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Designing Inclusive Content Models

In the 1920 s, Robert Moses designed a method of parkways smothering New York City. His designings, which included overpasses too low for public buses, have become an often-cited example of exclusionary motif and are argued by biographer Robert A. Caro to represent a purposeful barrier between the city’s Black and Puerto Rican residents and […]

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3 Writing Challenges That Will Make You a Better Writer

Are you looking forward to a writing challenge that really experiments your writing abilities? Something that moves your writing process beyond national tale writing month( although trying out NaNoWriMo is a good challenge to face )? As a novelist, you’ve probably listened this issue: “What’s your category? ” Or maybe you’ve been asked, “What is […]

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No More Consumers!

I don’t like the word “consumer.” It is one-dimensional and does not accurately image the relations between the two countries we experience with the people we treated with on social media. They buy our products and often discuss the matter with their friends. Can’t we find a better descriptor? In one respect, maybe we could […]

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How to Find the Writing Coach You Need

Do you have a great idea for a notebook but you’re not sure what to do with it? Have you ever started writing a book and never finished, or finished it but didn’t know what to do next? If yes, you might feel baffled. You also might vastly benefit from hiring a writing coach. But […]

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The richest athlete of all time did nothing with his wealth and vanished into history

Over the course of his chariot racing career, Gaius Appuleius Diocles won nearly 60,000 lbs of amber. What did he do with it? Who knows It might have gone a little like … this 😛 TAGEND Gaius Appuleius Diocles knew his racket. He didn’t need to win; he really had to survive. Seven laps. Twelve […]

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5 Creative Virtual Employee Appreciation Ideas

With the onset of COVID-1 9, the “future of work” arrived sooner than expected. For years, guessed leaders foreseen a virtual working conditions where technology would change the traditional formations and paradigms that dictated how we worked for decades. While engineering has certainly reformed some of these structures, like video meets in lieu of in-person […]

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Audibles at the Line: Week 13

Audibles at the Line: Week 13 Andrew Potter 07 Dec 2020, 03:30 am compiled by Andrew Potter Each Sunday, the FO staff sends around emails about the games that each of us are watching. We share information about the games that the rest of the group might not be watching, ask questions, and retain everyone […]

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12 Best Practices for Peer-to-Peer Recognition

Think about the best job you ever had. Probably one of the reasons why you loved it was because of the relationships you had with your peers. You deplete an extraordinary amount of time with your coworkers, and is recognized that they admire and respect you has a direct influence on your motivation. While most […]

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Start and Sit: Week 2

Start and Sit: Week 2 Scott Spratt 17 Sep 2020, 03:06 pm With exactly one week in the books, participates haven’t performed residence and superhighway starts to offer evidence of possible changes to the value of home-field advantage this year. But at least in Week 1, home quarterbacks were significantly more productive than their artery […]