Monthly Archives: January 2014
Originally posted on The Library Effect:
Enhancing Learning Through Sequential Art It wasn’t until the 1990s that graphic novels increased in popularity and acceptance as a literary expression, when Art Spielgelman’s Maus, a Holocaust survivor story, won the Pulitzer Prize in 1992 and Joe Sacco’s graphic journalism piece Palestine won the American Book Award in…
A person who takes their craft seriously enough to begin working really hard at it…is using the same psychological energy as a person engaged in conquest. It’s gotta go somewhere, honey. -K. Hooten
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Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
I learned a couple things from the response to my article on slang phrases from the 1920s. Number first: The Roaring Twenties really did have the coolest vernacular ever. However, I also found out that the internet loves the 1920s as much as I do — except for the overt…
Today I am sad. I realize recently I live in a place where friendship and enthusiasm for the company of others is enough to freak a person out. It breaks my heart a little place that this culture is so cynical and damaged that everyone feels the need to be too cool for each other […]
Originally posted on TechCrunch:
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Spencer Chen (@spencerchen), head of marketing and growth at Frontback. Previously led market development for Mixpanel, Appcelerator, Huddle, and a bunch of old-school enterprise companies. This past week Las Vegas played host to the annual CES conference and concurrently, the annual chiding of tech…
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