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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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