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Free!! (Did I mention free?)

Originally posted on Ruff Off The Cuff:
Everybody likes free stuff, right? I know I sure as hell do. I’ll even take stuff I don’t like just because it’s free. I’ll send in for food I don’t eat or lotions with too much perfume that I won’t use or whatever just because they are free.… Continue reading

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Hacker Culture Becoming Mainstream?

Originally posted on Sociological Reasoning:
While writing review of two books: The Mastermind and Bad Blood, I noticed that organizations described in them consciously employed hacking as main ways to solve problems. In the case of the Mastermind, the entire enterprise where Paul le Roux built was centered around hack culture. He figured out various… Continue reading

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Freelance

Originally posted on A Moment With Your Book:
Dear friends, It had been a while since I wrote real articles to share with everyone. Hope everyone is doing good. Lately I started freelance work from writing Ebooks, proof reading, writing articles, short stories. Please feel free to contact me anytime if you need to any… Continue reading

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Introduction ;-))

Originally posted on “Smells Like Old Houses” In Use – since 1782:
This is a book about the technique of writing a bestseller – a great popular novel. It is also about the reason why certain novels become bestsellers. It is also about the part which books play in our lives, because without understanding… Continue reading

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Is Focusing on What You Can Control the Key to Happiness?

Originally posted on Spiritti:
How many of us are truly happy? How many of us know what true happiness really is? The answer to those questions is likely beyond the scope of this article, but one thing remains for certain: Focusing on what you can control, rather than what you can’t, can likely contribute to… Continue reading

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