How to write an introduction

Narrative introduction example: “ONCE there were four children whose names were Peter, Susan, Lucy, and Edmund. This story is about something that happened to them when they were sent away from London during the war because of the air-raids. They were sent to the house of an old Professor who lived in the country, far, […]

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How to network: Tips for shy people

If you’ve joined LinkedIn but haven’t filled out any of the more detailed descriptions of yourself, you’re not getting the most out of the network. It’s all about engagement in the community. And the more complete your profile is, the more that potential clients, HR managers and friends can learn about you. If you think […]

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How to Earn Cash While Still Learning

  Attending college is essentially important since it equips you not only with education but also with the ability to connect with individuals from diverse backgrounds. This can be helpful, especially in your future career. In college, different schedules help you plan your daily studies. However, you can get numerous free time that you can […]

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Marketing Using Digital Media

The importance of the Internet since its very beginning is impossible to overestimate. Most of the people in the current generation take the Internet for granted. It gives people access to the daily happenings of different parts of the world. It also serves as a source of information and forms a platform for various means […]

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Playing with America, Part 5

The fifth and final planned post in a series on toys, games, and American Studies. If you want to contribute some thoughts toward the weekend’s open post, please feel very free to do so in comments! On the stigmas and the scholarly benefits of D&D and other role-playing games. Today’s the 35th birthday of my […]

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Taxing Poems

To round out the week of National Poetry Month posts, and in honor of tax day, here are five poems that will tax your powers of interpretation—but that pay high dividends if you allow yourself to be taxed. (And no, I won’t be saying anything about them—that’d be cheating!) Anne Bradstreet, “Prologue” (1650) Philip Freneau, […]

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