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Umberto Eco
was born on: 
5 January 1932
at: 
Alessandria, Italy
and died on: 
19 February 2016
at: 
Milan, Italy

Mr Hiroshi Nakaso, Deputy Governor of the Bank of Japan spoke at the Japan Society in New York, New York City on the 12 February 2016. He says that his primary goal is to overcome deflation and that this can be done by increasing the both the demand and the supply side of the economy, in particular by encouraging more women into the workforce. It works in Sweden, he says. He also wants all fit and healthy elderly people to work.

CoNet Section: 
Editorial Staff

As UK politicians prepare their arguments against and, largely, for continued membership of the European Union, two important issues are being overlooked. First, this is not the UK's first referendum on membership of the European project. Secondly, the trenches are in very different places.

Antonin Gregory Scalia
was born on: 
11 March 1936
at: 
Trenton, New Jersey, USA
and died on: 
13 February 2016
at: 
Shafter, Texas, USA
Epitaph: 
Conservative Supreme Court Judge with tendency to balanced judgments
Publication: 
Boutros Boutros-Ghali
was born on: 
14 November 1922
at: 
Cairo, Egypt
and died on: 
16 February 2016
at: 
Cairo, Egypt

"We're all grown ups," said my father. "We all know what's happening and we all know what's going to happen. We just have to get on with it."

There's an old, bad taste, joke that the longest ten minutes in the world is waiting for last night's date to dress and leave. That has nothing on waiting to die.

Editorial Staff

Complaints that the USA's Academy of Motion Picture Arts Awards fails to recognise black actors has resulted in a full review of classifications. We have obtained a transcript of a secret discussion, that did not take place, between the three anonymous people who really run the Oscars. Their names have been changed to protect the ridiculous.

The BBC needs revenue and that revenue has to come from advertising and sponsorship. Indeed, although in the UK its services are commercial free, its external broadcasts have long been advertisement-supported. Today it crossed into dangerous territory.

CoNet Section: 
CoNet Administrator

Once upon a time, an American bought London Bridge. That raises the question.. given the increasing Americanisation, and affinity with the USA, of Oxford University.. why doesn't it just sell itself, and its buildings to an American with less zeros after his name than a real billion would require?

CoNet Administrator

Humour is a powerful weapon and satire is amongst its sharpest blades. When someone said that the pen is mightier than the sword, he may well have had satire in mind.

They are the stuff of legend....ary abuse of the power of language, phrases that detract from comprehension - and more than that, just sound awful.

 

See part 2: http://pleasebeinformed.com/publications/content/author-hints-getting-web-presence-part-2

In part 3 of this article, we wrap up the decision process for creating a web presence.

Part 1: see http://pleasebeinformed.com/pu...

Twitter is tiring.

Twitter? Seriously, who actually reads Twitter aside from the media looking for snatched quotes? It's just noise.

You can't sell your book if no one knows about it.

If you are self-publishing, that means you are self-marketing, self-producing and self-accounting.

Stage one: raise awareness and for that the WWW is a useful tool.

Here's help....

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