Monthly Archives: July 2016

Talented Boy with Autism Writes, Illustrates, Markets Magic Pencil Comic Book

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A news story that urges a  rethinking of labels and their accompanying limitations. That Jonathan Ebel, 14-years old, but comprehends at a third-grade level seems irrelevant. Ebel has tapped into his innate ability.which autism does not erase… and he is producing … Continue reading

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Why Transferring Talent to a New Field Can Be Challenging : Music Video Insight

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Authors Guild Tackles Fairpay, Copyright Violation, and Other Issues for Writers

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Heads up information on industry trends and challenges from an organization established in 1912 for established and emerging writers.. Interview with Mary Rosenberger, executive director of Authors Guild, who is a copyright attorney also, gives aspiring writers an excellent overview … Continue reading

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How States and Entrepreneuts Profit from Foster Children and Other Citizens

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University of Baltimore law professor, Daniel Hatcher exposes surprising and questionable business practices in his book, The Poverty Industry:T he Exploitation of America’s Most Vulnerable Citizens. References C-Span.org http://tinyurl.com/htkvwyh Atlantic Monhly.com http://tinyurl.com/jnxdfsh http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2016/06/poverty-industry/487958/ Takeaways include: Harmful industry practices offer an opportunity for positive change. … Continue reading

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Tech and Blog Post Update

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Until today, unable to log in at all due to a  password issue. Meanwhile, upgrade of operating system still in progress. And Jan Accommodation post  update will be completed Saturday.

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