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The Daly Dish Rides Again

The Daly Dish Rides Again

Author: Gina Daly

Publisher: Gill & Macmillan Ltd

ISBN: 9780717190461

Category: Cooking

Page: 224

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Gina and Karol Daly are back with more food that looks so decadent, you’ll find it hard to believe it can help you achieve your slimming goals. Compatible with the principles of many popular diet programmes, their quick and easy recipes will have you looking forward to dinner every night and looking forward to weighing in on the scales too! Discover the bold, audacious, delicious food in this cookbook &ndash from burgers and curries to soups, sambos, pasta and pizza. Perfect for anyone who wants to enjoy the fun in food while keeping things on the healthier side.

How To Start A Food Blog: Food Blogging Diary & Food Blog Book For Beginners

How To Start A Food Blog: Food Blogging Diary & Food Blog Book For Beginners

Author: Recipe This

Publisher: Recipe This


Category: Business & Economics


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In this food blog book I will be sharing with you my first six weeks of food blogging. Starting with showing you how to start a food blog, to my blogging diary, to my resources for food bloggers, our first income and traffic report and an extensive behind the scenes look at the first six weeks of food blogging. This is your opportunity to watch over the shoulder of an expert as she shows you how food blogging should be done and how you can bypass a lot of things that are not necessary. This story is also told by Samantha who has been an internet marketing expert for 10 hours and Dominic who has had more than 10 years work experience in the food industry as a chef. If you're serious about taking up food blogging then I suggest you have a good read through this ebook.

I'm a Good Wife...most of the Time

I'm a Good Wife...most of the Time

Author: Dorothy Terry

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595358670

Category: Fiction

Page: 214

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Do black women go through midlife crises? Shelby Freeman's not sure, but the African-American wife and stepmom feels fat and is about to turn forty, and the itch from her seven-year marriage has developed into an irritating rash.Bored with life in the sterile confines of extreme suburbia, she turns to journaling to sort through her mixed emotions about marriage, monogamy, career, and the elusive quest for motherhood. Soon, Shelby gets more excitement than she can handle when her journal entries, including her steamy fantasies about a sexy, younger coworker, start to mysteriously appear on the Internet.Told entirely through journal entries, Shelby's life goes from an 'aging nice girl nobody" tucked sleepily away in the burbs to a 'fugitive from my own life," as she goes on the lam from the media onslaught, an angry husband, irate coworkers, family and friends, and 'journal junkies" who log on by the millions to take a peek inside her diary and her life.

Blogging, Citizenship, and the Future of Media

Blogging, Citizenship, and the Future of Media

Author: Mark Tremayne

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135863531

Category: Computers

Page: 240

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This collection of original essays addresses a number of questions seeking to increase our understanding of the role of blogs in the contemporary media landscape. It takes a provocative look at how blogs are reshaping culture, media, and politics while offering multiple theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches to the study. Americans are increasingly turning to blogs for news, information, and entertainment. But what is the content of blogs? Who writes them? What is the consequence of the population’s growing dependence on blogs for political information? What are the effects of blogging? Do readers trust blogs as credible sources of information? The volume includes quantitative and qualitative studies of the blogosphere, its contents, its authors, and its networked connections. The readers of blogs are another focus of the collection: how are blog readers different from the rest of the population? What consequences do blogs have for the lives of everyday people? Finally, the book explores the ramifications of the blog phenomenon on the future of traditional media: television, newspapers, and radio.

Diary of an Old Contemptible

Diary of an Old Contemptible

Author: Peter Downham

Publisher: Casemate Publishers

ISBN: 9781783400256

Category: History

Page: 352

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This is a most unusual chronicle of the events of one man during the Great War. A professional soldier at the outbreak, Edward Roe was one of the first to cross over to France in 1914 and as such fought in the early battles of the war and took part in the Retreat from Mons. He was there for the crossing of the Marne and Aisne, the dreadful fighting at Ploegsteert and for the extraordinary events during the first Christmas.Remarkably he witnessed the debacle at Gallipoli and was part of the rear-guard of the Army during the re-embarkation and evacuation of the Peninsula. Thereafter the scene shifts to Mesopotania and the Tigris Corps in the attempt to relieve General Townshend at Kut. Wounded he returned for the final campaign that captured Baghdad.

Social Media

Social Media

Author: Pavica Sheldon

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9780739192658

Category: Social Science

Page: 158

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Social Media: Principles and Applications examines social media in interpersonal, mass-mediated, educational, organizational, and political settings. Social media technologies take on many different forms, including social network sites like Facebook and Twitter, blogs, wikis, online video and photo-sharing sites (e.g., Pinterest), rating and social bookmarking sites, and video/text chatting sites (e.g., Skype). Beginning with the principles of social media, Sheldon disassembles applications of social media in a variety of settings to understand who is using social media, how they develop meaningful relationships, and how they use social media during major events. Sheldon also delves into the political, educational, commercial, and privacy issues of social media use, making this an excellent resource for communication, psychology, and social media scholars.

Wiley Pathways E-Business

Wiley Pathways E-Business

Author: Greg Holden

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470198575

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 480

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For anyone thinking about starting an online business, this resource provides all the steps needed to take an idea and turn it into reality. Wiley Pathways E-Business begins by discussing the legal considerations involved in launching the business as well as tips for acquiring the necessary financing. It also delves into the techniques to follow for operating the e-business, including selecting the right products, managing inventory, creating a marketing plan, and more. The book then covers how to create a secure Web site that can track customer data.

Three Years a Soldier

Three Years a Soldier

Author: George Perkins

Publisher: Univ. of Tennessee Press

ISBN: 157233455X

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 412

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"Taken together, the diary, newspaper letters, and other documents tell a coherent story from the viewpoint of an educated private soldier in the Army of the Potomac. Not only did Perkins provide detailed , accurate reports of the battles and camp life of his service, but he also criticized top Army leadership and offered commentaries on major personal and national issues, including his notions of the nature of courage, political issues such as the treatment of draft dodgers, and the effects of slavery."--Book jacket.