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Kathy Sandler Apr 20
Once more, without the trolls! We're trying to do a fundraiser here to benefit scholarships + we've got a great night out for you! With
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Amazing! Dutch Artists Paint Giant Bookcase On An Apartment Building Featuring Residents’ Favorite Books | Bored Panda
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John Pettigrew Apr 3
Before launching any new features or courses at , they get people to sign up for early access first, to prove there's a market before they invest effort in building product. Hear more from miral in this week's Talking Through My Hat podcast:
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Julie Blattberg Apr 3
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John Pettigrew Apr 2
Splitting into their own separate companies (training and services) means that each can have its own direction and fate, but doesn't stop them being closely interlinked, says in this week's Talking Through My Hat podcast:
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John Pettigrew Apr 2
Now, don't launch anything without surveying their customers first, to make sure they're building something that is actually needed and wanted, says in this week's Talking Through My Hat podcast:
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Women's Media Group Mar 23
Who wants to lunch with an editor of 3 Pulitzer winners or the president of a top literary agency?
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Julie Blattberg Mar 25
Not great photo of really great member Jill Sansone, the Woman of the Year!
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Miral Sattar Mar 25
Amazing! read the manuscripts for and
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Publishers stand to lose sales worth $46,000 per day thanks to poor search abilities of smartspeakers via
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Electric Literature Mar 18
Why do some of history's most influential female artists disappear? (We bet you could take a wild guess)
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Miral Sattar Mar 10
My older daughter loves dinos, dislikes dolls
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Amazing opportunity!
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Electric Literature Mar 8
Maryse Meijer recommends a previously out-of-print story about how toxic notions of romance destroy us.
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Electric Literature Mar 8
They’re trying to attract women, yet it’s rare for them to openly admire women’s work.
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50 Books to Celebrate International Women’s Day — The Airship
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Miral Sattar Mar 6
60 New Mighty Girl Books for Women's History Month
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