Anheuser-Busch was forced to apologize for their latest ‘Up For Whatever’ campaign. AdvertisementsRead more "Bud Light Apologizes For Label That ‘Missed the Mark’"
Here’s the thing: Your sentences don’t have to say much. They just have to say the right things. When you are trying to get people to respond to your articles, subscribe to your email newsletter, buy your products, or donate to your cause … you need to write seductive sentences. And you need to do […]Read more "5 Ways to Write a Seductive Sentence"
Janice ponders a scene in Bologna, Italy that made her think of The Thinker by Rodin. The post Pic of the Week: thinking about The Thinker appeared first on Solo Traveler. A new article has been added to Solo TravelerRead more "Pic of the Week: thinking about The Thinker"
PLEASE MAKE A RECURRING GIFT: I’ve donated to the GlobalGiving Earthquake Fund – the money will go to a vetted network of NGOS – and they have a donor who is matching all recurring gifts. Even if you made a donation, consider making a recurring gift which will be matched and assure that funding will […]Read more "Nepal Earthquake Roundup: Emergency Fundraising Attention Cycle"
For as long as Evernote has been charging, it has cost $5 per month. Or free, if you can live with a few less features and reduced online storage. Today, however, it has changed its pricing to create three tiers – Basic, Evernote Plus and Evernote Premium. Basic remains its free plan, and allows you […]Read more "Evernote tweaks pricing to introduce more affordable premium tiers"
Elsewhen Noir is a monthly pulp fiction digest focused on speculative fiction genres such as cyberpunk, sci-fi, sci-fact, and (soon to be) steampunk. The Philosophical Android by Stephen Campbell A man goes to get his malfunctioning android decommissioned, but the android has other plans for him. Mr. Charlie’s Solution [Part I] by W.B. Harrison In […]Read more "Elsewhen Noir [1.1]: Cyberpunk Pulp Fiction"
Jenn Miller has been traveling with her four children for seven years straight, across five continents, through more than thirty countries, by bicycle, foot, ferry, bus, train, airplane and more. They’ve lived in tents for a year at a time and put their feet up at the Four Seasons. If you’re wondering what to pack […]Read more "How a Family Packs for Long Term Travel"