Q&A With Jarrod Dicker as He Exits WaPo: Blockchain Comes to Publishing

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Q&A With Jarrod Dicker as He Exits WaPo: Blockchain Comes to Publishing

What I've made my career around is, we need to build a better media model in the publisher space and the media and advertising space. There's this conception that there has to be a loser—between brands, publishers and clients, not everyone can win. You're either forfeiting user experience on a
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Study: Rising Adblocking Rates In 2018 To Hit Publisher Revenues

Publishers can expect eight mobile and four desktop advertising formats to be blocked with this release, which potentially could impact their bottom lines significantly. Additionally, over 30 per cent of adblocking technology users block all analytics and tracking, with that number continuing to climb.
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Blockchain Comes to Publishing: Q&A With Jarrod Dicker as He Exits WaPo

A certain subset of the media world was stunned yesterday when Jarrod Dicker, the vice president of innovation and commercial strategy at The Washington Post, said he was packing it in after about two years to become the CEO of something called Po.et. According to its website, Po.et is “an open,
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Private Lunch with Creative Writing Professor AM Homes

Join Lecturer in Creative Writing and the Lewis Center for the Arts, A.M. Homes, for a private and casual lunch discussion. A.M. Homes is author of the novels: This Book Will Save Your Life, Music for Torching, The End of Alice, In a Country of Mother, and Jack; as well was the short-story collections,
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Assistant or Associate Professor in Creative Writing-Fiction

Assistant or Associate Professor in Creative Writing-Fiction. Below you will find the details for the position including any supplementary documentation and questions you should review before applying for the opening. To apply for the position, please click the Apply for this Job link/button. If you would
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VC Supervisors' strange moves

First, before her retirement announcement, the harbor director signed over power of attorney for the Fisherman's Wharf project to the private developer Channel Islands Harbor Properties (CIHP). The county's land use application with the cty of Oxnard for Fisherman's Wharf says, “I, Lyn Krieger, hereby
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Studies in Creative Writing: ENG 4096

This guide will help you with the stages of your assignments and papers for the course Studies in Creative Writing. Use the adjacent tabs to help you find sources about local places and sites as well as nearby archives. If you need help, contact the librarian.
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Revitalizing North Dupont Circle

I love North Dupont Circle but I wish there was more business variety such as a hardware store; 17th Street hardware is not too far away, though. — David, DC resident. The Starbucks on Dupont Circle is a gem. It is cleverly designed to fit into the business with terrific views. — Greg, Dupont resident.
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Bergman's grandiose Spelling Bee victory

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Bergman's grandiose Spelling Bee victory

It has been five years since Madelia Elementary School has had a spelling bee contest at the school. For many years it was an annual event that allowed fifth and sixth grade students to highlight their spelling prowess, but it was a tradition that was dropped. However, on Feb. 9, 2018, the spelling bee
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Stacey Isom Campbell talks Alaska, her new play and fast pitch softball

Stacey Isom Campbell is a professor of creative writing here at Lee, but she considers herself a playwright first and foremost. As we sat and talked, Stacey shared her childhood and how she came to love writing and the theater with me. The daughter of Church of God missionaries, Stacey was born in
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BarnRaisers of Indiana to benefit Chaucie's Place through bingo

By Current Publishing on February 14, 2018 Carmel Community. Last year's inaugural BarnRaisers' March “Bingo” Madness event raised more than $11,000 for the nonprofit Craine House. (Submitted photo). By Rick Morwick. Attention, college fans. March Madness is right around the corner. And we're
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GU SNAPS creates place for spoken word at Gonzaga

Creating three pillars of 'community, creativity and social justice' to unify their group of up-and-coming passionate writers, GU Student Narrative and Poetry Society (SNAPS) is taking the steps to spread an appreciation of words on campus by building a community based around spoken word poetry and
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Students show South Orange some love for Valentine's Day

Couple Melanie Weir, a senior creative writing and theater major and musical theatre minor, and William Moore, a junior accounting, IT management and philosophy major, added, “The staff is always really nice and the food is so good.” Weir noted that she “loves their vodka sauce” and that her and
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A busy Valentine's Day for local flower shops

Flowers aren't the only best sellers at the store. “We have balloons, we have hand-made jewelry, gifts, candy, all that type of stuff,” said Fritsch. Employees at Dillenbeck's were working extra hours to ensure every order is filled. “They are very good workers, they stayed here kind of late last night trying to
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Feature: Greeks celebrate Valentine's Day by exchanging books

ATHENS, Feb. 14 (Xinhua) — Greeks celebrated Valentine's Day on Wednesday adding books to their baskets next to the traditional blazing red roses, fluffy dolls and chocolates. For those seeking something different to offer to their beloved ones this year the Association of Greek Publishers and
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Po.et (POE): Reclaiming the Value of content publishers, creators, and consumers

For a startup that is eager to change global management of creative content, the addition of Dicker to the team is a plus since he is known for ushering into the digital age, a variety of traditional publishing companies. He has also enabled traditional publications to thrive in a digital age without solely
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Did You Know?

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Do you have a true, first person story you're willing to share for six to 10 minutes in front on an audience? Would you like to be coached by performance specialists and journalists alike to develop your story and delivery? The Coachella Valley Storytellers Project, part of the USA Today network, have
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Experts Warn Aliens Could Trigger Apocalypse By Sending Us Hidden Malware

“Such a message cannot be decontaminated with certainty, and technical risks remain which can pose an existential threat,” the researchers write. “Complex …. He graduated from the University of East Anglia with degrees in English Literature and Creative Writing before completing his NCTJ Diploma in
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Fil-Am writer wins top US prize for children's novel

She has a bachelor's degree in women's studies and liberal arts from McNeese State University and an MFA in creative writing from Rosemont College. Entrada Kelly is mestiza and identifies as Filipina American. Her mother is Visayan and lives in Cebu, which is why many of Erin's Filipino characters
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North Korea's Winter Olympics Cheerleaders Aren't Actually That Cheery

Chris Ogden. Chris Ogden is a journalist at LADbible. He graduated from the University of East Anglia with degrees in English Literature and Creative Writing before completing his NCTJ Diploma in Multimedia Journalism. Chris has previously written for the independent culture magazine The Skinny,
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Researching Sex

Last year, as part of the institute's 70th anniversary, the Kinsey Institute Library and Special Collections worked with IU creative writing professor Samrat Upadhyay to establish the Kraft-Kinsey Award. The $1,000 prize honors an IU MFA student who uses the institute's collections and archives in a project
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Differently Normal

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Tammy Robinson's DIFFERENTLY NORMAL, in which a girl who cares for her autistic sister has no time for love – until she meets him – pitched as Me Before You meets The Fault in Our Stars, and PHOTOS OF YOU, to Emma Beswetherick and Anna Boatman in their first joint acquisition for Piatkus fiction
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With Minimalist Approach, 'The Party' Gives Star-Studded Cast An Opportunity 'To Rise'

SP: “Well, of course, [#MeToo] wasn't around when I was writing it, but I've been through many, many, many ways of approaching the liberation of women from feeling downgrade, or second-rate, or oppressed, or harassed, or whatever it may be. Of course, as a writer, writing parts for women that are
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Google Chrome's Valentine's Day Massacre of Bad Ads Is Only the Beginning

While advertisers and publishers may feel intimidated by Chrome's attempt to regulate ad quality, it is clear that Google has taken careful steps to ensure its measures meet a broader set of industry-accepted quality standards (and not just Google's). Clearly, with fewer disruptive ads, users will have
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Crestview author releases 'A New Beginning' (VIDEO)

“In the course of running a business, you do a lot of writing. I guess that's where I learned to improve my English, and some of the people that have read my book have said real complimentary things about it. One of them said, 'I don't see how you ever had the time to do all the research that you did,' but it
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Outbrain launches Sphere, a platform for content recommendations between premium publishers

It's a closed content recommendation platform, available on an invitation-only basis to selected premium publishers. Content suggestions lead only to the websites of other publishers in Sphere. Here is a page on CNN.com, which is showing conventional Outbrain suggestions at the bottom and right-side
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Flipboard's CEO majorly dissed competitor Apple News

“And that's a big deal for publishers.” Currently, Flipboard users click through to articles on publishers' websites once they are served the article in the news reader app. But on Apple News, users read the whole article within the ecosystem of the app. In an environment where publishers are scrambling to
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Valve removes publisher's games from Steam for manipulating review scores

Following the circulation of an email that appeared to exhort Insel Games employees to purchase copies of its hack-and-slash MMO Wild Buster: Heroes of Titan and review it positively—or else—Valve has announced that all of the publisher's games have been removed from Steam. The email, sent in
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Best Seller badge not displaying

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I am using the theme – The Retailer with your Best Sellers plugin. Everything seems to work well together except displaying the best seller badges. I have products that are best sellers however the badge on the loop or single product page is not visible. Is there a plugin fix or a css fix for this that would be
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Inmate on remand jailed after writing to witnesses telling them not to turn up at his trial

A prisoner on remand who wrote letters to witnesses due to give evidence against him telling them not to turn up has been jailed. Darryl McColl was sentenced to 18 months for attempting to pervert the course of justice after pleading guilty at Dundee Sheriff Court on Wednesday (14 February).
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US treasury secretary's wife Louise Linton is 'super-duper' sorry

Ms Linton's other faux-pas include self-publishing, in 2016, a memoir of her experiences volunteering in Zambia during her gap year, which provoked a huge online backlash as reviews and comments accused her of being patronising, inaccurate and misleading. More recently, she was ridiculed for
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Harvard University Offers Course on Poop in French Literature

Fecal matter is omnipresent in works and authors that we consider canonical (e.g. the fabliaux, Rabelais, de Sade, Beckett, Celine) and yet its presence has been remarkably submerged or passed over in readerly and critical reception of modern and contemporary French literature. This course proposes
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DeRay Mckesson Scores a Book Deal: 'An Opportunity to Share Stories About Resistance …

DeRay Mckesson, the civil rights activist who first became famous after protesting for weeks in Ferguson and is a leading voice in the Black Lives Matter movement, has landed a book deal with Viking publishers. On the Other Side of Freedom: The Case for Hope will be published in September and can
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Ten Finalists Named for $1 Million Global Teaching Prize, Including an Engineering Teacher Who …

Canadian teacher Maggie MacDonnell (L) receives the Global Teacher Prize from Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum (C), vice-president and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, during a ceremony in Dubai on March 19, 2017. MacDonnell, who works in a fly-in only village in the Arctic
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Half-a-million titles to be displayed at Muscat Book Fair

Some 32 publishing houses in the foreign book department and libraries from the Gulf, Arab and foreign countries are also expected to participate. The total number of titles will be 500,000, of which 35 per cent are new. The exhibition includes more than 70 cultural events and children's activities.
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Area literary community comes together

“That author did not write that book alone. You need an outside voice to help you with your writing,” Simar advised. Part of her presentation involved the lively and creative writers in front of her. With a writing prompt and a few minutes of vocal brainstorming followed by writing, people shared their scenes,
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Evy Warshawski's The Arts Landscape: By the book

My Napa friend, Teri Stevens, began her creative writing journey seven years ago. It was a way to step … My tastes have definitely changed, but I've grown to appreciate good writing, a great plot and books that leave you thinking about the characters well after you've finished. You know — when you read
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June '06 in the Exponent: Book Chapters Lead the Newspaper for Months

Starting June 29, 1906, the lead story in the Jewish Exponent was the same for every issue through Oct. 12. The newspaper began publishing chapters of a book called The Ferry of Fate — and each week ran successive chapters until the tale was concluded. The Exponent's publishing company even
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Google Chrome To Block All Ads On Sites When Publishers Do Not Comply

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Google's Chrome ad blocker, which goes into effect on Thursday, will block all ads served on sites that receive a failure notice if the publisher doesn't comply with the Better Ads Standards within 30 days. Depending on the number of violations found, the site will be evaluated based on Passing, Warning
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'Still working': Astronomers explain why they don't publish

“The dog ate my homework.” Schoolchildren are famously creative when it comes to offering up excuses. But according to a new survey, astronomers are also good at explaining why they don't publish, even after being given time on some of the world's best telescopes. The European Southern
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Outbrain Announces Innovative Audience Development Platform

New York: Outbrain, the content discovery platform, today unveiled Sphere, an innovative audience development platform that brings high-quality content to users and delivers new sources of revenue for digital publishers, while reducing their reliance on Facebook. CNN, Meredith Corporation, Penske
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Downtown Music Publishing Opens Offices In Paris, Sydney

In her career, KELLY has represented the publishing interests of marquee artists and writers including AC/DC, HARRY VANDA & GEORGE YOUNG, THE ANGELS, the BEACH BOYS, and the KINKS. She also fronted music-driven campaigns for CADBURY,. AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL, McDONALDS,.
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Boren, Theers named Sustainable Forestry Award winners

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Boren, Theers named Sustainable Forestry Award winners

2018 Forest Steward of the Year Robert & Susan Theer of Deerpath Farms of Florence County accepting the award from Bob Mott, Lumberjack Forestry Committee Chairperson. They were nominated by Lumberjack Council Member Yvonne Van Pembrook.
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Homeowner Left Bloodied After Fighting Off Machete-Wielding Robbers

A brave homeowner in the UK successfully fended off a gang of five robbers after they broke into his family's home in search of cash. David Pugh, 55, from the West Midlands in England, was asleep when robbers burst into his £400,000 home at around 3am on Tuesday. David came downstairs to find
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SCBWI Revamps Harassment Policies as Asher Denies Charges, Lawyers Up

Following news surrounding the removal of Jay Asher and David Díaz from the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators on charges of sexual harassment, the SCBWI has announced a revised anti-harassment policy. Meanwhile, Asher, who categorically denies the SCBWI's statement that he
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Taylor & Francis announces new data sharing policies opening up the research lifecycle – 14 Feb …

Academic publisher Taylor & Francis has introduced a suite of new data sharing policies to drive open scholarship forwards and help the research communities achieve their goals. Data is a key research output, therefore sharing it presents a multitude of opportunities for research and researchers.
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Communications Airman literarily communicates passion

Senior Airman Payton Miller, 2nd Communication Squadron client systems technician, used his development in the Air Force to pursue and achieve his personal goal of becoming a self-published author. His interest in writing first began in high school, around the same time he decided to make the life
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Cavalier House Books expands, adds book distribution company

“There are hundreds of publishers across the state who are producing great books and for them Forest Sales was the business that distributed their titles to the wider market,” Cavalier said. “The flip side of the homogenization and consolidation of the book industry is that all of the independent thinkers
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How Chrome ad blocking is already changing the web

But ad blockers are already a major threat to publishers. About 615 million devices use ad blockers, according to a 2017 report from PageFair, whose business involves trying to circumvent ad blockers. The younger you are — which often means you're just the person an advertiser wants to reach — the
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Writing what she knows: LA resident secures major deal for debut novel

A “major deal” indicates an advance over $500,000, a “very nice deal” a more humble $50,000-$100,000. Wang netted a “major deal,” according to a public announcement in Publishers Marketplace last fall, for a deal combining her first novel and a second, to-be-written, book. Her novel's title evolved
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Passengers On Trans-Atlantic Flight Forced To Endure Screaming Child For Hours

Putting up with a screaming child on public transport is an absolute nightmare – particularly if you're on a plane and there's nothing you can do but ride it out. Feel the pain of the passengers of one trans-Atlantic flight last summer, then, who were forced to listen to one kid screaming and running around
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Vet art competition

The Sheridan VA Health Care System invites all enrolled veterans throughout Wyoming to take part in the annual Creative Arts Competition through March 1. This year the competition features more than 100 categories in the following divisions: music, drama, creative writing, dance and art. All enrolled
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Q&A: Canadian writers reflect on the “Ins, Outs, Ups, and Downs of Marriage” in new non-fiction …

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Lam and Silcott first met as students at University of British Columbia's creative-writing program, and are mutual admirers of each other's work. In 2009, Lam co-edited an anthology on parenthood, Double Lives: Writing and Motherhood (McGill-Queens University Press), for which Silcott was a contributor
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Local students named to Susquehanna University dean's list

SELINSGROVE, Pa. — Several local students were named to the fall dean's list at Susquehanna University. • Keri Brady-Benzing of Adamstown, Md., a creative writing and strategic communications-advertising and marketing major in the Class of 2018. A 2014 graduate of Tuscarora High School, she is
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'Same Kind of Different as Me' Producer Shares How Renee Zellweger Film Sparked Movement of …

The nonfiction book by Hall and Moore, which the film is based on, also experienced staggering success, making The New York Times best-sellers list three times. But it also sparked a movement no one quite expected. Starring Greg Kinnear, Djimon Hounsou, and Academy Award-winning actress
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Bonnier Publishing UK

Kings Road Publishing is looking for a designer! We're looking for a Junior/mid-weight designer to work in our adult non-fiction department, designing high impact book covers that are both compelling and competitive for the market. Blink Publishing is the adult non-fiction imprint of Kings Road
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Rights Available! Female Hero Who's a Mix of Lisbeth Salander and Carrie Mathison

The talented Meltzer has had success in books (more than a dozen best-sellers), comics (Identity Crisis) and TV (gone-too-soon cult hit Jack & Bobby). The female hero in his first novel in three years is being likened to a mix of Lisbeth Salander and Carrie Mathison. Layover (Crown Books For Young
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I believe in the future of literary fiction: Penguin Random House CEO Markus Dohle

Markus Dohle is the global Chief Executive Officer of Penguin Random House, the world's largest trade book publisher. Additionally, he is Chairman of the Association of American Publishers and serves on the PEN Board of Trustees and the Board of Directors of the National Book Foundation. Excerpts
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Crandon and Phelps Co-Champs of Northern Lakes Conference

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Crandon and Phelps Co-Champs of Northern Lakes Conference

The Crandon Varsity boys basketball team played a three-game marathon to capture the title of Co-Champions of the Northern Lakes Conference. Cards took their first game against Goodman-Pembine 84 to 43. Deion Okrasinski started the first night, Feb 5, by making a quick two points for the Crandon
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Florence holds pep rally for Hometown Hero Englund

Students and community gathered Feb. 7 to in support of Nita Englund, Florence High School's 2010 Valedictorian who is part of Team USA at this year's Winter Olympics. Englund competed on Monday Feb. 12 in Pyeongchang, finishing 31st in the women's competition. Englund's mother Julia, father
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Why your favorite publishers have disappeared from your Facebook feed and how to get them back

How many pages do you “Like” on Facebook? How often do you see posts from them? If you've been on Facebook for a while, you've probably noticed the pages you like are almost absent from your newsfeed. This is by design. In January, Facebook announced changes to the algorithm it uses to
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Lechnir and Schultz to split principal post

Chris Lechnir and Kirby Schultz will be sharing the position of Crandon Middle School and High School Principal. Schultz and brother-in-law Lechnir will serve as co-principals, replacing the position vacated by Andy Space. Lechnir comes from the Wisconsin Dells area. He is currently between jobs.
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Flyaway Books Offers a Fresh, Diverse Voice in Children's Publishing

Flyaway Books Offers a Fresh, Diverse Voice in Children's Publishing Flyaway Books, a sister imprint of Westminster John Knox Press, is now live. Flyaway Books offers titles that carry themes of diversity, inclusion, self-esteem, kindness, compassion, and care for our world. Many of the books in the new
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Valve Removes Publisher's Games For Manipulating Review Scores

After a Reddit thread surfaced claiming Insel Games' CEO Patrick Streppel was forcing employees to purchase and leave positive reviews of its games on Steam last year, Valve announced it was removing all of the publisher's titles from the platform.
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Foucault has a new book out, and it's the key to understanding his entire work on sexuality

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Foucault has a new book out, and it's the key to understanding his entire work on sexuality

(Kafka's friend Max Brod defied the author's wishes by posthumously publishing his novels, including The Trial and The Castle.) Thirty-four years after his death, Foucault's wishes have been expressly denied with the publication of his fourth book on sexuality. Confessions of the Flesh, published last
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Brand Marketing Manager, Macmillan Children's Books

Pan Macmillan UK is one of the largest general book publishers in the UK, with imprints including Macmillan, Mantle, Pan, Picador, Bluebird, Bello, Macmillan Children's Books and Macmillan Digital Audio. Pan Macmillan is part of the worldwide Macmillan Publishing Group. We have recently been
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Rural Lafayette native delves into the newspaper archives

For more than a year, she has been combing through the 114-year collection as a volunteer for the Nicollet County Historical Society (NCHS). “I went down to St Peter [Historical Society office] to the archives to look up something for my own family,” Muchow said. “While I was down there, Bob [Sandeen]
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Marvel's Star Wars: Thrawn brings Timothy Zahn's latest novel to life

In 2016 it was announced that he would be reintroduced as part of the Rebels cartoon series, and Zahn himself was brought on to write a new novel detailing Thrawn's origin story. Thrawn arrived last spring, published by Del Rey Books, and quickly put Zahn back on the New York Times best-sellers' list.
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Nigeria: A First Lady's Milestone

With the formal presentation of her maiden novel, 'An Abundance of Scorpions', Kaduna State First Lady, Hadiza Isma el-Rufai, has joined the league of literary stars. First, she loves reading. Then, she picked interest in writing. But how can she write creatively and appeal to a sizeable portion of readers
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Book Bits: Race in America – A preliminary reading list

Realistic fiction, YA crossover. A New York Times Notable Book, Publishers Weekly Flying Start. Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year, ALA Booklist Editors' Choice of 2017 (Top of the List winner), School Library Journal Best Book of the Year, Kirkus Best Book of the Year, BookPage Best YA Book of
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Text to Text | 'The Fault in Our Stars' and 'You May Want to Marry My Husband'

In our Text to Text lesson plans, we match an often-taught literary or historical work with a New York Times article that echoes, extends or challenges its themes or ideas. In this edition, we pair a scene from John Green's best-selling young-adult novel “The Fault in Our Stars” with Amy Krouse Rosenthal's
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Lauren Doyle Owens' 'Other Side of Everything' a suspenseful look at life and death in suburbia

Owens, who lives near Fort Lauderdale and graduated from Florida International University's MFA creative writing program, builds the book's plot around three of Adel's neighbors. Bernard White has known Adel longest; like her, he's one of the neighborhood's “originals,” who moved there 50 years ago
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Saint Valentine's Day in Costa Rica

Tortuguero usually makes the top 10 of the most paradisiacal beaches in Costa Rica. It is part of a National Park. … Flowers, especially roses, are popular presents and today, as the day advances, they become “best-sellers” and get scarcer and more expensive. Same applies to chocolate, stuffed
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This Harvard University class is a bunch of crap — literally

“If literature is excrement, then the canon is a chamber pot,” proposes the course listing. “French literature, from the Middle Ages to today, has been consistently and remarkably scatological,” reads the course description. “Fecal matter is omnipresent in works and authors that we consider canonical (e.g.
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Frank Ocean talks 'Nostalgia, Ultra' and Odd Future in unearthed interview

Ocean goes on to describe his creative writing process as “part rubix-cube, part roller-coaster, part watching paint dry”. He also shows his dislike of labelling music with genres. Frank Ocean. Elsewhere in the chat, Ocean discusses his role as the most commercially successful member of Odd Future.
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Non-enzymatic portable optical sensor for Microcystin-LR

We present here the development of an all-solid-state optical sensor based on phenyl-substituted diaza-18-crown-6 hydroxyquinoline (DCHQ-Ph), for the indirect selective detection of Microcystin-LR (MC-LR) reaching a very low detection limit of 0.05 µg/L, well below World Health Organisation (WHO)
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