learned. The deal, believed to be worth in the region of $240m, brings over 100,000 copyrights to private equity-backed Round Hill, including classics made famous by the likes of Elvis Presley (pictured),
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Publishers & Presses jobs

Publishers & Presses jobs. 1 Illinois job to view and apply for now with Inside Higher Ed Careers.
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One Million Moms vs. Scholastic over Transgender Children's Books

Scholastic Book Fair is a fun, pop-up events that mostly take place in schools. Scholastic supplies a school with mobile bookcases packed with over 200 of the newest and best books from over sixty publishers to sell to their pupils with the aim of helping develop a life-long love of reading, while also
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10 Cars That Really Went Flying off Dealer Lots in 2017

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10 Cars That Really Went Flying off Dealer Lots in 2017

You will see the changes in the year's top 10 in sales. In 2016, Toyota Camry and Corolla both made the top five, with Honda Civic and Accord also among the 10 best sellers. With year's final tally in the books, RAV4 bumped Camry out of the top five while Honda CR-V displaced the brand's top-selling
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Concordia to investigate sexual misconduct allegations in creative writing department

Concordia University has taken steps to address allegations of pervasive sexual misconduct in its creative writing department. In a news conference Wednesday afternoon, Concordia President Alan Shepard said that all forms of sexual misconduct will not be tolerated, adding that the university is
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'Fire and Fury' author Michael Wolff claims responsibility for Bannon's fall

1 on the Amazon books best-sellers list. He has faced a number of questions about his reporting in the wake of the salacious details that have emerged from the book, but has steadfastly stood by his work. White House officials have disputed his claim that he held “something like a semi-permanent seat
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Facebook is testing a new section of the app specifically for local news and events

The question is whether or not the section will benefit local publishers. It's possible that being part of a separate, local section of the app will help drive more traffic back to publishers' stories and websites where they can make money through advertising, but there is no way for publishers to make money
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Emily Koch Introduces Some of Fiction's Most Memorable Narrators

Emily Koch is an award-winning journalist living in Bristol. She is a graduate of the Bath Spa Creative Writing programme. In her debut If I Die Before I Wake, everyone believes Alex is in a coma, unlikely to ever wake up. As his family debate withdrawing life support, and his friends talk about how his
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InMobi Acquires AerServ For $90 Million To Get A Leg Up On In-App Header Bidding

Although header bidding has become de rigueur for desktop, most mobile app publishers still rely on a waterfall setup. That's only natural, Singhal said. The in-app environment presents unique challenges to creating a unified programmatic auction, including the need to run auctions through software
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Creative writing contest accepting entries

GALESBURG — The Galesburg Public Library announces the Big Write, the library's annual creative writing contest. Short stories, poetry and song lyrics are being accepted from adults and those in high school, middle school and third through fifth grade. Cash prizes of $10 to $25 will be awarded to up
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AE Stringer Visiting Writers Series to kick off spring semester celebrating Appalachian identities

He is working on his M.F.A. degree in creative arts (creative nonfiction and fiction) at West Virginia Wesleyan College. Napier's essay Dave was included in the Unbroken Circle anthology that will be featured at this event. Napier is also author of the novels Make Me Pretty Sissy (pending publication) and
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Creative Writing Circle, Storytelling On Artwaves

DNACA Executive Director Stephanie Wenning on the program's impact and teaching artist Barbara Genovese discusses her Creative Writing Circle for veterans and their families to be held every Saturday, Jan. 13-March 3, at the Del Norte Senior Center in Crescent City. Also on Artwaves, musician,
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Is political correctness harmful or helpful to society?

But for scholars like award-winning UTEP creative writing professor Daniel Chacon, political correctness paves the way for respect. “[People] say 'the policing of language,' where as I would say it is a more specific, compassionate way to use language,” said Chacon, co-host of “Words on a Wire.” “In the
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Concordia University president to speak about alleged sexual misconduct in English department

Concordia University president Alan Shepard is poised to speak this afternoon about allegations of sexual misconduct in the English department's creative writing program. Shepard will address the university's response to the allegations, following comments he made Monday on the university's website
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Concordia University says it's taking sex allegations seriously amid new claims

The initial allegations surfaced this week in a post by Mike Spry, a writer and former Concordia student, about the university's creative writing department. Spry, who did not respond to an email seeking comment, alleges that over the years, he witnessed and was made aware of “innumerable instances of
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Exhibition of women illustrators reveals limitless possibilities in a growing field

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“Illustration: Women Making A Mark” is an invitational exhibition of contemporary, award-winning illustrators that examines the practice of traditional and digital illustration across various genres, including editorial, publishing, advertising and merchandising. The exhibition runs from Jan. 16 through Feb.
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Posts Tagged 'Lars Mueller Publishers'

For Brazil, Doherty recounts Marx's forays into the Brazilian countryside to collect new horticultural specimens, and his newest book (available this spring), Roberto Burle Marx Lectures: Landscape as Art and Urbanism (Lars Müller Publishers), collects the South American designer's assorted lectures.
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Amboy Sells “Skating Rink” Property

At their first meeting of the new year on Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018, the Amboy council approved the sale of a piece of city property, often referred to as the old ice skating rink property, to Jason and Amanda Keppler. The couple made an offer on the property last month, but the council delayed making a
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5 Reasons a Self-Published Book Is More Valuable Than a Verified Social Account

A self-published ebook to your name may sound less prestigious than a blue badge on your social media account, but it can actually be much more valuable in growing your business and spreading your influence. What's the best way to build authority online? For many people, the first answer that
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Events calendar: January 12, 2018

Nutrient management plan writing training; 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., Jan. 17, 24, 31 at Wausau North Central Technical College campus; Jan. 18, 25, Feb. 1 at Spencer North Central Technical College campus. Twelve hour course covers three days and requalifying course covers first six hours on the first two
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Why Moving Up the Publication Date for Fire and Fury Was a Risky Move

When the Trump administration publicly denounced the bombshell excerpts from Michael Wolff's soon-to-be-released book, Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, both author and publisher were thrilled. “Where do I send a box of chocolates?” Wolff rhetorically asked NBC's Today show co-host
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Hitting the books: How Alberta Education is rewriting curriculum for the next generation of students

For the next five years, curriculum writers will be drafting, testing, discussing and reworking those outcomes, starting with the early grades and moving up through high school courses. Although much of the discussion happens in person, the writers also assemble the material using a web-based tool
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FlipHTML5, the Best Yearbook Making Website for Self-Publishers

(MENAFN Editorial) FlipHTML5 is recognized as the best yearbook making website for self-publishers to create and publish yearbooks in the best possible way. Gone are the days when one needed to depend on professional designers to come out with business yearbooks. The FlipHTML5 offers some
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LexQuest's 1st National Environmental Law Essay Writing Competition, 2018

Having successfully organized four National Essay Writing Competitions in the past, to promote original legal writing and research work in the field of law, LexQuest is delighted … Any student pursuing any undergraduate, postgraduate or professional course in any recognized University/College in India.
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As biopharma supply chains streamline, companies consolidate

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As biopharma supply chains streamline, companies consolidate

“This expansion is unsustainable in a disruption-influenced supply chain scenario, as Amazon and its ilk shift the balance of negotiating power (just ask book publishers),” the report said. “Drug and device executives and boards would be wise to consider preemptive measures beyond ongoing portfolio
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'Fire and Fury' was top-selling book last week

NEW YORK — Michael Wolff's “Fire and Fury” was the top-selling book last week, NPD BookScan told the Associated Press. And its numbers are likely to grow far higher. “Fire and Fury” sold 29,000 copies, BookScan announced Wednesday. But Wolff's explosive tell-all about the Trump administration
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Oswego State Downtown To Display Paintings, Drawings In 'Connected by Line'

At 6 p.m., students Joseph Sigurdson, a poet and creative writing major, and artist Amanda Gordon, majoring in graphic design, will react in their respective genres to the work of Burke and Floyd. Oswego State Downtown is open noon to 5 p.m. Wednesdays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays, and
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Walker: Reconciling permanence and change

FILE – In this Tuesday, Nov 8, 2016 file photo, Sam Nobbs votes at the Dundee Presbyterian Church in Omaha, Neb. In January 2018, Trump disbanded a commission he assembled last year to investigate voter fraud in the 2016 elections, something he asserts without evidence cost him the popular vote.
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Donald Trump's lawyer sues Buzzfeed for publishing Russian dossier

Donald Trump's personal lawyer has filed a defamation lawsuit against BuzzFeed for publishing an unverified dossier of allegations about the president's White House campaign and Russia. The lawyer Michael Cohen, filed the lawsuit in New York state on Tuesday, nearly a year after BuzzFeed
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Our Gusts and Storms

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Our Gusts and Storms

… to be taken into account in an explanation of our gusts and storms'. Quin never finished The Unmapped Country: in 1973, before she could take up the place that she had been offered on the University of East Anglia's prestigious Creative Writing Course, she drowned while swimming off Brighton Pier.
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Planning the Perfect Day at Plantation Hall

In addition to the wine-themed traditions for the couples, guests love the full-service bar Huber's offers – with domestic and premium beers, as well as top sellers of Huber's wines. Ample parking, an in-house DJ and onsite catering round out the venue as a beautiful space for celebrations. And Huber
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Bestsellers Up to 40% off, Movies & TV

Explore our list of Movies & TV at Barnes & Noble®. Shop now & receive FREE Shipping on orders $25 & up!
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Michael Wolff Trump book Fire and Fury sells nearly 30000 copies

NPD Bookscan announced on Wednesday that the book, which is filled with bizarre revelations about life in the Trump White House and has been challenged for its reliability, sold 29,000 copies last week, easily the top-selling book of the period. Fire and Fury was originally scheduled to be released on
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Best Sellers for Women's Apparel

Best Sellers for Women's Apparel | Gilt Groupe.
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Dorothy Bryant: Teacher, novelist, playwright and inspiration to others

Dorothy attended Mission High and San Francisco State, earning a B.A. in music and an M.A. in creative writing. She taught music and English for many years at Lick-Wilmerding High School, Continuation High School, and Contra Costa College. Dorothy first married in 1949 and had two children, John
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Fire and Fury' sales top 29000 in first weekend

“Because of potential distribution issues related to the early release coupled with high demand, it may take a few weeks to see exactly where this book will land in comparison to other political best-sellers of the last few years.” McLean noted that Hillary Clinton's “What Happened,” which came out last
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Why The Publishing Industry Needs To Be More Inclusive Of Autistic And Disabled People

As writer Jennifer Baker points out in an article for Electric Literature, the publishing industry needs marginalized people behind-the-scenes at publishing houses if they want to create a literary landscape that accurately reflects everyone. Autistic literary agents, editors, marketing professionals, publicists,
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InMobi Acquires Los Angeles Based AerServ for $90 Million to Create World's Largest …

10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — InMobi, the world's largest independent mobile advertising platform, today announced the acquisition of AerServ for $90 million in cash and stock to create the industry's first mediation platform with a unified programmatic auction for mobile in-app publishers. This acquisition will
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InMobi acquires LA based startup AerServ for $90 million

AerServ is an inventory and audience monetisation technology platform for mobile publishers. According to InMobi CEO Naveen Tewari, the acquisition will enhance monetisation for publishers globally and increase InMobi's offerings through the creation of InMobi Exchange, a platform with a unified
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Taylor Swift Is The First Artist To Score 3 Year-End Bestsellers With Different Albums

A few years later, after releasing a handful of country albums, Swift's first all-pop LP 1989 also ended a year as a bestseller. In late October 2014, she finally made the switch from country to pop, and by the end of that year, it had outsold everything else available. Several artists—Elton John, Whitney
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Lineup Systems Increases Support for North American Media Companies as Industry …

Lineup Systems completed 2017 as the leading media sales technology provider, with seven consecutive years of aggressive growth, over 100 employees and more than 200 new publications moving to Adpoint, its cloud-based, multi-channel advertising sales solution. Most recently, Bonnier Publishing
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Emerging Types of Innovative Digital Content

By leveraging the power of audience interaction, user-generated content, animation, web design, and user experience, brands and media publishers are creating new and innovative content that delights the senses, encourages engagement, and drives traffic. These emerging content marketing trends
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Storytel announces tie-ups for audiobooks with Indian publishers

Storytel, the leading audiobook streaming company that has recently started operations in India, today announced the strengthening of its India portfolio through exclusive tie-ups for audiobooks with a slew of Indian publishers. Following closely on the announcement of a partnership with Rajkamal
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Black, Bookish and Beautiful: This All-Black, All-Female Publishing Team Is Ensuring Authors of …

Publishing is notoriously rough terrain for authors of color. Jack Jones Literary Arts—an all-black, all-female firm—is seeking to change that, committing to publishing and promoting books by writers who have traditionally been pushed to the margins of a historically white, male-dominated industry.
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The Futurist Institute Releases The Robot and Automation Almanac – 2018

Schenker who edited the The Robot and Automation Almanac – 2018 and contributed to it, has written four #1 Best Sellers: Jobs for Robots, Recession-Proof, ​Commodity Prices 101, and Electing Recession. He is also a Columnist for Bloomberg Prophets. “The history of robots and automation is being
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Lords debates online news and content publishers

Members of the Lords, including a former government digital champion and the shadow spokesperson for digital, culture, media and sport, will debate the role played by social media and online platforms as news and content publishers, in the House of Lords on Thursday 11 January. Watch the debate
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Town Stages Announces An Industry Reading Of New Musical THE COLLINS BOY

He now resides in Danville, VA and is the Musical Theatre Artist in Residence at Averett University and is about to receive an MFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College. Brad is currently developing four new musical projects with his writing partner Cari Joy: The Collins Boy, The Gathering of Waters,
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Technical writing opens literacy learning opportunities in computer science

Essentially, the assignment described by Grafwallner is one centered on technical writing, as opposed to the creative or academic counterparts students usually encounter during their educations. The growing focus on literacy nationwide in recent years, especially under newer standards like the
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Three Top F+W Executives Leave; Restructuring Consultancy Is Hired

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Three Top F+W Executives Leave; Restructuring Consultancy Is Hired

In the continuous restructuring of F+W Media, the top three executives were dismissed from the company as Monday, according to an internal memo provided to Publishing Perspectives. Consultant Greg Osberg was appointed interim CEO and “charged…with accelerating the transformation already
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Ely 501 aims for record breaking year

In 2017, Ely 501 sold its entire print run on the first day of publication – and this year Cambridgeshire's creative writing challenge for children is … Award-winning children's authors Mark Lowery and Julian Sedgwick return as the challenge's judges and both are producing new books early in 2018.
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International Publishers Back Macmillan over Trump 'Cease and Desist'

The International Publishers Association has thrown its full support behind US publisher Macmillan and its CEO, John Sargent, for their firm stand in the face of pressure from United States President Donald Trump to halt publication of Fire and Fury, Michael Wolff's book on the Trump White House.
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New Publishing Services Partnership from Duke University Press, MSP, and Project Euclid

Duke University Press, MSP (Mathematical Sciences Publishers), and Project Euclid announce a new publishing partnership, Alloy: A Publishing Services Alliance. Alloy was forged with two goals in mind: to offer journals the finest suite of nonprofit publishing services available in the field, and to
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Grants Available to Seeley Lake Non-profits

Publication of a student creative writing project (Backroads of the Mind Vol. ll). • Creation of video trailers promoting Seeley Lake tourism and In the Footsteps of Norman Maclean Festival. • Scholarships for two Seeley Lake students for Montana natural resources camp to share concepts of stewardship
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Six Religion Books Headed to Screens in 2018

… it comes to book adaptations, faith-based titles have proven to be popular among moviegoers: films based on books such as War Room and Heaven is For Real have generated millions of dollars in box office sales in recent years. In 2018, Hollywood is once again teaming up with religion publishers,
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Howard County author festival reflects area's literacy and creativity

“Life is very hectic and people are curious about the writing process and about finding a balance” between work and personal interests, said Allison Jessing, library events and seminars manager. “We have an amazingly creative community with so many different ideas incubating here that we wanted to
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Study: Auto-redirect attacks cost publishers, marketers $1.13B annually

Seven new families of redirect attacks were recently uncovered that target leading publishers, costing publishers $210 million and advertisers $ $920 million annually, according to a press release from ad verification firm GeoEdge that was made available to Marketing Dive. Auto-redirects are the most
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Walmart: Here's what people are buying the most in every state

Now the retail behemoth has revealed its top-selling products in every state. Walmart … Meanwhile, in a slew of states, food items were best sellers in 2017. And many … Some top products made sense geographically: In Wisconsin, shoppers were purchasing Green Bay Packers bath mats. Kansas
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12 best-selling cookbooks that will help you eat and cook better in 2018

Whether your vow is to eat less meat, finally make use of the fancy new kitchen appliance you received over the holidays, or simply better understand the basics of cooking, we found cookbooks that have been resoundingly approved by home cooks just like you. These current and all-time best-sellers
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In First Week On Sale, 'Fire and Fury' Sells Fewer Than 30000 Copies

John Sargent, CEO of Holt parent company Macmillan, told the Wall Street Journal that Fire and Fury had a 150,000-copy first printing. The discrepancy between the announced first printing and last week's sales is likely, in part, the result of Holt moving the book's publication date up, from January 9 to
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Montreal novelist calls for a 'reckoning' over sexual misconduct allegations at Concordia

An acclaimed Montreal novelist and graduate of the Concordia creative writing department says she has mixed feelings about the news this week that Concordia is looking into allegations of sexual misconduct within the department. Concordia University President Alan Shepard issued a statement
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YSU Creative Writing Group

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Why is the cover of Fire and Fury so ugly?

It's just the way they've always been – publishers seem to believe artistic restraint lends the contents extra seriousness. For book designer Clare Skeats, the staidness of Fire and Fury is appropriate: “It's important that it follows the design conventions of political books, as anything more bespoke and
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Four Generations of Local Women Collaborate on New Book

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Lela Rast Hartsaw, Mable's great-niece, co-wrote, designed and self-published the book with the help of her mother, Brenda Dowdy Bell. Lela's daughter, Emily Hope Hartsaw, also contributed. A student at the Manatee School for the Arts, she provided illustrations for this book. We recently sat down with
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Lincoln County News Announces Staff Changes

The Lincoln County News and Lincoln County Publishing Co. are beginning 2018 with a new hire, two promotions, and the retirement of a longtime employee. After almost 18 years of service, Special Projects Director Greg Latimer retired from full-time employment with Lincoln County Publishing
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Universal Music Publishing Group (UMPG) Names Marni Condro SVP/Film & Television

UNIVERSAL MUSIC PUBLISHING GROUP (UMPG) has appointed MARNI CONDRO SVP/Film & Television creative synchronization for the U.S., effective immediately. She will oversee all creative placements of the company's music catalog in film, trailers, television, TV marketing campaigns, sports and
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The Definitive Solution for Best Academic Writing Services

Getting the Best Best Academic Writing Services. If you have your own company, the odds of you becoming wealthy are 284% grater than every other way wealth is made. The second set of specialized and valuable knowledge is a totally new means to study your personal finances. Careful planning
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It Turns Out Radiohead May Not Actually Be Suing Lana Del Rey

To set the record straight, no lawsuit has been issued and Radiohead have not said they “will only accept 100%” of the publishing of 'Get Free'.” So this is not a “Bitter Sweet Symphony” situation, it seems – wherein one party claims full songwriting credit and royalties from someone else's song because
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