Recode Daily: Concerned about cryptocurrency, Capitol Hill also starts to worry about video …

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Recode Daily: Concerned about cryptocurrency, Capitol Hill also starts to worry about video …

Just a month after Facebook's recent changes to its News Feed algorithm, publishers including The New York Times and BuzzFeed are already reporting declining traffic from Facebook of up to 14 percent. The declines are not a surprise — Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg himself warned that news as a
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Milo Yiannopoulos ends his lawsuit against Simon & Schuster

Simon & Schuster canceled publication of the book in February 2017; it was to be published by conservative imprint Threshold Editions, which had paid Yiannopoulos a rumored $250,000 advance. Yiannopoulos' inflammatory statements about women, Muslims, Black Lives Matter, transgender people
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Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall Hosts An Evening With Michael Wolff

Michael Wolff, author of the controversial and best-selling book Fire and Fury: Inside The Trump White House, has announced his first-ever national speaking tour, “An Evening with Michael Wolff: Fire and Fury”. Wolff will be appearing in theaters across the U.S. and Canada as a first-hand witness to the
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Milo Yiannopoulos drops lawsuit over his cancelled book

Having reportedly secured the book for an advance of $255,000 (£200,000), the publisher cancelled the deal after a recording emerged that appeared to show Yiannopoulos endorsing sex between “younger boys” and older men. Yiannopoulos went on to self-publish the book, later labelling reports of
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Editorial: Public notices are printed publicly for good reasons

Three years is next to nothing, especially compared to the longevity of local newspapers, which have published 150-plus years. What happens on Day 1,100? What happens to the public record — and the people's access to their community's history? Publishing notices in a designated newspaper also
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Antiques and tea parties

She brings her best game into the cafe every day, serving some dynamite food. Mary and I ordered the chicken salad croissant, which is one of their best-sellers. The sandwich is made with … The prices are reasonable, the food is good and the staff is very accommodating. Our server, Nathan, was so
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problems when publishing updates from desktop

I want to start by saying this applies to desktop and online. I am running into a problem whenever I publish any updates from my desktop version to.
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Young author debuts YA fantasy novel

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Young author debuts YA fantasy novel

As a freshman in high school, she began writing what would become her debut novel, Island Whispers. She loves creating worlds filled with magic and sharing stories that need to be told. She is currently an undergraduate student majoring in psychology with a minor in creative writing at North Carolina
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Xbox Games With Gold for March Revealed

… the best prices on EA titles including Star Wars Battlefront II, FIFA 18, Madden 18, Battlefield 1 Revolution, Need for Speed Payback, Mass Effect Andromeda and more. The EA Publisher Sale has a mix of deals for fans that enjoy different genres of games across new titles, top sellers, and fan favorites.
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The growth of Marvel's universe through “Black Panther” is welcome

Like most big cosmic ideas, this one has almost certainly been purloined, ornamented and abused more than once in the vast works of mythopoeic bricolage which DC and Marvel, America's main comic-book publishers, have provided to the world over the past decades. (The climax of Alan Moore's
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Michigan convict wrote a hit book, now state wants to collect

Michigan's Department of Treasury is less enthused, however, and has filed a court complaint that asks that 90% of the convicted killer's assets, which included “proceeds from publications, future payments, royalties”, be given to the state as payment for the cost of his imprisonment, the New York Times
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'Local, fresh and flavorful' on wheels

One review recommended the Baja tacos, which is among the best-sellers. Other favorites at The Spice Is Right include steak and bacon burger with American cheese and caramelized onions, chorizo sausage burger featuring avocado and chipotle sauce on a toasted sesame bun and pork chop
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Milo Yiannopoulos Withdraws Lawsuit Against Publisher Who Canned His Ridiculous Book

Milo Yiannopoulos used to have it all. A large Twitter following he could sic on unsuspecting SNL actors. The respect and adoration of Steve Bannon. A forthcoming book filled with all manner of owns on triggered libtards and SJWs. Then came that video, in which the alt-right firebrand seemingly
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Meet The Olympic Halfpipe Skier Who Doesn't Do Tricks

Some people think the Olympic spirit is about seeing sporting titans reach the pinnacle of their field, while for others it's about seeing athletes who are just happy to compete. Elizabeth Swaney definitely falls into the latter category, as the Californian competed for Hungary in the women's freestyle skiing
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Photo, Print, Drawing, Detroit Publishing Co

Views of Minnesota 15 photographic prints ; 18 x 23 cm. | Photographs show logs in the river at Ashland. Herrman Monument, grain elevators, etc., at New Ulm. Rock formations, river front, bridges, etc., at Winona. Lake near Waseca. Contributor: Detroit Publishing Co. Date: 1898.
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Hundreds of undergraduate researchers to descend on Titletown, April 19-20

Roach specializes in popular science and humor and is the author of the New York Times bestsellers STIFF: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers; GULP: Adventures on the Alimentary Canal, PACKING FOR MARS: The Curious Science of Life in the Void and BONK: The Curious Coupling of Science
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ANALYSIS – Could Mahindra become India's Jeep?

Ironically, one of Mahindra's oldest models is also its best seller. The Bolero debuted in August 2001 and has sold solidly in the home market year in, year out. 'Invader' and (short wheelbase) 'Sportz' versions were added in September 2003, while exports to Europe started in December 2003. The first
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Publisher: Swedish Govt Using Grants to Promote SJW Cultural Literature

Book publisher Kristoffer Lind from the publishing house Lind & Co has slammed the Swedish government for only giving financial support through the Culture Council to books that promote social justice values and diversity above quality literature. Mr. Lind argued that the Culture Council, headed by
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Actor And Writer Peter Hermann Publishes First Children's Book, IF THE S IN MOOSE COMES …

NEW YORK, Feb. 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Peter Hermann is known to millions for his current role as book publisher Charles Brooks in TV Land's hit romantic series Younger. His work spans stage, film, and television, including roles in Talk Radio and the Tony Award–winning War Horse on Broadway,
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Milo Yiannopoulos drops his lawsuit against Simon and Schuster

Yiannopoulos eventually self-published the book, which came out last July. “We are pleased that Mr. Yiannopoulos' lawsuit has been withdrawn,” the publishing company said, according to the AP. “We stand by our decision to terminate the publication of Mr. Yiannopoulos' book.” Yiannopoulos said in a
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Why Polymer Solar Cells Deserve Their Place In the Sun

WASHINGTON, D.C., February 20, 2018 — Unlike traditional silicon solar cells, organic polymer solar cells (PSCs) may never cover the hillsides of a megawatt solar farm. But, these lightweight, flexible cells show potential to provide solar power to remote microwatt sensors, wearable technology and the
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'Awesome Project' returns to fund campus proposals

Students in the Community Education program's Fundraising and Grant Writing course are holding another “awesome” contest where individuals or … are able to submit applications until 4 p.m. on March 20 to course instructor Lou Karas; applications are available and can be turned in electronically
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Milo Yiannopoulos throws in the towel on lawsuit against former publisher

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Milo Yiannopoulos throws in the towel on lawsuit against former publisher

In papers filed Tuesday in New York State Supreme Court, Yiannopoulos and Simon & Schuster asked that the case be dismissed “without costs or fees to either party.” The far-right author and agitator sued for $10 million last summer after the publisher canceled the release of his memoir “Dangerous.
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Which Remedial Education Models Work Best for Students?

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Which Remedial Education Models Work Best for Students?

… completely rewritten, targeted to what the student is learning each week in the college course. Instead of giving students disconnected grammar exercises and quizzes, Daugherty says, the grammar should be taught in the context of what the students are reading and writing in the college-level course.
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Seniors Parton, Pecsok named Pyne Prize winners

After graduation, Pecsok will spend two years at Yale University researching multiple sclerosis in the neuroimmunology department. She plans to pursue a career as a physician scientist. She also has an interest in creative writing and hopes to write novels “that empower individuals navigating particular
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Hendrix College Students, Literary Magazine Honored by Southern Literary Festival

In the Creative Nonfiction category, Sarah Weems '19 won first place for “On Orange Forests and Minds”; Peyton Coffman '19 took second place in the … “I'm delighted to see the hard work of our creative writing students recognized at the Southern Literary Festival,” said Dr. Tyrone Jaeger, Associate
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Fiction author Christina Milletti to read at Baber Room

This fiction reading is part of the Meijer Visiting Writers Series, hosted by the Creative Writing Program. The event is also sponsored by the College of Humanities and Social and Behavioral Sciences and the Department of English Language and Literature. The reading is free and open to the public.
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Yiannopoulos dropping lawsuit against former publisher

Milo Yiannopoulos (MY'-loh yuh-NAH'-poh-lihs) is dropping his lawsuit against his former publisher. In papers filed Tuesday in New York State Supreme Court, Yiannopoulos and Simon & Schuster asked that the case be dismissed “without any admission of liability.” After his legal counsel withdrew last
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Milo Yiannopoulos Dropping Lawsuit Against Former Publisher

The far-right author sued for $10 million last summer after the publisher canceled the release of his memoir. Milo Yiannopoulos is dropping his lawsuit against his former publisher. In papers filed Tuesday in New York State Supreme Court, Yiannopoulos and Simon & Schuster asked that the case be
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Milo Yiannopoulos withdraws S&S lawsuit

… the book's principal editor, Mitchell Ivers, saw it as unfit to publish. However Yiannopoulos described the edits as a “cover-up” to justify dropping his book. Yiannopoulos went on to self-publish Dangerous on Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing platform on 4th July through his Dangerous Books imprint.
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Kara Westerman Tells The 99 Percent's Stories In The 'Phantom Hampton' Podcast

A fiction writer, photographer and journalist, Ms. Westerman moved to the East End from California, via New York City, more than 20 years ago. She bought a house in Springs, went off to earn a degree in creative writing from Sarah Lawrence College in Yonkers, then came back and sold the house so
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AllTrials urges FDA to fine sponsors for not publishing trial results

In a letter to the FDA​, AllTrials explained that the FDA assured the organization – “publicly and privately​” – that the new clarifying rules would help it “censure​” sponsors that do not publish trial results. “As the body responsible for compliance with the FDA Amendments Act 2007, you have the power
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At Princeton University Press, Alison Kalett has been promoted to editorial director for the sciences; Eric Crahan moves up to editorial director for the humanities; and Sarah Caro has been promoted to editorial director for the social sciences, with all three reporting to Al Bertrand. In addition, Amanda
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AllTrials urges FDA to fine sponsors up to $10000 for not publishing trial results

“As the body responsible for compliance with the FDA Amendments Act 2007, you have the power to sanction those who break this law, including the levy of fines up to $10,000 a day against clinical trial sponsors who fail to publish their trial results on ClinicalTrials.gov​,” AllTrials wrote. “There are
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Yiannopoulos Drops Lawsuit Against S&S

After the deal was struck, S&S was dogged by accusations—coming from factions within the media, as well as the publishing industry itself—that it was giving a major platform to a person responsible for hate speech. S&S then dropped the book in February 2017, after Yiannopoulos's controversial
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Daddy Duty: Inspiring students was my goal during Literacy Week

Dominique Kidd, the eighth grade language arts and creative writing teacher, invited me to speak to her classes, as well as those of the other creative writing teachers there. I had spoken to classes for Kidd the previous two years for Literacy Day at Madison Middle School in Titusville, and I was happy to
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Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing

Denison University Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing. Denison University invites applications for a two-year appointment as Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing with an emphasis in nonfiction. Ability to teach introductory creative writing classes is required, with capabilities in
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Union County author makes 'best sellers' list

Her book, CEO: Christ Empowerment Opportunities is number 45 on the website's list of self-help best sellers. “Oftentimes in life, when a situation gets a little tough, one might be prone to say, “Why me, Lord?” If that situation continues for a prolonged period, then know that the Lord has answered you by
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To Reclaim Their Audiences, Publishers Must Unlock the Power of Innovative Visual Storytelling

Soon after, publishers have started their own Story experiments with Mashable releasing new vertical video product called 'Reels' that has a Story look and feel. Currently, Mashable produces two Reels a day. We at Apester took that a few steps further and launched a media player that allows publishers
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Milo Yiannopoulos Ends $10 Million Suit vs. Publisher … No Money Exchanged

Milo Yiannopoulos' $10 million lawsuit against Simon & Schuster is over and done … and the publishing giant says it isn't paying him a dime. TMZ broke the story … Milo sued his former publisher claiming they caved from mounting pressure — from all kinds of celebs — to put the kibosh on his book deal
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Peter Gorschlüter Appointed Director of Germany's Museum Folkwang

In 2005, Gorschlüter cofounded Passenger Books, a small publishing company. Since he joined the Museum of Modern Art in Frankfurt, he has organized numerous exhibitions showcasing the works of photographer Rineke Dijkstra; artist and theorist Hélio Oiticica; book- and installation-artist Jewyo
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MPs publish full unredacted report into RBS small business scandal

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MPs publish full unredacted report into RBS small business scandal

The Treasury committee has published the full unredacted report into Royal Bank of Scotland's “disgraceful” treatment of struggling small businesses that came to it for financial assistance in the wake of the banking crisis. The influential group of MPs, chaired by Nicky Morgan, released the report after a
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The Dangers of Amazon's Dominance

There have already been nasty price disputes involving book publishers and others over the years, but Amazon's digital domination is now another, separate issue. The dependence on its platform and services allows it to dictate terms and prices to suppliers. Moreover, as Stacey Mitchell of the Institute
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TV inspirational speaker Iyanla Vanzant coming to Sands Bethlehem Event Center

Inspirational speaker Iyanla Vanzant, best known for her life-coach television show “Iyanla: Fix My Life” on the Oprah Winfrey network, will bring her message to Sands Bethlehem Event Center, it was announced Tuesday. Vanzant, who also is a New York Times best-selling author and actress, will bring
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Publishers' Presence Is Felt at Toy Fair

Publishers, particularly coloring and activity, novelty, and book-plus specialists, are facing ever stronger competition from toy companies, a fact that was evident at this year's New York Toy Fair that ran February 17-20 in New York. Arts and crafts suppliers such as Crayola, Faber-Castell, and Leap Year,
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Slovenia's appearance at Frankfurt Book Fair sealed

Now that the contract is signed, the preparations will be further intensified, she noted, announcing more meetings with publishers abroad and appearances at literary festivals. “All this will be much easier now.” Slovenia's bid to become a guest of honour of the world's No.1 book fair was endorsed by the
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Will secluded 300-year-old former flour mill see the rise of a new generation of Northern Ireland …

He was accepted for a MA in Creative Writing, an experience he remembers as “wonderful” and he is especially warm in his praise of award-winning poet Sinead Morrissey who facilitated the writers group. “She was an inspiration and her loss to Queen's University when she moved to England was
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Market Heat Report: Musical Heavyweights Maintain Presence on Best-Seller List

The same slew of familiar names popped up once more on yesterday's best-seller list. Bruno Mars led the pack of musical heavyweights, earning the No. 1 spot for the final gig of his four-night stint at Las Vegas' Park Theater last night. He also picked up the Nos. 4 and 13 spots for fall dates with Cardi B
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Ministers must stop appeasing Tory backbenchers and publish their internal Brexit analysis – now

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Ministers must stop appeasing Tory backbenchers and publish their internal Brexit analysis – now

Yet the Government refuses to publish the underlying research, even though ministers have been forced to agree to make the document available to MPs within the confines of Parliament. Apparently they believe publication would undermine the UK's negotiating position with the rest of the European
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Can Publishers And Agencies Survive In A World Led By The Duopoly?

Sonobi There were some key buzzwords that drove a lot of the chatter in the advertising community in 2017, and none was more buzz-worthy than “the duopoly” — a word used to describe mass media platforms Google and Facebook. There is a clear reason why the duopoly became a sensational
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Current state of bioanalytical chromatography in clinical analysis

Chromatographic methods have become popular in clinical analysis in both routine and research laboratories. The purpose of this review article is to provide an overview of the current state of chromatographic methods, i.e., high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), gas chromatography (GC),
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Associate Publishing Specialist

Thomson Reuters has a career opportunity for a Associate Publishing Specialist in Hyderabad,
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Hiring Creative Writer w good humour to write 5000

Hiring Creative Writer w good humour to write 5000. Writing Creative Writing. Fixed Price. $100. Budget. $$$. Expert Level. I am willing to pay higher rates for the most experienced freelancers. Posted 1 hour ago
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Gotchas When Publishing Modules in npm and Bower

I had the experience of publishing my open-source library on npm and Bower. Although their official docs were quite good, I still ended up struggling with three little known gotchas. I won't focus on the basics in this post. You can always find and read about them. I'll instead focus on the gotchas.
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Super Mario Encyclopedia coming out in October

While that sadly means that Super Mario Odyssey will not be covered in-depth by the book – it may warrant a mention – this encyclopedia still figures to provide an in-depth look at the franchise. Included within its 256 pages are detailed character descriptions, maps of the various level designs, a history of
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Street Fight Daily: Publishers' Facebook Traffic Keeps Falling, Walmart's E-Commerce Growth Flags

Just a month after Facebook said it'd show less news in its news feed, news publishers are already feeling the brunt, multiple data sources show. How Augmented Reality Will Change Local SEO (Street Fight) Michael Quoc: Ultimately, local SEO is all about engagement, and AR helps brands engage
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Developers and publishers: Co-op or PvP?

When a developer instead adopts a client-centric approach, it's depriving itself of the opportunity to understand how to market its own games, which in today's self-publishing friendly world is a missed opportunity. Worse, this mindset could extend further by the developer failing to think of itself as bearing
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Issues In Academic Writing In Higher Education

Even though the teacher might notice that the student does indeed understand the subject matter, they will be forced to take off points for poor grammar and spelling. The best way to solve this issue too is to assign the student to question reading tasks every week. It is, of course, extra-curricular reading.
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The risk of publishers becoming a slave to their KPIs

But publishers' insistence to uphold archaic KPIs has ultimately contributed to the volatile environment of reduced resources, hurriedly pivoting to the latest trends without consideration for readers with an unabashed emphasis on their bottom line. And Facebook's recent algorithm change deprioritizing
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'Ebooks are stupid', says head of one of world's biggest publishers

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'Ebooks are stupid', says head of one of world's biggest publishers

The head of one of the world's largest book publishers has described the ebook as “a stupid product” that is unlikely to see further growth. Arnaud Nourry, chief executive of Hachette Livre, made the comment to the Indian news site Scroll.in in a wide-ranging interview about Hachette's future in India,
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'Billionaire' YouTuber Pretends To Be Homeless And Stuns Florida Restaurant Host

Most people would agree that homeless people can often get a frosty reception from passers-by – so one YouTube star has looked to test out people's reactions for himself. New York-based YouTuber Coby Persin dressed up as a homeless guy to see if a restaurant would still serve him – and shot down a
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Advertisers turn to PMPs on mobile amid ongoing brand safety concerns

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Advertisers turn to PMPs on mobile amid ongoing brand safety concerns

As a result, mobile PMP inventory prices were at a 155% premium, compared to those paid for the average mobile impression available on an open exchange throughout 2017, according to PubMatic, with researchers concluding that more supply-control equates to more profit for publishers. Separate
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Warner Music appoints Marcela Vaccari to VP in Latin America role

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Warner Music appoints Marcela Vaccari to VP in Latin America role

In the role, Vaccari will work on enhancing Warner Music's existing business partnerships and striking new deals to help grow revenue for the company and its artists. Iñigo Zabala, president of Warner Music Latin America and Iberia, said: “Marcela is an incredibly talented and hard-working executive.
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Author Paula McLain to visit Rochester, West Bloomfield

“It wasn't so long ago that I was a starving graduate student in creative writing in Ann Arbor, trying to hone my skills as a writer, and hoping against hope that I'd be published one day. I'm thrilled to be invited back to Michigan for Everyone's Reading to talk about discovering and inhabiting the life of the
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Notion Press publishes Ekta Abhay Lather's fiction book 'Piper' — notionpress

(MENAFN Editorial) Notion Press, India's fastest growing self-publishing company, has published Ekta Abhay Lather's fiction book 'Piper'. The story of the book revolves around its protagonist 'Piper', a young, fun-loving, optimistic college girl. With lots of dreams and desires, Piper enrolls herself at a
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Bronchial Carcinoid? Interventional Pulmonologist First!

The data presented by Reuling and colleagues [1] in the current issue of Respiration provide new additional support challenging the dogmatic recommendation of surgical treatment as the sole curative treatment in all neuroendocrine tumors (NETs) and carcinoids in particular. Pulmonary NETs
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Writing Contest winners announced

ANGOLA — Trine University has announced the winners of its ninth annual Walter Cunningham Writing Contest. Named after Walter Cunningham, a Tri-State University alumnus, the campus-wide competition honors the best in poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction and academic writing. Early in his career,
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Spring Writes – Creative Writing Workshops 2nd March

Awake your creativity through a variety of writing exercises and prompts designed to inspire and mot.
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Beahan named writer-in-residence at Banfill-Locke

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Beahan named writer-in-residence at Banfill-Locke

Beahan is a writer, facilitator and coach. She originally hails from rural mid-Missouri, but recently relocated to the Twin Cities from Seattle. She holds an MFA in fiction writing from Goddard College, an MS in rural sociology from the University of Missouri-Columbia and a BA in creative writing from
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Woman Accused Of Leaving Abusive Note On Ambulance Windscreen In Court Today

The British woman accused of leaving an abusive note for paramedics who were busy attending an emergency call will appear in court today. Kirsty Sharman, 26, has been charged with a public order offence and breaching a restraining order for the note, which demanded the paramedics move their
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