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We’ve had a cold winter in southern New Jersey. Those who live here have learned to acclimate or move elsewhere. Have you ever thought about the animals or birds that live in the cold, snowy climate and thrive there? 407 more words


Research - Details That Make the Difference

Writers need more than CREATIVITY

Research is needed if we want to write those scenes that ring true, filled with characters who reveal depth.

DO YOU NEED more information about a person, place or time you are researching? 425 more words


NationalGeographic.com: Pros and Cons

There is a reason behind my obsession with National Geographic magazine. First, it is well designed and aesthetically pleasing. NationalGeographic.com does an excellent job in reflecting the print publication’s design and aesthetics with advanced interactives, such as the… 269 more words


An Analytic Look at NationalGeographic.com

6,327,525. That is the number of people in the United States’ that visited NationalGeographic.com from March 16, 2012 to April 14, 2012, according to Quantcast’s… 349 more words


Easy, Breezy Navigation

NationalGeographic.com is proud of its “fly out” feature. When hovering over a section of the horizontal navigation bar- with every major section of the site represented this bar is consistently located at the top of the site regardless of what section you are in- “a rich visual window to the material that’s inside that section” pops up, according to Rob Covey, editor of NationalGeographic.com and senior vice president of content and design. 288 more words


Like. Follow. Explore NationalGeographic.com

With spring break in the past, did you travel somewhere sensational? Eager to share your opinion on a destination, such as where to shop or what others absolutely must do? 277 more words