Now, by more or less popular demand, they are attempting to get funding for Atlanta Nights, the movie. Watch this, then think of donating a dollar, or even two, to the battle against scam publishers. The actor appears to be channelling Ewan McGregor in Big Fish, which may bode well for the venture.
An article in The Wall Street Journal, explaining how the duck speaks in a different voice in Germany and finds a different audience. To begin with, Donald quotes Goethe and Schiller, and his world is politicized.
This video is essentially an ad for the robot system, but listen for what no one emphasizes: they need fewer people, the pace of the work is robot-driven, and the problems associated with having humans handle stock vanish. Therefore, should not the next stage be eliminating those pesky humans?
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You think being a writer is easy? Fun? Profitable? Catherynne M. Valente has a few words for you: "No one slammed a fist down onto their desk and shouted: what we need here is a woman writer with too much education to natter incomprehensibly about fairy tales!"
Time was, no one worried much about the time of day. You got up at dawn, ate the big meal around noon, and went to bed when the sun did. Then things got complicated and daylight saving time was the result, courtesy of William Willett—and WWI.