Not sure if I agree with this… but the table showing the differences between Scribd, Oyster, eReatah and Kindle Owners’ Lending Library is useful. In other words, if you’re not reading more than a book a month, or reading multiple titles at once, then you might not be getting a […]
Since coming to the United States, I have become more appreciative of comedy. In particular, humor’s ability to cut through serious issues. I guess I hadn’t realized that humor could […]
I’m in the final week of Understanding Media by Understanding Google. It has been a fantastic course, and I highly recommend it to anyone interested in learning more about tech, media […]
We’ve heard it many times before—WordPress is democratizing publishing. But have you ever stopped to think about what that really means? A link to my article on Torque: The History of WordPress and the Democratization of Publishing | @thetorquemag.
Last week I finally finished For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway. I must admit, I initially struggled to get into it. This may be because I got distracted […]
This week I thought I would share a couple of apps I use (or plan to use) for reading. Zinio is a digital magazine app I’ve been using for a little under six months. Oyster Books is a digital book subscription service. Zinio I’ve been really happy with Zinio. Here is […]
What do I struggle with most in my writing? Transitions. I began my career in government, where dot points and brevity ruled. Adding repetitive and seemingly unnecessary sentences throughout my […]