Proud to have been a part of this amazing event!
Maybe you have been harbouring secret thoughts about getting a book from those blog posts that you’ve been writing. I think about it too, occasionally, as patter is now several books worth of words.
Well, before you take the plunge, it’s worth just thinking about blogging and book writing. What do they have in common? How might they be different? What kind of book do you have in mind?
Would Vance Packard have blogged if the technology had been available to him?
Some bloggers put together a set of their most popular posts to create quickie ebooks. Such ebooks are downloadable from their website, and are either completely free or sold at very low cost. In blog based publications, the bloggers may have tidied the posts up and ordered them – but in essence what you get is a set of short pieces some of which you may have already read.
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Great post about our event.
On December 13, 2017, graduate students of International Communication at St. John’s University presented a variety of innovative projects they developed throughout a class in Design Thinking at a Graduate Symposium. The event was organized and moderated by Dr. Minna Horowitz, who led the Design Thinking class during this fall semester.
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Content creation and team – core ingredients of success.
Suman Rath, Nordic Film, on Nordic innovation
Geographical diversity and high level of education in Europe feeds into the power of our startups. We don’t do it the American way. We do it our own way.
Tom Wehmeir, Atomico