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Adopt These Video Marketing Strategies to Uplift Your Company's Image

If a picture is worth thousand words, let us do the math for videos. At 30 frames per second, every second of video is worth 30,000 words. For a 60 second video, the number turns out to be 1.8 million words. This figure was proposedShow More Summary

Worth a Thousand Words: Princess Leia

Cover art by Mark Brooks for ‘Princess Leia’ #1 from Marvel Comicsvia Not Pulp Covers

Bubbles In Bond Land——A Central Bank Made Mania, Part 1

Sometimes an apt juxtaposition is worth a thousand words, and here’s one that surely fits the bill. Last year Japan lost another 272,000 of its population as it marched resolutely toward its destiny as the world’s first bankrupt old age colony. Show More Summary

Worth a Thousand Words: Gonna Get a Fish

Gonna Get a Fishtaken by Valerie, ucumari photographysome rights reserved

Worth a Thousand Words: Self Portrait with a Sunflower

Anthony van Dyck (1599–1641), Self Portrait With a Sunflower, Private collection I always enjoy seeing the personal touches that artists put into self-portraits, especially in the more flamboyant pieces, such as the one above.Which. I. Love.

Worth a Thousand Words: Boston Beaneater King Kelly

Michael J. "King" Kellyvia the Library of Congress baseball album on Flickr

Former Caltrans Employee Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement

ABC 30 reports, “It’s the end of the road for a former Caltrans official accused of embezzling thousands of dollars for everything from fake expenses to trips never taken. With a few quiet words, Christine Cox-Kovacevich admitted toShow More Summary

Millennials Will Be The Last Globalized Generation

If we had to describe the last 50 years of economic history in one word, globalization would be high on the list. Thousands of small, independent economies around the world fused into one nearly seamless whole. The things we use every day—food, clothing, vehicles, furniture, electronic devices, even the materials that [...]

Worth a Thousand Words: Coast Guard

Coast Guardby the talented Karin Jurick This makes me smile even as I see the last days of summer slipping away.

Worth a Thousand Words: Roman Fish Market

Albert Bierstadt, Roman Fish Market. Arch of Octavius Via Lines and Colors where you'll find some delightful details enlarged for your enjoyment.

‘Mr. Church’ Trailer: Eddie Murphy Gets Serious

It’s been a while since we’ve seen Eddie Murphy stretch his dramatic muscles. Heck, it’s been a while since we’ve seen Eddie Murphy at all. His last film was A Thousand Words, released all the way back in 2012. But he’s back this fall, and with his most dramatic role since 2006’s Dreamgirls. Show More Summary

Worth a Thousand Words: Coast of Vormsi Island

Coast of Vormsi Islandtaken by Remo Savisaar I want to go to there.

Worth a Thousand Words: Flowers

Victoria Dubourg, Flowersvia Arts Everyday Living I don't love still life paintings but I do love this.

PHOTO ESSAY: Trump vs Hillary Crowd Comparison – Pictures Say a Thousand Words!

Guest Post by Joe Hoft Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is leading Republican Donald Trump in many of the polls... The post PHOTO ESSAY: Trump vs Hillary Crowd Comparison – Pictures Say a Thousand Words! appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Images Are Worth a Thousand Words

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Worth a Thousand Words: La Lettre

La Lettre (The Letter). Émile Munier (1840-1895).

Church's Drones Will Drop Bibles on ISIS Territory

What people living in ISIS-controlled areas really need is Christianity delivered by drone, an evangelical church in Sweden has decided. The Uppsala-based Word of Life church says it plans to use military drones to drop thousands of Bibles over parts of Syria in the hope of converting Muslims, CNET reports....

Watch: We play No Man's Sky all day, basically

Contrary to popular belief, our jobs rarely consist of playing games all day. Mostly it's just a rushed 10 minutes or so here and there before we slink off back to our desks to write another thousand words of copy. I'm happy to report,...Show More Summary

Worth a Thousand Words: Bookplate of Charles P Searle

Bookplate of Charles P. Searle (1904). Sidney Lawton Smith, 1845-1929, engraver.Etching with engraving. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. We all want this bookplate, don't we? I know I want that library. I also love that the reader's book is engraved with a large CPS. Click on the image to see the details better.

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