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Tips to Create a Responsive HTML5 Flipbook with Mobissue

Some days ago, some of friends asked me how the HTML5 flipbook is different from the PDF file. For this question, I want to mention a thing here: In the past, PDF publication really played a very important part in our life, providing us information about products, services and some business news. 648 more words

You met me like a wreck

You met me like a wreck (Prequel to Looking) 

When we met, you were a summer afternoon, a chilly winter night, someone who was in the brink of being a wreck – the old ones with full of dust over it, with fungus crawling all over it. 330 more words


Types of Internet Addiction

It is fairly easy to consider any excessive activity on the internet to be ‘addiction’. However, it is far more complex than that. The internet, by itself, is very vast. 1,948 more words

Internet Addiction

POWER of Internet!

INTERNET has become One of the Most Useful resources a Modern Human can get in his Life. More than a Resource, Internet is a Gift, a Power and a Chance……. 387 more words


Blogging: An Effective Way to Liberate Yourself From Toxic People on Social Media

Have you ever regretted posting a not-so-conservative post that made your parents, aunts, uncles, teachers, workmates, or bosses react like “WTF”? Did they comment or message you with something like “Why are you posting stuff like this? 849 more words



Ang internet ay karaniwang ginagamit ng lahat ng tao. Maging bata man o matanda. Ngunit ang mas pamilyar sa mga gantong bagay ay ang ating henerasyon, ang henerasyon y, lalo na sa mga estudyante na ginagamit ang internet sa paggawa ng research o sa paggawa ng assignment.  271 more words

Launching History Communicators (2013-2016): Preparing history majors for a digital future

The campaign for History Communications and History Communicators (#HistComm) is a distinctive one. It is a campaign targeted at changing the attitudes and behaviors of those within the history discipline and inviting a reconsideration of how those in the industry of history (e.g., universities, academic historians, public historians) consider the future of the discipline in a new media environment. 201 more words