"Black Thoughts on White Paper" is a thought provoking, uplifting and enlightening poetry collection by debuting author L. Aaron. BTWP is in its entirety a poetic ode to understanding ourselves and our humanity. Its content touches on various subjects from social matters, love, family, personal identity, religion and more. It is a honest, relatable and refreshing read. It welcomes the reader to share in thoughts and emotions that are beyond themselves.
When it comes to home decorating, wallpaper is making a comeback. The trend for plain, white walls is giving way to a new style of decorating, which allows you to transform your walls with the most amazing colours and patterns.
When e-commerce powerhouse Amazon.com first opened for business way back in 1995, few could've predicted the company's eventual impact on the book-reading world. Sure, they were calling themselves "The World's Largest Bookstore" by the late 90s, but it wasn't until just a few years later that the revolution really began. This revolution, still going on today, has a catchy name: Kindle. Over the following pages, we'll help you get started with your new Kindle Paperwhite. While it's an easy device to operate, it might get a little confusing for the uninitiated. We'll also show you some tips and tricks for getting the most out of your Kindle, and show you where to find all the free and low-cost books you can handle. Ready? Let's get started!
"Jake!" "Dat me, Mass' Tom." "Have you heard the gun fire yet?" "Golly, no, Mass' Tom." "Then you must go up the hill at once and see whether the mail steamer has been signalled or not. She ought to have been in sight by now; for, she's been expected since early this morning, and we're all anxious about the news from England." "All right, Mass' Tom, me go for see, suah." "Look alive then, Jake, and lose no more time in starting. Let me just see how quickly you can get up to the Battery and back again; and mind, Jake, if the packet should be in, you can saddle my pony when you return for me to ride into town." "Berry well, Mass' Tom. I'se spec, railly for true, um go dere in brace of shakes, an' back 'gain hyar 'fore dat lazy ole niggah Pomp fetch him cutlash out o' stable an' go in bush to cut him guinea-grass for de hosses. Golly, dat so, Mass' Tom-see if um don't for suah, yah, yah!"
Newspapers: A Lost Cause? describes the recent history of newspaper firms in the United States and The Netherlands, and attempts to assess the chances of survival of the printed newspaper. The changing competitive media landscape and the challenges of today's newspaper organisations, including the impact of the Internet on the news industry, are described and analysed. The author argues that although the printed newspaper will not be replaced overnight by (new) competing media, the traditional business model of newspapers is being eroded slowly but steadily. A healthy newspaper industry and prospering newspaper firms can only exist, if management - including journalists and marketeers - focus their attention on changing the newspaper organisation and capitalise more intensively on its core assets and skills.
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