Photo by Elyse Last summer, I talked about why writers should consider creating an email newsletter to better engage with others. I proposed the following reasons: Email is a less crowded channel Email is a communication channel people...Show More Summary
Photo courtesy of Highclere Castle There are many considerations to take into account when insuring an estate as historic and vast as Downton Abbey, reports the latest newsletter from Erie Insurance, which decided to calculate the coverage costs of the...
We look forward to tricking you into believing our lives are picture-perfect by posting totally unrealistic photos on Facebook for another year. Thanks for being in our lives, even though you know essentially nothing real about us! More » If Holiday Newsletters Actually Told The Truth is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
Photo courtesy of Garfield-Clarendon Model Railroad Club From Buena Park Neighbors' latest newsletter:"The Garfield-Clarendon Model Railroad Club Open House is Sunday, November 16 from 1:00p.m. to 4:00p.m., 4501 North Clarendon Ave., Chicago. Show More Summary
Last week, we reported about Milwaukee County Supervisor Deanna Alexander, a "rising star" among Republicans who caught caught using taxpayer money to send out a newsletter falsely informing people that they needed a photo ID to vote,...Show More Summary
A reader sent in these photos and says,"Hi Uptown Update, I remember reading about how Sheridan would be resurfaced this year, but I still hadn't seen any real info about it other than Cappleman's newsletter from the summer with dates about Sheridan under the L tracks. Show More Summary
Photo courtesy of City-Data.com According to Buena Park Neighbors' latest newsletter, there were enough questions raised at the community meeting about putting up a new residential building at 4027 N Broadway that a follow-up meeting...Show More Summary
Photos by Jeff Koch. Anyone who has participated in the collector car hobby for a few years and has belonged to a car club with a monthly newsletter or has read car magazines has seen stories of people taking their favorite collector cars to special attractions, on once-in-a-lifetime bucket-list trips or winning major awards. We’ve […]
Last year, a church congregation in Grand Ledge, Michigan cracked open a time capsule from 1912 filled with all the usual suspects: photos, newspapers, and newsletters. Basically, it had all the boring stuff you'd expect a church to put in their time capsule in 1912. Show More Summary
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Photodojo began as a newsletter for photography enthusiasts to share their latest tricks. Over time, it's evolved into a popular storefront for photo geeks, selling unique but oh-so-useful photography accessories. Now they're trying something new: camera and gadget rentals... but probably not like anything you've seen before. Read More
Google is testing a new look for Gmail's promotions tab, and it's heavy on the images. A grid view would allow you to browse your newsletters and deals based on the photos inside, making it easier to determine what is important to you. The feature is currently in trial. READ MORE »
Photo via GOOP How does one become a 'lifestyle guru?' Used to be, the process required years of meditation on Mt. Shelter Mag, but with GOOP, her weekly lifestyle newsletter, Gwyneth Paltrow has pioneered a new path to enlightenment:...
Photo via GOOP Once upon a time, in an interview with Harper's Bazaar UK, exultantly quirky grownup and cleanse champion Gwyneth Paltrow made peace with the public's reaction to GOOP, her lifestyle newsletter, stating, "Any time you do anything...
Arizona geologist Ken Fergason has been elected Vice President and President-elect of the Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists (AEG). [Photo credit AEG]The organization's newsletter offered this profile of Ken:"Ken...Show More Summary
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photo courtesy of Chicago Dept of Transportation From Ald. Cappleman's newsletter last week: Protected Bike Lanes Coming Soon! Are you a business owner or resident that frequently travels on Broadway? This new type of bike lane is planned for Broadway between Montrose and Ainslie. Show More Summary
(Or, the non-photographer’s guide to image use) It’s a truth universally acknowledged that articles, newsletters, blog posts, posters, and basically anything involving blocks of text can be improved upon by the addition of an image. When you’re writing about the local cycling club’s criterium or producing a short introduction to crochet and macrame, you’ll probably […]
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Weight loss newsletter the New York Post has taken notice of maybe-gay Newark mayor and U.S. Senate contender Cory Booker's recent weight gain gross pudginess, as evidenced by a recently snapped photo of Booker, sans heavy jacket, walking leisurely along a boardwalk near the beach (like a big ol’ fatty): Read more...