By far the cheapest and easiest epigraphic display is a large whiteboard. And when it comes to whiteboards, you can’t be too big. Using commercial products for do-it-yourself whiteboards from here.
Contrary to popular belief, the costs of creating an e-book and a hardcover edition are similar. About 10 percent of hardcover costs go to printing, binding and shipping. Publishers set a retail price for an e-book, and selling agents such as Amaz…
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10 Tips on Writing the Living Web by Mark Bernstein 1. Write for a reason 2. Write often 3. Write tight 4. Make good friends 5. Find good enemies 6. Let the story unfold 7. Stand up, speak out 8. Be sexy 9. Use your archives 10. Relax! More detail…
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