Why Online Magazines Are Becoming More Popular

We have seen an enormous growth in the capabilities and opportunities of the online world. The everyday online magazine, blog, listing or website has now become the best accessible, most effective way of advertising anything; whether it is a roll of toilet paper, or the latest addition to the gadget world. The average person today would much rather quickly read an article or news report on the internet, where it is immediately accessible and available, than going out to buy a specific newspaper or magazine that includes the specific article or news bulletin. Think about it; you hear that one

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How to Write a Newspaper Article Quickly and Easily!

Articles in a newspaper are quick and to the point, not infused with a whole lot of personal opinion or evaluation, and tend towards the facts plain and simple as you can possibly imagine. This style may not seem like a lot of fun to write, but it is one of the most important types of stories and writing skills that you could possibly have. After all, newspapers employ more writers than any other writing industry, and even most companies who are not in the writing industry will look to hire people for writing newspaper articles. So, if you’re a

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Can AI Combat Fake News?

The phenomena of “fake news” may have captured the imagination of Americans during the 2016 Presidential Campaign and the later investigation of Russia’s attempts to swing the election to Donald Trump using fake news on Facebook among other schemes. The truth is that fake or phoney news has been around as a tool for a while and by many to spread propaganda and conspiracy theories for many years prior to the 2016 election. Websites including InfoWars and Brietbart among others have been spreading fake news that supports their agendas. However, it has become a political and societal issue since the

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Why Is There So Much NEGATIVE News?

We are experiencing a period of time, when people, seem to be, either, compulsive, news – junkies, fixated on watching stations which only report current events, which support their personal/ political agenda, or, avoiding any reporting, altogether! This may be, at least, to some degree, because, there is so much NEGATIVE information, reported, and, many of us, undergo, constant, undesirable anxiety, stress, and angst, because of world affairs. It seems, we’ve never seen so much more negative than positive information, before, but, while there has always been some, the degree and severity of what’s occurring in our nation, and the

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Why Do People Read Magazines?

Magazines are a great source of information and entertainment. People who are regular magazine readers tend to be the most informed about the world. The subject matter of magazines varies as much as the world around us. The choice is completely up to you: It could be health, education, fashion, movies, technology, science, business and the economy, sports, lifestyle, travel and tourism, or anything in between. Besides reading magazines at home, you’ll also find them in hotels, airplanes, offices, salons and just about any place with a waiting room. Women tend to read magazines more frequently than men. They usually

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Why, So Many, Have TIRED, Of Current News?

I have found, myself, often warning my fellow Americans, to wake – up, and resist the temptation, to avoid the every – day, annoyances, vitriol, and empty promises/ rhetoric, we witness, nearly daily! If we take this easier path, of lesser resistance, and ignore this behavior, we let those, who wish to, perhaps, transform our nation, from the land of the free, with equal liberty, rights, and justice, for all, to something, many of us, believe, will be unrecognizable! Instead of giving up, and permitting the negative influences, win, we must avoid the temptation to become TIRED, of the current

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How To Be A Gentlewoman

Price: (as of – Details) In 2016 Lotte Jeffs won ‘Writer of The Year’ at the Press and Publishing Association Awards. The following year she was shortlisted for ‘Columnist of the Year’ for her eponymously-named ELLE magazine column, Lotte’s Lexicon. She has been a features writer and columnist for the past 15 years, writing for the Independent, the Guardian, The Saturday Times, The Sunday Times, the Evening Standard and ELLE. Jeffs has enjoyed a successful career on staff at magazines most recently as Features Editor and Acting Deputy Editor of ES Magazine and Deputy Editor and Acting Editor in Chief

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The Tender Bar: A Memoir

Price: (as of – Details) “A beautiful, gravelly love letter.” — Jonathan Miles, New York Times Book Review “Heart-wrenchingly funny.” — Carol Memmott, USA Today “It’s a fierce and funny coming-of-age story about ambition and yearning and necessary betrayals . . . superb literary brew.” — Maureen Corrigan, NPR’s Fresh Air “The best memoirist of his kind since Mary Karr wrote The Liar’s Club.” — Janet Maslin, New York Times “The only thing wrong with this terrific debut is that there has to be a closing time.” — Malcolm Jones, Newsweek