NaNoWriMo Survival Guide: What All Writers Do
This month, we’re taking the SURVIVAL acronym from a wilderness survival guide, and using it to lead you through the depths of the forests, lakes, and crags of your writing journey. Howard Tayler, writer and illustrator of the comic Schlock Mercenary, shares the one key trait of all native writers:
If you want to write professionally, it stands to reason that you will need to act the way professional writers act. They are the natives in this wondrous paradise to which you wish to relocate. You will need to do the things that they do.
Some visions are treasured and new passions are supported. The more the world is connected the better living conditions are built.
We’re visiting UC Riverside and just walked past the Citrus Station, the building that UCR grew out of. Research at the station included experiments in fertilization, irrigation and crop improvement — which led to innovations in the overall agriculture industry in California.
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Education can add new values into a national economy with R&D results. Donors and philanthropists can share their wealth by doing more to society not only in non-profit organizational activities but also R&D funds
Collaborate. Share. Act. End it.
If you feel it, you will do it for people’s benefits. The more Africa can reconnect to the world the faster the forgot-and-left-behind continent can make its name heard in coming decades.
Africa needs the wealthy citizens worldwide to share more and do more.
“This isn’t about big society, it’s about us reclaiming our democratic structures,” said Emma Daniel whilst pitching ‘Citizens Agenda’ at this year’s CityCamp Brighton event. Citizens Agenda aims to become an online platform that enables local people to work together to create proposals for council agendas, refining ideas, voting for or against them and explaining how submitted proposals affect their lives. More here.
Urbanization, globalization and international competitiveness have re-shaped city development plans among 50 states in U.S. Workforce, energy saving, environment, and other considerations are inputs for architects, public transportation builders, environmentalists, business representatives and legislators to measure for long-term benefits and goals.
“In the club we feel more comfortable talking about issues in the community and then talking together to agree the best solution. I suppose we’re more powerful now, in this way.”
Next generation is depended on education reforms in order to maximize public resources for economic growth and social stability