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Scoop 2: Hot off the press...

After my unexpected time in The Sun at the weekend, the article that I did know about comes out tomorrow in the North Devon Gazette and I can preview it for you now, as I took a screenshot of the piece from their website. 163 more words

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印刷物でもA/Bテストの時代ーーAPI型印刷クラウド「コーデンベルク」がリリース [ #cloud ]

パソコンのボタン1つで、オフィスや自宅にあるプリンターから資料が印刷できる。それと同じくらい簡単に、本格的なデジタル印刷機で自社のチラシや販促物の印刷ができたら楽だろう。本日正式リリースしたAPI型印刷クラウドサービス「Codenberg(コーデンベルク)」が目指すのはまさにそのような世界だ。

http://jp.techcrunch.com/2017/01/17/api-cloud-printing-codenberg/

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Numbers: 2016

I realize that January is halfway over, but I wanted to post a review of 2016. Last year was hugely successful for me as a freelance writer and editor, so I wanted to mark the occasion by running my work by the numbers. 125 more words

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LURK is on Audible

Quick update to let you all know that LURK is out on audiobook, exclusively for Audible! I’ve been an Audible fanboy for years, probably since within about a month of when they launched, so this is pretty exciting for me personally. 12 more words

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SmarTech Publishing: New Report Pinpoints 3D Printing Opportunities in 2017 and Beyond

For those stakeholders with a broad interest in the future of 3D printing/additive manufacturing (3DP/AM), this report provides guidance on (1) adoption  Ameican 3D Supply is a US 3D printer filament and accessories supplier devoted to improving 3D printing through Read More The post SmarTech Publishing: New Report Pinpoints 3D Printing Opportunities in 2017 and Beyond appeared first on American 3D Supply. 66 more words

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New Poems Up at Eleven-Eleven Journal

The continuously awesome journal Eleven Eleven has published three familiar poems which are up and available for your critique. Its a consistently gorgeous journal and website I’ve admired for long time. 104 more words

Back To It

This morning, as I was about to get Aedan dressing for his first day back to school, the power went out. The house, the whole town, went as dark as if a curtain had been pulled. 193 more words

Poetry