Tag: 1–149 Pages
Internet Marketing 2017 (Uday Shankar Byri)
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“Endless targeted traffic means huge profits. Good news is you don’t have to beg for targeted traffic anymore!
So, you wanna learn best/working Internet Marketing Tips? Learn the skills to become an Independent Marketer and never rely on the ‘Internet Marketing Gurus’ again.
How about setting up simple traffic streams that continuously flow targeted, responsive buyers to your site for months, even years to come?
You know, generating endless new visitors to the Website is the key to make money online. Continue reading…
Banking Beyond Men (Melissa Cuturich)
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“Banking Beyond Men will open your mind to the unjust actions of Bankers, the ones we do not suspect and the people we trust with our financial futures and that of our families.
We take you through the history and culture of Banking as you discover that not much has changed and that we do not really understand the documents we are actually signing. The stories are based on true events and only names have been changed, however all have had a successful outcome even after they were made Bankrupt and lost everything. Continue reading…
Of the Conduct of the Understanding (John Locke)
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“John Locke, widely known as the Father of Liberalism, was an English philosopher and physician regarded as one of the most influential of Enlightenment thinkers. Considered one of the first of the British empiricists, following the tradition of Francis Bacon, he is equally important to social contract theory. His work had a great impact upon the development of epistemology and political philosophy. His writings influenced Voltaire and Rousseau, many Scottish Enlightenment thinkers, as well as the American revolutionaries. Continue reading…
Highlights from Thoughts Are Things (William Walker Atkinson)
From our journey through random or quality (or random quality) books, here are some highlights from William Walker Atkinson’s Thoughts Are Things (1889).
Emphasis as it appears in the original work may be missing, and our own edits, though marked, may be broad. Important: By sharing these highlights we neither endorse nor recommend respective authors and their views. Assume that we know little of the authors, and that we have nuanced views on the matter—as with all our book recommendations.
The first reading of this book will serve as but a mere “taste” of its contents.
Midnight Fog: Poems and Platitudes (A.Y. Greyson)
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“Midnight Fog is an ode to the sadness and anger we’ve all felt. To lost loves and broken hearts and senseless betrayals, and of course, to hope.”
New Books Playground says: Midnight Fog: Poems and Platitudes is a beautiful work of poetry. Happy Holidays everyone. Continue reading…
The Old Man and the Sea (Ernest Hemingway)
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“The last novel Ernest Hemingway saw published, The Old Man and the Sea has proved itself to be one of the enduring works of American fiction. It is the story of an old Cuban fisherman and his supreme ordeal: a relentless, agonizing battle with a giant marlin far out in the Gulf Stream. Using the simple, powerful language of a fable, Hemingway takes the timeless themes of courage in the face of defeat and personal triumph won from loss and transforms them into a magnificent twentieth-century classic.”
New Books Playground says: The Old Man and the Sea is our favorite classic book from the famous author. Continue reading…
The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results (Gary Keller)
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“You want less. You want fewer distractions and less on your plate. The daily barrage of e-mails, texts, tweets, messages, and meetings distract you and stress you out. The simultaneous demands of work and family are taking a toll. And what’s the cost? Second-rate work, missed deadlines, smaller paychecks, fewer promotions—and lots of stress. And you want more. You want more productivity from your work. More income for a better lifestyle. Continue reading…
Back on Earth (Mark Andrew Heathcote)
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“This is a collection of breath-taking poetry and prose, which is packed with a cacophony of emotions. The author is masterful in poetic metaphor, often using birds, flowers and nature as an effective method of telling a heart’s story. The deep emotions of the writer will not be missed, but rather felt in a profound way, with imagery so strong, that the reader easily identifies with what the poet is saying. Mark muses on subject matter which addresses ageing, fading love, love’s rebirth, peace, harmony, and the consuming emotions of rage and love, locked in a poet’s heart. Continue reading…
Flatland (Edwin A. Abbot)
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“Flatland is a two-dimensional world of geometric figures. The narrator is a square, which makes him a member of the professionals. He has a dream about a one-dimensional world of lustrous points called Lineland. He trys to convince the Lineland King of a second dimension but it is impossible for the King to see outside of his straight line. A Sphere visits Flatland once each millennium to train a new apostle of the existence of Spaceland a three dimensional world. The Square cannot comprehend a third dimension until he sees Spaceland for himself. Continue reading…
Why We Should Go Vegan (Magnus Vinding)
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“Should we go vegan?
The unambiguous conclusion of this short book is ‘yes.’ This conclusion is reached through a broad examination of the consequences of our not being vegan—both in relation to human health, environmental pollution, the risk of the spread of diseases, and in relation to the beings we exploit and kill. On all these levels the conclusion is clear: We have no good reason to not go vegan, while we have many good reasons to stop our practice of raising, killing and eating non-human animals and things from them. Continue reading…