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  • 3). Mobile Gaming Explained  By : Mark Masterson
    If you're not familiar with mobile games, you will be soon because this is the next big area of growth expected in the billion dollar gaming market. A mobile game is a computer software game played on a mobile phone. Mobile games are usually downloaded via the mobile operator's network, but in some cases games are also loaded into the mobile handsets when purchased, or via infrared connection, Bluetooth or memory card.
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  • 4). The Functional Consultant!  By : Victor Pryles
    A map is not functional until you know where you are on it. Consultants that objectively view their current reality always find a way to reduce confusion and misalignment. Agreement with yourself and your clients about what is true right now---in your company, in your project, in your life---is critical for making clear headway. Get a Grip There's an old saying: "what you resist, you're stuck with.
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  • 6). New Wave of Contactless Payments Speeds Up Profits  By : Lynn Walford
    Contactless payments create a whole new field of payment options for merchants. Contactless payments are quick, simple and pave the way for greater profits. A smart computer chip, with data and an antenna is embedded into a credit card, debit card or fob. When the card or fob is tapped on a radio frequency reader, the reader sends out a radio signal that activates the card, the information on the card is read and the payment is processed without a signature for purchases less than $25.
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  • 8). Write it Right! - Book Review  By : write 2 right
    Write it Right – The Ground Rules For Self-editing Like the Pros by Dawn Josephson and Lauren Hidden is a perfect resource book for those who have difficulty editing and deciding where to even begin the process. The authors make it very clear that editing belongs not just in the publishing world, but also in the corporate world. Proper editing truly reflects one’s image, after all.
    Article Related to: write, edit, how-to, non-fiction

  • 9). A Choice to Survive: Book Review  By : write 2 right
    Nance Sparks’ new novel, A Choice to Survive, brings to the reader a detailed and realistic view into what it takes to survive the impending threat of chemical, biological and nuclear war on American soil. She uses her characters to discuss political and social issues with a passionate stand on what is wrong with the world. Watching the alarming increase of hate, crimes and war, Sparks’ main character, Caley, becomes obsessed about the state of the world.
    Article Related to: survival, disaster, impending, how-to, fiction

  • 10). How to keep a happy baby.  By : Mikael Rieck
    Whether you are expecting your first child or you are a veteran parent with years of experience raising kinds you have probably asked yourself the question “how will I go about keeping my baby as happy and smiling as possible?” Well. I can’t give you a definite answer to that question because there are probably as many different answers as there are babies in the world.
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  • 11). A New Meaning To The Way We Perceive Television  By : Andrew Smith
    TiVo is a consumer video device that allows end users to capture their favorite television programs to an internal hard drive. Since its introduction in 1999, TiVo has attracted an ever-growing number of clients. Although TiVo is, in fact, very similar to video recorders, the technologies it employs are complex and sophisticated, allowing more freedom of choice and better selections to be made by the user.
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  • 12). Sound Bodies through Sound Therapy - Book Review  By : write 2 right
    Dorinne Davis has written many books that concentrate on the subjects of hearing and sound. In the well-researched textbook, Sound Bodies through Sound Therapy, she looks at the concept of sound being a nutrient for our bodies. There are 11 detailed and well-planned chapters, each of which opens with a quote and closes with a useful chapter synopsis.
    Article Related to: how-to, education, therapy, alternative, music

  • 13). Is there a Guru in the house?  By : Joe Myna
    The Internet has provided us with many marvelous advantages in international marketing, from the speed and convenience of email to the ease and economy of product downloading. Yet these wonders pale by comparison when you realize the sheer volume of Gurus that have inhabited the Web. As a young boy growing up in Ohio I was impressed by the rarity of those mystics who, with one utterance, could place in a nutshell all worldly knowledge.
    Article Related to: internet marketing, ebooks, advice, home business, how-to

  • 15). Putting it on Paper: Book Review  By : write 2 right
    Dawn Josephson, author of 14 books, has written a fantastic author resource with her latest book Putting it on Paper – The ground rules for creating promotional pieces that sell books. This book discusses the development and use of contents within a media kit, and other marketing materials. From cover letters, press releases, book reviews, bios, sell and catalog sheets to articles – Dawn covers it all.
    Article Related to: how-to, writers, self-help, education, non-fiction

  • 16). The Frugal Book Promoter - Book Review  By : write 2 right
    The Frugal Book Promoter – How to do What Your Publisher Won’t is the third book written by author Carolyn Howard –Johnson, but by far – it is not the last. Already she is planning on releasing a book of poetry. The Frugal Book Promoter has won the USA Book News award for Best Book 2004, and has also been an Irwin Award winner. For Dave and I, the promotion of our two books and promoting the upcoming e-book has been an uphill battle.
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