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AppCoda Beginning iOS9 Programming with Swift-S...

content discovered on Friday, October 16, 2015

Год выпуска: 2015Автор: Simon NgЖанр: РазработкаИздательство: AppCoda LimitedЯзык: АнглийскийФормат: PDF/ePUB/HTMLКачество: eBook (изначально компьютерное)Количество страниц: 549 Описание: Мы часто спрашиваем, почему книги по программированию скучные?… Эта книга красиво оформлена с цветными скриншотами и иллюстрациями, которые помогут вам узнать дополненный и улучшенный язык программирования Swift 2.0 и iOS 9. Книга доступна в формате PDF/ePUB/HTML, так что вы можете прочитать её на вашем любимом устрой... read more »

The truth about trophies

content discovered on Wednesday, October 14, 2015

This may surprise you, but I really don’t have a problem with participation awards, especially for kids. It does no harm to recognize a kid for “just showing up.” However––that participation trophy shouldn’t be 3 feet high and it shouldn’t be the same as the champion’s. If you want to cultivate a certain behavior, reward [] read more »

Promoter Mind, Hustler Heart: Empowering Yourse...

content discovered on Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Blurb: In Promoter Mind, Hustler Heart marketing guru and nightlife ninja Shaun Gold unleashes an inspiring manifesto of empowerment to accompany the now of a social media age. Gold's enlightenment and uncommon wisdom will teach readers how embracing opportunity and turning it into a plan for action can result in work and a life that matters. Based on proven principles, and drawn from years of working in the competitive and aggressive industry of Miami nightlife, Promoter Mind, Hustler Heart is the perf... read more »


content discovered on Sunday, October 11, 2015

Paulo Coelho is a popular Brazilian lyricist and novelist. His bestseller 'The Alchemist' has been translated into 80 languages.The beauty of this novel lies in its simple narrating style with inspiring wisdom. A shepherd boy named Santiago travels from his motherland in Spain to an Egyptian desert in search of treasure buried in Pyramids. In the process of his journey, Santiago turns to find the treasure within. It is a book that every dreamer must read.It reaffirms the power of realizing your dreams. T... read more »


content discovered on Saturday, October 10, 2015

I already mentioned in my earlier posts as well that I am a bookworm. In fact, I am not in this writing business for a large chunk of  my life i.e. 2011, though such instinct was in seed form in my boyhood days. More than writing, I am a voracious reader. Books are my choicest friends.  They allow me to invite whenever I needed and accept my whims the moment I ask them to go away.  This advantage of books  has enriched me a lot.  If you come to my home, my study table resembles a professors desk with ... read more »


content discovered on Thursday, October 08, 2015

Books only aid to strengthen our inner resolve.  All the Self-Help books do magic in your life provided if you scrupulously follow their concepts. I had seen  Gopi Kallayils first youtube video in March, 2013 and was terribly inspired by his tips to lead a productive inner life.   His lecture  discussed how alcoholic we became with technology, especially with internet and cursed with continuous partial attention. Your can read my earlier article of his tips here.  I elaborated my own insights  on the i... read more »

Fear the walking links

content discovered on Thursday, October 01, 2015

...and we're back. I got quite a bit done on my novel last month, though perhaps not as much as I would've liked. It's a slow process, at least for me, which is ironic since the first draft was written during National Novel Writing Month (which is next month), where speed is key to success. Maybe I've forgotten some of the lessons I've learned from that event; I don't know, but it's not like I'm writing this under a deadline. I made progress, which is what matters, and I expect to keep going.We've reache... read more »

Music in Writing and Reading by Julie Arduini

content discovered on Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Julies note: This was originally intended to be an article for an ezine but the project didnt move forward. I thought I would share here with you as the theme was music. Not only do writers use music, but I do as a reader, too. Consider these whether you write or read. Do you use any of [] read more »

How to be successful––guaranteed

content discovered on Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Today I have the honor of talking to a group of aspiring entrepreneurs at Southern Maine Community College. This is part of an amazing program in business studies lead by my dear friend and mentor Michelle Neujahr. She makes it a point to expose these students to real people doing real business. The subject of [] read more »

Helene Cohen Bludman's "Books is Wonderful"

content discovered on Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Books is Wonderfulmight be an unusual name for a blog, but as Helene Cohen Bludman states, “Books is Wonderfulcomes from something I wrote when I was four years old. I still have the original (drawing) that was laminated by my proud mother!” Helene began writingBooks is Wonderfulin 2011, because she wanted to brush up on her writing skills as she prepared to write her first novel. She feels that women of midlife, people who love to read, writers, and bloggers would all enjoy readingBooks is Wonderful.... read more »

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