Monthly Archives: December 2013
Busting The eBook Bias: Five Reasons Why ‘Pizza for Good’ Can And Will Break The Media-coverage Glass Ceiling
Will Pollock has a post up on why Pizza for Good can and will help break the media bias against eBooks. Here’s an excerpt: You might call it an ebook-marketing manifesto. You might call it a plea. You might also call it a pipe dream. Whatever you think after reading, one thing is for sure: […]
Sam Howe might want to invest in a durable Santa suit. Known by the Twitter handle @melip0ne, Howe helps a chosen-few followers kick off the best weekend ever—with a free large pizza pie on Fridays. The only prerequisite? Be a follower, and interact. From the PMQ story: Every Friday I get a pizza pie for one of […]
You may have seen the sad news recently that, compared to the rest of the world, U.S.-student scholastic aptitude is lagging way behind other countries. Our plight is summed up well by Fareed Zakaria: “While we’re walking around going nowhere on a people mover, the rest of the world is on an escalator. In a […]
[ARTvision-8] the promise of peace • “Coping by Doing: Life After the Navy Yard”.