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Angela Lynne Craig Angela Lynne Craig's blog:

How do I get people to engage online?

“How do I get people to engage online?” This is probably the most common question I get about church online.

Today, I want to talk about two different types of digital engagement and why they are necessary to building your followership and discipling people online – Promotional and Personal Engagemen

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Published on April 19, 2021 15:39
Chris Gavaler Chris Gavaler's blog:

Princes of Plagiarism: Drawing the line for copyright infringement (part 2 of probably 3)

Last week I looked at three court cases where an artist used a copyrighted photograph to create a new work: Warhol used a Goldsmith photograph of Prince to create the Prince Series, Fairey used a Garcia photograph of Obama to create HOPE, and a group used a photograph of a Madison Mayor to create a

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Published on April 19, 2021 03:48
Roosh V. Roosh V.'s blog:

The Desert Fathers

The Desert Fathers is a collection of ancient Christian wisdom compiled by monks. It’s primarily used to help other monastics but it can aid the lay Christian as well. Below is a selection of my favorite passages. If your faith doesn’t allow it, you may perceive the miraculous stories al

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Published on April 19, 2021 07:00
Ariestanabirah Ariestanabirah's blog:

Bagaimana Cara Komikus Webtoon Dibayar?

 Berdasarkan pengalaman saya sebagai editor, terdapat beberapa mekanisme pembayaran komikus webtoon/komik digital, antara lain: Kontrak Resmi PlatformJika
seorang komikus dikontrak resmi oleh platform/agensi/studio, maka
komikus menerima surat perjanjian kontrak [MoU]. Di MoU dijelaskan
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Published on April 19, 2021 22:54
Donnalynn Civello Donnalynn Civello's blog:

The Blueprint of the Human Soul

is divine…

We’re designed to love. We’re taught to hate.

In other words, love is our natural state and hate is a state that is curated around us. But no one ever tells us that. No one ever tells us that who we are is love. They don’t tell us that our DNA is divine and that love is at the hear

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Published on April 19, 2021 12:35
Neil Hughes Neil Hughes's blog:

6 Experiments to Help You Recharge When You’re Feeling Drained and Weird

I feel… weird.

After years of building my knowledge of “How To Self Care,” I’ve become well-versed in identifying my needs and fixing them. I know how to rest when I’m tired, or how to channel my energy when there’s an excess.

But lately it’s been increasingly difficult to recharge. I feel drained in

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Published on April 19, 2021 04:16
Peter  Way Peter Way's blog:

Introducing Tales from the Angels

Hello everybody, and welcome to the side series within the God’s Warriors universe, Tales from the Angels! In this series I will be retelling Bible stories from the view and involvement of the angels. Most of the stories will be told by Michael or Gabriel but sometimes one of the other angels might

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Published on April 19, 2021 04:36
J.L. Gribble J.L. Gribble's blog:

Review: Goode Boys Series by Sean Ashcroft

Troublemaker (Book 1)

Queer is a spectrum, and bisexuality is often rendered invisible in the M/M romance genre. That is not the case here, as reformed “troublemaker” Aiden accompanies Carter to a wedding as his fake date. Trouble is the plan here, to disrupt Carter’s mother’s plan to connect

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Published on April 19, 2021 07:00
Sharmishtha Basu Sharmishtha Basu's blog:

Photography trip 0 2.2.2020 Dakshineshwar Temple shot 2

Like these simple artworks? Enough to buy a few each month?

A select set of my photographs and paintings will be available to my patrons in patreon from January 2021
$1 patrons will get a set of photographs
$2 patrons will get a set of photograph and paintings.

Become my patrons and m

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Published on April 19, 2021 08:51
Brian Romanchuk Brian Romanchuk's blog:

Richmond Fed MMT Critique

Michael U. Krause, Thomas A. Lubik and Karl Rhodes published "MMT and Government Finance: You Can't Always Get What You Want" in a commentary at the Richmond Fed, which as the name suggests, is a critique of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT). To say that this article is underwhelming is an understate Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2021 06:00
Karl-Olov Arnstberg Karl-Olov Arnstberg's blog:

Inklusivitet


Inkludering är ett begrepp som allt oftare kommit att ersätta det hårt slitna integrationsbegreppet. Kanske är det så att påståendet att ”vi måste integrera invandrarna” börjar kännas förbrukat. Även om politiker och opinionsbildare är märkvärdigt tåliga när det gäller att gång på gång säga samma sa

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Published on April 19, 2021 18:58
Markus McDowell Markus McDowell's blog:

Audio – Scene 77 of To and Fro Upon the Earth: A Novel

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Published on April 19, 2021 09:55
Melody Robinette Melody Robinette's blog:

Introducing a new design for the WordPress apps

The WordPress mobile apps are the best way to manage your site from anywhere. If you’re already using the app, you might have noticed a new visual design that’s been rolling out. That rollout is complete in WordPress 17.1, which is available today for both Android and iOS. If you’re not already usin

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Published on April 19, 2021 05:00
Tracey Lynn Tobin Tracey Lynn Tobin's blog:

Plans & Goals 2021: Week…uh…15?

Good morning my lovely people, and welcome to another fine Monday morning! [/sarcasm chip overclocked]

If you’ve been paying any attention at all, you’ve probably noticed that I went AWOL for a few weeks there. The fact of the matter is that it was a weird, stressful few weeks that had me very out of

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Published on April 19, 2021 08:13
Brandy Ayers Brandy Ayers's blog:

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Published on April 20, 2021 02:46
Greg Pak Greg Pak's blog:

2021.04.22 – AsAm Creator Happy Hour to benefit AAAJ Chicago’s bystander intervention training

AsAm Creator Happy Hour featuring Preeti Chhibber, Amy Chu, Shing Yin Kor, Trung Le Nguyen, Greg Pak, and Randall Park

Very excited to join a bunch of my favorite people for the AsAm Creator Happy Hour panel this Thursday to raise money for the AAAJ Chicago’s bystander intervention training. Please sign up for the free event today!

From the official announcement:

Join us on Thursday, April 22 at 8pm ET / 7pm CT

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Published on April 19, 2021 06:26
D.R. Oestreicher D.R. Oestreicher's blog:

Faithful Place by Tana French *****

[image error] [image error]Faithful Place (#3/6 Dublin Murder Squad) byTana French begins when Frank Mackey is summoned home after 22 years. On the night he left, he’d planned to elope with Rosie Daly, but she hadn’t shown up for their rendezvous. Now new evidence suggests that she hadn’t abandon Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2021 07:31
Paolo Roversi Paolo Roversi's blog:

Grande successo per il NebbiaGialla con Connelly

Siete stati davvero tantissimi a seguirci e ad assistere agli incontri durante lo scorso weekend! Più di 10 mila! Sono stati due giorni fantastici, diversi dal solito, certo, senza il calore dei lettori e degli amici ma siamo comunque riusciti a realizzare qualcosa d’importante che sicuramente ci ha Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2021 06:37
Ben Kreucher Ben Kreucher's blog:

Quarantine Not Working? Time To Double Down

{You friendly, rational conspiracy theorist here: Things are getting weird…er. Some might say that we’re becoming the Totalitarian States of America. Some might say that we’re just starting to find the solutions to fix the Coronavirus pandemic. I think we’re … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2021 04:12
Jeff Grubb Jeff Grubb's blog:

Life in the Time of the Virus - Not Throwing Away My ... Shot.

Doctors Looking At Art
from John Hopkins Magazine And so I am vaccinated. The Johnson & Johnson "one and done" vaccine.

It happened a couple weeks back, on a Wednesday. It turns out that the process of making appointments was tougher than the process of getting the stab itself. Being JUST under 6

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Published on April 19, 2021 08:54
Nebojša Krivokuća Nebojša Krivokuća's blog:

O kamenim kipovima i posečenim stablima (iz "Kratke istorije napretka" Ronalda Rajta)

"Oko dva veka pre španske invazije Perua, jedna holandska flota u Južnim morima, dalje zapadno od Čilea i ispod južnog povratnika, naišla je na prizor koji nije bio ništa manje vredan strahopoštovanja, a bio je još neobjašnjiviji, od megalitskih građevina u Andima. 

Na Uskrs, 1722, Holanđani su u

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Published on April 19, 2021 13:20
Jennifer Milius Jennifer Milius's blog:

Welcome Natalie Sisson to The TufFish Show


The TufFish Show is for writers who want to get their first, next or current book out into the world, and this week we welcomed Natalie Sisson!


The TufFish Show features authors from different genres and businesses, but they all have one thing in common – they had a message or story they wanted to te

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Published on April 19, 2021 22:00
Tamara Rogers Tamara Rogers's blog:

On reading: Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro

Title: Klara and the Sun

Author: Kazuo Ishiguro

From the back: ‘The Sun always has ways to reach us.’

From her place in the store, Klara, an Artificial Friend with outstanding observational qualities, watches carefully the behaviour of those who come in to browse, and of those who pass in the street ou

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Published on April 20, 2021 02:00
Debmita Dutta Debmita Dutta's blog:

Such a fun interactive session - of discovery.

Picture The neurobiological connection between teacher and student is most important to teaching and learning. 

And it was my pleasure to take the teachers of SJBHS on a journey to explore this connection this morning. 

Such a fun interactive session - of discovery. 

I had a great time. 

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Published on April 19, 2021 04:46
Nina Shoroplova Nina Shoroplova's blog:

A Mount Fuji Hanami

“Arabella, you can carry the picnic mugs,” says Mom. “Willoughby, you can carry the picnic plates.” “Dad and I will carry the snacks, the treats, and the juice,” says Mom. “And the blanket,” says Dad. “Where are we going, Mom?” asks Arabella. “What are we doing, Dad?” asks Willoughby. “We’re going t Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2021 18:36
Neal Lemery Neal Lemery's blog:

Discovering

                                         “Now he would never write the things that he had saved to write until he knew enough to write them well. Well, he would not have to fail at trying to write them either. Maybe you could never write … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2021 17:22
Grigory Lukin Grigory Lukin's blog:

Plague diaries, Day 400

Monday night.

Another anniversary, eh? Honestly, the thing that impresses me the most, anniversary-wise, is that I’ve logged over 300 consecutive days on DuoLingo. My Spanish is still quite broken but it’s definitely better than it had been before the pandemic.

…I just can’t get enough of that “outsid

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Published on April 19, 2021 20:26
John Winkelman John Winkelman's blog:

Monday Morning Music: Walking In Your Footsteps

This album was released the summer before my freshman year of high school, and the music herein accompanied me for the next four years. I owned Synchronicity on cassette, and played it on my boom box until the tape was almost transparent. Such were the Eighties.

In my freshman year at GVSU (GVSC at t

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Published on April 19, 2021 08:02
Diedre Knight Diedre Knight's blog:

Common Places - Q

 


Communal Places for Literary Enthusiasts


Q   Self-described as a Giftery, Bookery, and a Chocolaterie, The Queen Bee Bookstore in the tight-knit community of Ogden, Utah supports its local schools and the Treehouse Children’s Museum. In addition to selling consigned wares by local artists and ar

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Published on April 20, 2021 01:30
Michael J. Easley Michael J. Easley's blog:

2 Timothy

Paul's final letter, the second to Timothy, stands alone in its warmth, warning, and loving encouragement.
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Published on April 20, 2021 01:00
Sue Bradford Edwards Sue Bradford Edwards's blog:

SCBWI Crystal Kite Awards

I voted!  Members are casting ballots in the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators Crystal Kites Awards.  The Crystal Kites are voted on by your peers, fellow authors and illustrators.  There is an award for each of the SCBWI regional divisions worldwide. This means that as a member of Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2021 18:12
Sean  Dietrich Sean Dietrich's blog:

Counting Them

I’m a kid. I am in bed. Mama is up late. The kettle on the stove is whistling. The sound wakes me. I look at the clock, it is two in the morning.

I walk downstairs to see my mother at our dining table. The tabletop is scattered with paper, envelopes, an empty mug, and a calculator.

She leans over a me

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Published on April 19, 2021 23:30
Anna Maria Villalonga Anna Maria Villalonga's blog:

Ja tornava a tocar un post

 


Ja feia molts dies que no tornava a escriure aquí. La feina se'm menja, però no vull deixar de consignar el recompte de les novel·les llegides, encara que sigui amb una frase, 

Per tant, allà van.  



Objectes perduts, de Quico Vilaró

Una novel·la extraordinària, molt recomanable, plena

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Published on April 20, 2021 02:36
Terry Shames Terry Shames's blog:

Who Do You Write For?

Do you have a particular, typical, or ideal reader in mind as you write?

From Frank

I think so. I mean, this is different than the mythical first reader, right?

If so, then I do. I think of several die-hard River City/Frank Zafiro readers, and I write in a way that I think will interest

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Published on April 20, 2021 03:00
Chris McAlister Chris McAlister's blog:

Your Brain and Body are Amazing

What's happening with the Brain, Body, Mind?

What is your strongest memory of last year? It was a peak experience, an intensely emotional moment - whether positive or negative. You're wired to pay attention to the big peaks.

These are what your brain uses as feedback for your behavior patterns and

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Published on April 19, 2021 06:37
Sharon Schweitzer Sharon Schweitzer's blog:

5 Tips for Overcoming Work Stress

Image: stock.adobe.com By Kittiphan The U.S. is known for its “work hard, play hard” mentality. While it ranks tenth on the list of Hardest Working Countries 2021 (Mexico and Costa Rica rank first and second), many consider the U.S. American workplace to be one of the most stressful worldwide. Sourc Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2021 21:24
Sara R. Cleveland Sara R. Cleveland's blog:

A Song of Sea and Shore

This week’s review is of A Song of Sea and Shore by Katherine Macdonald. This is another Twitter find (nobody’s surprised at this point…). As always, this is my honest opinion and I did not receive any compensation for doing this review.

About the Author

Katherine Macdonald is a UK author and English

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Published on April 19, 2021 06:00
Isabella Löwengrip Spångberg Isabella Löwengrip Spångberg's blog:

Sally 6 år!

Idag har det varit Sallys dag! Hurra! Hon har blivit firad ordentligt på sin sexårsdag. Först hos Odd imorse och sedan kom hon hit. Tokladdat med ballonger hehe. Min stora lilla tjej. Du är en så rolig snabbtänkt tjej. Smart, cool och envis. Nu har du hamnat i lilla tonåren och varje morgon när du [ Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2021 10:09
Claire C. Riley Claire C. Riley's blog:

Royal Blood is coming...are you ready?

‘I suddenly see the darkness brimming under his skin. He delights in death and destruction. He’s terrifying and mesmerising all in one...’
Get ready to meet The Brothers....
coming April 22nd

‘I can guarantee that you will have your jaw dropping at the end of the book’ — @my.introvertromance_blog

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Published on April 20, 2021 03:43
Jeanne McDonald Jeanne McDonald's blog:

Travel for the Soul

Have you ever wondered why travel is always a part of someone's bucket list? Whether it���s traveling to a different country or simply going to Disney World, everyone has a place they dream of visiting. However, life has a...

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Published on April 20, 2021 02:00
Margo Lestz Margo Lestz's blog:

Legend of the Lincoln Imp

Inside Lincoln Cathedral, a little stone imp sits atop one of the columns. He may be small, but he has a big personality, and even though he caused havoc in the Middle Ages, he's much loved by the folks of Lincoln today...

Continue reading

The post Legend of the Lincoln Imp appeared first on Margo Les

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Published on April 19, 2021 10:13
Luanne Castle Luanne Castle's blog:

Pear and the Gunnywolf

It’s probably not surprising that I’ve gotten myself really tired, especially by adding in 3x week physical therapy appointments for my shoulder. Therefore, I’m going to keep it short today.

Pear, who recently turned 21, has some lumps growing on her left front leg. I took her to the vet when it bega

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Published on April 19, 2021 05:20
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