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A version of this article has previously appeared on AnonHQ. Those involved with ‘Marijuana.com’ had managed to find themselves burrowing through the DNC Dump of WikiLeaks. The DNC dump was not much of a surprise for them, so much as the emails pertained inside. Within heaping mounds of emails, they had found a paid segment…
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The following is an excerpt from my ebook, Career Choices and Challenges: An Astrological Guide, due for publishing in October.
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“Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.” – Thomas A. Edison
“I’m a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it.”
I’ve been a fairly lucky person all my life, and once, after a run of especially good luck ion my career, I set about analyzing it. I felt that perhaps by understanding my luck, I could not only increase it for myself, but perhaps also teach my heretofore unconscious “methods”…
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The fall down the rabbit hole is a long one – and often very painful. Once you start to deconstruct reality around you, you tend to alienate a lot of people. They are perfectly adjusted and don’t need your philosophical musings, thank you very much.
Vote with your dollars is something you will hear well-meaning sustainability-leaning people say a lot. I used to. I still do, to an extent, but it took a long time to realize just how difficult that is.
The idea behind voting with your dollars is to put your money where your values lie. If you are against animal testing on cosmetics, you make sure to only buy cosmetics that are not tested on animals. Easy, right? Not so fast. Did you know that The Body Shop (the most famous worldwide company for natural and ethically produced beauty products) is owned by L’oreal? I didn’t, and…
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Looking for summer reading suggestions? Or perhaps winter reading suggestions, should your hemisphere be the Southern one? Look no further than these three authors who — like you — make their online home at WordPress.com.
Claire began writing at age 40, after co-leading a marketing agency for many years. The book has been shortlisted for the Desmond Elliott Prize, which is awarded annually to a first novel written in English and published in the United Kingdom.
Claire is a prolific blogger who likes to share her flash fiction and offer writing advice. Why not pick up a copy of Our Endless Numbered Days and then see if your location is on Claire’s upcoming events list?
Here’s a synopsis
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Hi, Folks, I’ve been occupied with several major projects in the past few months, such as new and updated versions of six of my ebooks. That’s why I haven’t been able to check in with you as regularly as I’d like.
I’m pleased today to announce that another of the projects is finished–a free 35-page ebooklet with short bits from all of my books and ebooks that are currently available, including three books that are on Kindle. (The booklet is a new and much expanded version of one of my free earlier offerings.) Many thanks to Catherine Zola Allen for her help in preparing it.
Download a copy here Cunningham Book Sampler-2014 and pass it along to anyone you think might like a copy. I hope you enjoy it!
PS: When the file opens into your browser, it might look like it’s at 150%. When you save it to your hard drive and open it, it should be normal size. If not…
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I told you the story of NaNoWriMo 2013 didn’t I ? And how the nine of us got together to create Hungwrimos. If you didn’t get it, click here : http://thoughtspop.wordpress.com/2014/04/09/hungwrimos/. Today I would like to tell you more about us.
This is Jai. She is like a big sister or … you can say she is our Fairy Godmother. She is the caretaker and caregiver of the group. She is an inspiration to all of us. She is a wonderful writer and an excellent cook. Her most important thing in life is her little son Shubhya (Bubloo) who is the meaning to her life. She loves us unconditionally, if I may say so, the eight of us are one eye while Shubhya is her other eye. She and Vi keep coming up with such brilliant ideas like the Hungwrimos, the Litleague and the Yseeker. We don’t know what else…
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