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The Ultimate Guide to Beta Readers: Definition, Why They Matter, and How to Find Them

If you’ve looked into the process of publishing a volume, you might have heard the call “beta readers.” But what are beta readers? Do you really need them? And when do they come into the writing process? A couple suggestions: yes, if you’re going to publish a journal, you need beta books. And no, they’re […]

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My favorite public health and health care books of 2020

Christmas Eve may be a little late in the vacation season to be recommending books, but then again, e-books can be a great last-minute gift for procrastinators. One constant that has helped stop me sane during this stormy pandemic time has been always having a physical or virtual rack of intriguing books to read next. […]

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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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The Should-How Fallacy (Or Why “Correct” Isn’t “Useful”)

Get a chicken. Cook it until it’s perfectly done. Reduce the jus to a delightful go sauce. Then finish it with some butter until it has the right balance of flavors. Enjoy. This is a useless recipe, but it’s not wrong. It expects, nonetheless, that accurate advice on what you should do is as priceless […]

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Jobs To Be Done

In this chapter, you’ll learn about these movements 😛 TAGEND How to create a jobs-driven roadmapUsing occupation legends to solve specific intend problemsHow to architect such structures of a solutionTesting assumptions directed by JTBD A software company I once worked for hampered exactly what we announced “hackweeks” once a quarter. This was a time for […]

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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 […]

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Secret Base reviews: Pteranodon

Photo by Katherine Frey/ The Washington Post via Getty Images I sometimes like to think about what discovering Pteranodon must have felt like. What, precisely, is the reference frame for a fish-eating flying reptile with a 20 ’ wingspan? The biggest fossils might have been mind-bogglingly gigantic, but at least they weren’t expected to do […]