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Book Review: ‘How to Write Anything,’ by Laura Brown


Non-writers who need to gain skill in the art of writing have found their security blanket. Read More »

Anti-Social Networking – What Hath God Wrought?

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We have defined our social worthiness by people we have never met and allow to become our “friends,” and then to add to the incongruity, we become friends with the friends of people we’ve never met. Read More »

Interview: Christopher Zoukis, Co-Author of ‘The Directory of Federal Prisons’

Directory of Federal Prisons

"By merely writing and receiving letters, prisoners are exposed to the fresh air of healthy, non-prison influences. The importance of this cannot be overstated." Read More »

Book Review: The Information: a History, a Theory, a Flood by James Gleick

Science writer James Gleick offers an engaging and eye-opening trip through the history of human communication. Read More »

Book Review: Dream Language: The Prophetic Power of Dreams, Revelations, and the Spirit of Wisdom by James W. and Michal Ann Goll

The Golls team together to write an insightful book of studying and interpreting God’s secret language of dreams with mankind. Read More »

Book Review: Divorce-Proof Your Marriage Before You Say I Do by Lee A. Bowers, Ph.D.

You can avoid painful divorce by opening lines of communication with your future partner and learning as much as you can about him/her. Read More »

Book Review: Blah Blah Blah: What To Do When Words Don’t Work by Dan Roam

A fantastic book, which will lead you away from miscommunication forever. Read More »

Why Communications Agencies Need To Be A Hive Of Pollination

The skill set needed for effective PR and social communication is evolving - do we need to be perfect all rounders? Read More »

Darth Vader has an iPhone too – How the Empire Uses Apple

The Empire uses Apple products, what would the Rebel Alliance use? Read More »

Five Reasons the Internet Is Making Us Less Social

Ten years ago, in order to get to know someone, you would have to actually talk to them. Read More »