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Pink featuring Nate Ruess - Just Give Me a Reason ("The Truth About Love" album) - Piano Tutorial

http://www.pianocrumbs.com - High quality piano tutorials. Piano cover and tutorial for "Just give Me a Reason" by Pink (featuring Nate Ruess - Fun. lead sen...

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Christina Perri - Jar of Hearts piano tutorial + sheets and MIDI

Hopefully this is the final version without mistakes... Mark Fowlers arrangement that i have transcribed.

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LA Songwriter Julia Holter on Gigi, Lynch and Loud City Song - The Skinny

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LA Songwriter Julia Holter on Gigi, Lynch and Loud City Song
The Skinny
I wanted to play piano, mainly, I started doing that when I was eight.” Following her parents' ...
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PrintPiano - Free Piano Sheets: Hold It Against Me - Britney Spears ...

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PrintPiano - Free Piano Sheets. Your #1 sheet music site to get all the hottest piano sheet music for free. Start playing your favorite songs with our vast database of free piano scores now! http://www.printpiano.com ...

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Writing effective emails – Federal Career Advice - Ask The Experts - FederalTimes.com

The faster and more easily a document can be read and understood, the more likely it is to be read and understood.

Convey messages with as few words as possible and ruthlessly deleting unnecessary information without cutting essential background information.Open your first email to a new contact with a concise introduction that quickly conveys context. For example: “Dear Joe: Lily Whiteman here from Federal Times. X suggested that I contact you as part of my search for information about Y.”Get to the point quickly: Explain what needs to be done, by whom and when within the first few sentences of each email.Preface a mile-long email string that you are forwarding to another recipient with a quick explanation of the string’s importance and necessary actions.Use headings to break up text and emphasize your logic in emails that are more than several paragraphs long.Highlight deadlines and other essential points with bold, underlining or headings. (Color won’t be visible in black-and-white printouts.)Use numbered lists to convey the sequence of necessary steps or the relative priority of included items, and using bullets to describe related items that are of equal importance.Eliminate or explaining acronyms that may stump anyone who will receive the email directly or via forwarding.Include your contact information and title in every email, even if recipients already have this information.Repeatedly spell-check and proofread.

Not only is an email’s content important, so too is its tone. The more collegial and positive its tone is, the more likely it will be to generate interest and cooperation from its recipients.


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Charles Tiayon's curator insight, November 5, 2013 11:06 AM

The faster and more easily a document can be read and understood, the more likely it is to be read and understood.

Convey messages with as few words as possible and ruthlessly deleting unnecessary information without cutting essential background information.Open your first email to a new contact with a concise introduction that quickly conveys context. For example: “Dear Joe: Lily Whiteman here from Federal Times. X suggested that I contact you as part of my search for information about Y.”Get to the point quickly: Explain what needs to be done, by whom and when within the first few sentences of each email.Preface a mile-long email string that you are forwarding to another recipient with a quick explanation of the string’s importance and necessary actions.Use headings to break up text and emphasize your logic in emails that are more than several paragraphs long.Highlight deadlines and other essential points with bold, underlining or headings. (Color won’t be visible in black-and-white printouts.)Use numbered lists to convey the sequence of necessary steps or the relative priority of included items, and using bullets to describe related items that are of equal importance.Eliminate or explaining acronyms that may stump anyone who will receive the email directly or via forwarding.Include your contact information and title in every email, even if recipients already have this information.Repeatedly spell-check and proofread.

Not only is an email’s content important, so too is its tone. The more collegial and positive its tone is, the more likely it will be to generate interest and cooperation from its recipients.