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Writing Magnets: Authoring to Attract and Audience in eWorld
Pulling in and maintaining an audience in today's multimedia market.
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SOCIAL MEDIA, Cognition, Memes

SOCIAL MEDIA, Cognition, Memes | Writing Magnets: Authoring to Attract and Audience in eWorld | Scoop.it

Click ^ to visit my web page where I focus on my passion for social media--the psychological/social structures which feed and feast in the market--the science of memes. I am an English professor, using psychology and memetics to activate students. Thanks for sharing. Return often!

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Why France is shunning the ebook

Why France is shunning the ebook | Writing Magnets: Authoring to Attract and Audience in eWorld | Scoop.it
When it comes to reading books, the French are determinedly bucking the digital trend and sticking to paperbacks (RT @GuardianBooks: Why France is shunning the ebook http://t.co/18CMprEg...)...

 

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from Darin...An interesting article concerning a quirk in epublishing. The French to go their own way with things, and with language matters, they are usually retroactive.

 

Thank you for taking the time to read here and follow the links. I am passionate about this topic, and strive to keep you up-to-date and informed. It takes a lot of work, but it is worth it to provide this to my community. I also write about the topics I curate, and I would love for you to visit my blog page: http://darinhammondbyui.weebly.com/blogs.html I write daily and keep it fresh. This is my own writing though I often refer to other sources and use multimedia. Your comments and questions are invited their as well.

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TwitLonger - When you talk too much for Twitter

TwitLonger is a simple service that lets you post those tricky messages that really do need more than 140 characters and send them to Twitter...

 

from Darin ... this site requires a login registration, just so you know.

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