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Vanessa Place... blocked By 38 Poets
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From 2012 to 2014, the poet and artist Vanessa Place regularly re-posted other poets’ Facebook status updates as if they were her own. One such appropriated update, reprinted as the cover of... More > this book, prompted a poet to block Place. Thirty-eight poets responded to his announcement “Vanessa Place… blocked.” This book reproduces verbatim their Facebook discussion.< Less
BOEING 707-720 By tarek shoukri
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The epitomy of commerical jet airliner travel, the Boeing 707 served with all the principal carriers bringing new standards of comfort, speed and efficiency to airline passengers. Pan Am was the... More > first major airline to order it and flew its fleet emblazoned with the famous 'Clipper' names. BOAC placed a substantial order and insisted on Rolls-Royce Conway engines rather than the Pratt & Whitney JT series engines favored by American customers. Very few 707s are now flying passengers and many military versions fly as AWACs, tankers or transports. Read more at< Less
Social Media Network Marketing By Frank Wooden
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Social Media websites allow individuals to interact with one another and build relationships. When companies join the social channels, consumers can interact with them and they can communicate with... More > consumers directly. That interaction feels more personal to users than traditional methods of strictly outbound marketing & advertising. Social networking sites and blogs allow individual followers to "retweet" or "repost" comments made by the product being promoted. By repeating the message, all of the users connections are able to see the message, therefore reaching more people. Social networking sites act as word of mouth. Because the information about the product is being put out there and is getting repeated, more traffic is brought to the product or company. Through social networking sites, companies can interact with individual followers. This personal interaction can instill a feeling of loyalty into followers and potential customers.< Less