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Making Light: December 2004 Archives Because pro writers either have some shame, and relegate the purest, been a steady trickle of fanfic writers turning pro since the days when fanfic was http://nielsenhayden.com/makinglight/archives/2004_12.html
Extractions: Posted by Teresa at 11:59 PM * 64 comments The South-East Asia Earthquake Please help. This is dreadful beyond words. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the entire island of Sumatra was moved 100 feet to the southwest. In the lightly populated Andaman and Nicobar islands alone, there are three thousand confirmed dead, 30,000 missing, 15 villages still under water, and several islands nobody can raise on the radio. The extent of the damage around the shores of the Indian Ocean is like thousands of miles of 9/11, in some cases stretching miles inland, from Sumatra to Somalia. Children were hit hard. So were the small indigenous fishing fleets, which would have been out doing early-morning fishing when the waves came. This is world-class bad. The South-East Asia Earthquake says: How you can help: 1. Please pass this
Extractions: Football Fans - Get SI's 2005 NFL Team Package! Subscribe to SI Give the Gift of SI THE WEB SI.com cnnWriteMenuEntries(cnnMenuEntries); var clickExpire = "-1"; Posted: Wednesday April 27, 2005 5:39PM; Updated: Thursday April 28, 2005 8:54AM MAILBAG Submit a question or comment for Tim Layden. Your name: One day later, Michelle decided that she would forego her final year of eligibility at Ohio State and also get on with her life. (She had averaged 16 minutes and a just over four points a game for the Buckeyes, but also had undergone her third ankle surgery in four years near the end of the season.) So this is what we have: Five years ago a brother and sister were headed for greatness at the highest levels of sport. Neither of them made it. Michael had a terrific college career, but did not get drafted. Michelle played Division I basketball, but was not a star and will not play in the Olympic Games or the WNBA. But they will both move on. Michelle will continue studying at Ohio State. Michael already has a degree and job offers were rolling in before he left Ohio on Tuesday. "I expect to work for him someday,'' said Anthony. "What a message this is for young people, about not putting all your eggs in one basket.''
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Extractions: A truly amazing site, with reading lists and essays on great mysteries, designed and written by Michael E. Grost. Topics include Pulp Fiction (including in-depth looks at such icons as Hammett, Daly, Chandler, Nebel, Constiner, Davis, Gardner, and John K. Butler) and Contemporary Mystery Fiction (notably the Contemporary Private Eyes and Thrillers section). Michael is also responsible for the equally impressive Classic Comics Site . Recommended. Reviewing the Evidence Rising from the ashes following the collapse of about.com is this great volunteer review site I've only recently discovered, run by Barbara Franchi, covering tons of mysteries and thrillers in all categories. Barbara intends to post "the full range of reviews from rave to phooey. For more info, check out the site and e-mail us ." Volunteers to do some of the maintenance on the site are needed.
Cybergolf Writers Corner Athletes should go to college before turning pro because they re not mature As the magazines chief instruction writer, it was Tonys job to compose http://www.cybergolf.com/writerscorner/index.asp?newsID=1675
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An Interview With Joyce Krieg On turning pro and Remembering Your Roots Joyce Krieg, Joyce Krieg s enthusiasm for writing and writers was evident early in our conversation. http://www.fwomp.com/JK_interview.htm
Extractions: Winner of the St. Martins First Novel Contest Joyce Krieg's Joyce drew from her experience as a newspaper reporter working with cops and in radio when radio was 'strictly a boy's club' for her recent success. The women's movement of the sixties and seventies opened up opportunities for this San Jose State Journalism major who found herself transplanted to Sacramento in 1974. Finally, and most importantly, put your work 'out there'. Submit, enter contests. Joyce found the St. Martins contest by accident. About eight years prior, she felt like burning the winning manuscript. Instead, she put it on a disc and put the hard copy under her bed where it resided for eight years. Literally. Moreover, the day before the contest deadline, with 20 pages to rewrite plus 350 pages to print, she "almost went to the beach!" Nevertheless, she forced herself to finish and got it in the mail postmarked on time. Barely. Sticking to it paid off. When did she start to feel like a pro? "You first feel like a pro when the contract arrives in the mail with money because pros get paid to write. Then, when you're holding that first hardbound copy of your mystery and your contract calls for two more books, you know you're a pro! Writing that second book becomes a priority, everything else is secondary." How is the winning book selling? 'Murder Off Mike' is "doing as well as or better for an out of the box unknown author." She quickly added, "Promoting the book and marketing oneself is a major part of selling." At this point, eyes twinkling mischievously, she leaned forward and whispered, "Publishing is about ten per cent talent and 90 percent hard work."
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Two Plus Two Internet Magazine - August 2005 Top poker players and writers now have large incomes from books, DVDs, seminars, More importantly, turning pro has a burning your boats element to it. http://www.twoplustwo.com/magazine/current/schoonmaker0805.html
Open-net.ltd: Linux Is Turning Pro Put bluntly, Linux has turned pro. Torvalds now has a team of lieutenants, As a result, Linux has few errors that can be exploited by virus writers. http://www.open-net.ch/portal/LinuxPro
Extractions: Linux is turning pro BusinessWeek - 31/01/2005 Today, little understood by the outside world, the community of Linux programmers has evolved in recent years into something much more mature, organized, and efficient. Put bluntly, Linux has turned pro. Torvalds now has a team of lieutenants, nearly all of them employed by tech companies, that oversees development of top-priority projects. Tech giants such as IBM (IBM ), Hewlett-Packard (HPQ ), and Intel (INTC ) are clustered around the Finn, contributing technology, marketing muscle, and thousands of professional programmers. IBM alone has 600 programmers dedicated to Linux, up from two in 1999. There's even a board of directors that helps set the priorities for Linux development. The result is a much more powerful Linux. The software is making its way into everything from Motorola (MOT ) cell phones and Mitsubishi robots to eBay (EBAY ) servers and the NASA supercomputers that run space-shuttle simulations. Its growing might is shaking up the technology industry, challenging Microsoft Corp.'s (MSFT ) dominance and offering up a new model for creating software. Indeed, Torvalds' onetime hobby has become Linux Inc. "People thought this wouldn't work. There are just too many people and companies to hang together. But now it's clear it does work," says Mark Blowers, an analyst at market researcher Butler Group.