Ingenious schooling Complete and Irreparable Revision on the Concepts Traditional Academic ideas by American pedagogue David Botkin

Ingenious schooling Complete and Irreparable Revision on the Concepts Traditional Academic ideas by American pedagogue David Botkin Impressive knowledge can be a model which had been decide to put in advance by a united states pedagogue David Botkin. It calls for an entire and irrevocable overhaul of the fundamental principles[…]

Read More »

David Bowie and Copyright

This is an interesting article from the Washington Post’s Robert Gebelhoff on the late, great, David Bowie’s views on American copyright law. david-bowie-was-wrong-about-copyright-thankfully/ The ongoing battle over copyright laws and how they should be applied, and for what period of time, is both interesting and frustrating. Interesting because the existence of[…]

Read More »

College Biology Lab Report Sample

Do you need to accept substantial marks as well as have a little more spare time for a activities and buddies? Would you like to dodge stress and fatigue and sleepless times compared to your textbooks among other evaluation material? Do you wish to watch your teachers climbing their eye[…]

Read More »

Now This Could Get Interesting.

The Author’s Guild has issued a formal letter asking for significant changes to “standard” publishing contracts. Read the entire letter here: https://www.authorsguild.org/industry-advocacy/guilds-letter-to-publishers-calls-for-real-change-to-book-contracts/ There are some valid points here. Our publishing house already provides contracts that allow for 50% of Ebook revenue. However, the Author’s Guild’s claim that “without serious contract[…]

Read More »

Best first sentences ever?

The folks over at Gawker Book Review – @gawkerreview – have compiled a list of the best opening sentences in fiction. http://review.gawker.com/the-50-best-first-sentences-in-fiction Such lists are always suspect at best but they make for an interesting contrast in styles. From the short and sweet, (“They call me Ishmael.”) to the long[…]

Read More »