If you have a way with words, why not invest in it? More and more people are discovering the joys and rewards of freelance writing. Instead of writing for yourself, write for other people who will enjoy reading your articles. Best of all, you have be a freelance writer without disrupting your current lifestyle, or you could say goodbye to your place behind the desk and work conveniently from home.... [Read more]
Once you have made a decision to become a freelance writer, you will need to learn how to make your writing business gain positive light. Freelance writing newbies often commit mistakes that send their chances spiraling down the drain. Here are just some of them:
This is the mortal sin of all writing, freelance or not. This basically happens when you steal someone else’s ideas and make... [Read more]
There’s a misconception by many people that anyone with a camera can be a photographer. This is an especially risky thought to have if you’re looking for a commercial photographer in New York City. Per capita, it’s hard to imagine any city in the world having more photographers than New York and they are definitely not all created the same.
If you’re looking for NYC fashion photographers,... [Read more]
New York does not lack for artists or creative types. So if you need a photographer, you won’t have any problem finding options. Of course, not all photographers in New York are going to be up to the task. Here are some easy ways to cut through all our options.
First, figure out what kind of photography you want. Is this a shoot for business reasons? Then you need a commercial photographer. Are you... [Read more]
“Existential Phenomenology and the Brave New World of The Matrix” is an essay written by Hubert L. Dreyfus and Stephen D. Dreyfus, included in Phin Upham’s book Space of Love and Garbage. Hubert Dreyfus is Professor of Philosophy in the graduate school at the University of California, Berkeley. His research interests bridge the analytic and Continental traditions in 20th-century philosophy,... [Read more]
By Phin Upham
It’s a sociological truth that language evolves over time, with societies having their own interpretation on the meaning of a word. In some cases, this can mean that its meaning is subverted entirely. But according to Martha Gill in The Guardian, this isn’t always a good thing. Her example: the current dual usage of the word “literally.”
The original definition of “literally”... [Read more]
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(Reuters) – Online book retailer Amazon.com Inc said on Monday it has signed a multi-year deal with Simon & Schuster Inc, the second Big-Five book publisher, on the future price of e-books. Amazon, which had been in talks with Simon & Schuster since July over pricing, confirmed the deal first reported by the Business Insider news blog that the two had reached an agreement. Amazon had... [Read more]
(Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc signed a multi-year deal with Simon & Schuster Inc, the second major Big Five book publisher it has been negotiating with on the price of e-books, Business Insider reported, citing a source with knowledge of the situation. Online book retailer Amazon had been in talks with Simon & Schuster since July over pricing. Amazon had been locked in a war with publisher... [Read more]
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Fox's television studio has been developing an adaptation of the best-selling 1994 Ebola chronicle “The Hot Zone” for more than a year, the Twenty-First Century Fox Inc-owned company said on Friday. “It's a strange and upsetting coincidence that we all happen to be experiencing this current scare, and we're of course extremely sensitive... [Read more]
Mara Wilson made her breakthrough in Robin Williams childcare comedy “Mrs. Doubtfire,” but 2016 will see her published as the author of “(K) for Kid,” a recollection of her time growing up on film sets and foreign cities.
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Child star of ‘Mrs. Doubtfire,’ ‘Matilda’ strikes memoir deal
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Celebrating the 10th anniversary of John Green's life as a published author will be a new edition of “Looking for Alaska,” which is set to hit the shelves in January 2015.
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John Green’s first book gets ‘Fault in Our Stars’ makeover
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