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That Special Time of Year By Cary Tennis
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A stocking-stuffer collection of holiday-themed columns by the well-known and well-loved Salon.com advice columnist, Cary Tennis, such as "Please Mom, not another dress shirt" and... More > "I'll be alone for Christmas—merrily!"< Less
That Special Time of Year By Cary Tennis
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A stocking-stuffer collection of holiday-themed columns by the well-known and well-loved Salon.com advice columnist, Cary Tennis, such as "Please Mom, not another dress shirt" and... More > "I'll be alone for Christmas—merrily!"< Less
The Service Startup - Design Thinking gets Lean By Tenny Pinheiro
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In the first part, Tenny explores the reasons why startups need to move away from the “make and sell” industrial logic we’ve been exploiting over the last century. To take its place... More > he proposes a new service oriented mindset that carries the idea of "learn, use and remember” users' journeys. In the second part, he will take you on a journey through the MVS - Minimum Valuable Service - model. This model can seamlessly integrate Service Design into the Lean Startup development cycle. “In this book, Tenny offers some extremely valid and hard-hitting criticism regarding the ideals surrounding  the dictate of building a Minimum Viable Product. Agreed on many fronts and I found his reinvention of these principles when applied to the service industry to be extremely insightful.” - Rick Rasmussen, NestGSV. International Business development. “I enjoyed his delightfully nuanced views on the world of services — how they're perceived, experienced, and remembered." - Chad Thornton, Experience Designer, Airbnb”< Less
Table Tennis News By English Table Tennis Association
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Composite Character By The Cary Tennis Writing Workshop
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Salon.com advice columnist Cary Tennis runs writing workshops in San Francisco. One afternoon, he distributed a number of sentence fragments, or prompts, suggestive of the nodal points of a fictional... More > person’s life. Each person in the room wrote from these prompts. The result was strangely story-like, yet surreal. So the group decided to make a book of it, to test the limits of what is deliberate fiction and what is accident, or synchronicity, and to demonstrate how the mind makes narrative of the barest outlines of form.< Less
Composite Character By The Cary Tennis Writing Workshop
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Salon.com advice columnist Cary Tennis runs writing workshops in San Francisco. One afternoon, he distributed a number of sentence fragments, or prompts, suggestive of the nodal points of a fictional... More > person’s life. Each person in the room wrote from these prompts. The result was strangely story-like, yet surreal. So the group decided to make a book of it, to test the limits of what is deliberate fiction and what is accident, or synchronicity, and to demonstrate how the mind makes narrative of the barest outlines of form.< Less
Hair Pieces By The Cary Tennis Workshop
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Salon.com advice columnist Cary Tennis runs writing workshops in San Francisco. Sometimes brilliant ideas seem to leap from one mind to the next, and everyone is writing about the same thing. One... More > day no one could write about anything but their hair, and this book was born. The "Energy in the Room" series was inspired by the madcap editorial meetings of Salon.com's dot-com-boom days, when founder David Talbot would stuff all the staffers into a room and ask what everyone was thinking. "If we were thinking about something, the reasoning went, then others were thinking about it as well," Tennis writes in the introduction to this book. "We ran on instinct. We went on the energy. It was fun and it was successful." Voilà! The Energy in the Room! The Internet has changed, but if you put writers together in a room, crazy things will always happen. That's the Energy in the Room!< Less
Hair Pieces By The Cary Tennis Workshop
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Salon.com advice columnist Cary Tennis runs writing workshops in San Francisco. Sometimes brilliant ideas seem to leap from one mind to the next, and everyone is writing about the same thing. One... More > day no one could write about anything but their hair, and this book was born. The "Energy in the Room" series was inspired by the madcap editorial meetings of Salon.com's dot-com-boom days, when founder David Talbot would stuff all the staffers into a room and ask what everyone was thinking. "If we were thinking about something, the reasoning went, then others were thinking about it as well," Tennis writes in the introduction to this book. "We ran on instinct. We went on the energy. It was fun and it was successful." Voilà! The Energy in the Room! The Internet has changed, but if you put writers together in a room, crazy things will always happen. That's the Energy in the Room!< Less
So You Think You’re Ready for Babies - A Guide to Breeding Chinchillas By K J Tenny
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So You Think You’re Ready for Babies-A Guide to Breeding Chinchillas is designed to provide a starting point to small scale breeding of chinchillas. After breeding chinchillas for several... More > years, I have gained insight and have come to some conclusions. The information found herein will help to thwart any potential problems that could arise as well as a few tricks along the way.< Less
My Clothes Make Me Angry By Kathleen Heaslip, Bridget Tennis
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A book about the plight of uncomfortable clothes for children. Told in a cute and humorous way, this book gives a voice to children who would like to tell their parents that their clothes make them... More > angry.< Less