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Writers hear it all the time: if you want to reach new readers, you must have a strong online author platform. Publicists and successful writers agree that a blog is an essential element of any writer's social media presence. But in a world of competing outlets, this is easier said than done. How do you start a blog or even set one up? How do you attract followers? What should you even write about, anyway? Rebecca Emrich's blog, Living a Life of Writing, has been live for seven years. Through trial and error, she's learned how to produce compelling content, gaining a strong community of regular followers and contributors that include fellow successful blogger and coauthor, Paul Nieder. A Writer's Guide to Creative Blogging provides a slew of practical and easy-to-understand tips, from a glossary of basic terms to promotional advice, for those interested in making their blogging debut. If you love to write but aren't sure how to share your words with the world, this is the book with which to start. Your readers, and your Klout score, will thank you for it!
Poetry. "Lynne Thompson's START WITH A SMALL GUITAR is a dazzling collection of love poems, wickedly wise and stitched with the darkest nuances of desire. These poems are rich in childhood play and the adult pleasures of consolation, yet even at their most reflective and speculative these poems are fleshed by the carnal. This new collection is either a handbook to bliss or the abyss, and she insists that the reader-each one of us-decide."-David St. John
We have witnessed a rapid increase in the use of Web-based 'collaborationware' in recent years. These Web 2.0 applications, particularly wikis, blogs and podcasts, have been increasingly adopted by many online health-related professional and educational services. Because of their ease of use and rapidity of deployment, they offer the opportunity for powerful information sharing and ease of collaboration. Wikis are Web sites that can be edited by anyone who has access to them. The word 'blog' is a contraction of 'Web Log' - an online Web journal that can offer a resource rich multimedia environment. Podcasts are repositories of audio and video materials that can be "pushed" to subscribers, even without user intervention. These audio and video files can be downloaded to portable media players that can be taken anywhere, providing the potential for "anytime, anywhere" learning experiences (mobile learning). Wikis, blogs and podcasts are all relatively easy to use, which partly accounts for their proliferation. The fact that there are many free and Open Source versions of these tools may also be responsible for their explosive growth. Thus it would be relatively easy to implement any or all within a Health Professions' Educational Environment. Paradoxically, some of their disadvantages also relate to their openness and ease of use. With virtually anybody able to alter, edit or otherwise contribute to the collaborative Web pages, it can be problematic to gauge the reliability and accuracy of such resources. While arguably, the very process of collaboration leads to a Darwinian type 'survival of the fittest' content within a Web page, the veracity of these resources can be assured through careful monitoring, moderation, and operation of the collaborationware in a closed and secure digital environment. Empirical research is still needed to build our pedagogic evidence base about the different aspects of these tools in the context of medical/health education. The backmatter of the book contains a few articles concerning the merits of open access publishing.
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