Interconnected, interdependent but definitely not independent -- four ways of looking at one thing: What you're bringing to this world.
Let us all applaud Democracy In Action. You complained. Amazon listened to you. And now you've lost thousands of honest reviews.
Before taking a position on the question of paid reviews we should take a more holistic view of factors which touch almost all facets of our lives. We should understand the nature of money.
This question originally appeared on Quora. Answer by Roman Manziyenko, AU School of International Service Scholar No. The fundamental issue here ...
I need inspiration -- stories that excite my imagination, give me hope for the future and make clear just what we can accomplish when we set our minds to it.
I thought long and hard after my first semester in Emerson's graduate Publishing program. My classes were interesting and my professors were incredibly experienced, but there was a hint of negativity in each article and newsletter that could not be denied.
By way of thanks, Amazon sent me a large box of diapers. I love books but by god those diapers were welcome.
I expect a check will be coming any day now. Because if you can't trust an anti-trust lawsuit who can you trust?
Warren Sapp is used to having the final say on his show, "Judge Sapp," where he settles disputes with his trademark no-nonsense attitude and outrageous wit.
Time is money, as they say. Have you ever wondered how much it "costs" to get chores around the home done? Or even to complete your everyday digital tasks?
Last week, Joya Banerjee published a distressing account at Slate of an anti-circumcision fringe group's efforts to bury a book about the AIDS epidemic under a pile of blistering customer reviews. It seems the tactic worked.
Learn about the beginnings of the "Shit Girls Say" phenomenon from the fake girls behind it!
It was time for schoolbook bargain hunting; and my back ached at the thought of carrying schoolbooks along with notebooks, planners and my MacBook. It was that moment of need that tuned me into the electronic age and unleashed all of the power and benefits the Kindle Fire held.
The new Nexus 7 tablet is cheaper than the iPad and the reviews claim it is definitely user-friendly, but how does it really measure up?
Fellow fiction writers, Let's be frank: we're not the healthiest-minded bunch. If we were we'd spend our days doing something more pleasant than writing fiction. But lately we seem to have taken a turn for the worse.
After a few days with the Kindle Fire, I came away impressed. It's a good choice, especially for non-techie users looking for an easy to use tablet that's great for consuming content.