Tag: writing

LEARN ENGLISH | MARK ZUCKERBERG: Find Your Purpose (English Subtitles)

LEARN ENGLISH | MARK ZUCKERBERG: Find Your Purpose (English Subtitles)

President Faust, Board of Overseers, faculty, alumni, friends, proud parents, members of the ad board, and graduates of the greatest university in the world. I’m honored to be with you today because, let’s face it, you accomplished something…

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Inside Random House: Bringing Our Authors’ Books to Life

Inside Random House: Bringing Our Authors’ Books to Life

Writing a book is an extremely complicated job. It isn’t just one sits down at a computer and just lets it rip. That could be a very good first draft, for example. In fact David Ebershoff, one of…

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Harsh Reality of Working in the TV News Business from an Ex-TV Producer

Harsh Reality of Working in the TV News Business from an Ex-TV Producer

hi I’m Jennifer Moore and I’m an Ex-TV producer in this video I’m gonna share with you some of the harsh realities about working in TV news so stay tuned so as you may know I recently got…

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Why are these 32 symbols found in caves all over Europe | Genevieve von Petzinger

Why are these 32 symbols found in caves all over Europe | Genevieve von Petzinger

There’s something about caves — a shadowy opening in a limestone cliff that draws you in. As you pass through the portal between light and dark, you enter a subterranean world — a place of perpetual gloom, of…

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5 tips to improve your writing

5 tips to improve your writing

Hi there, my name is Emma and in today’s video We are going to look at, five ways to improve academic essay writing Okay? Or TOEFL writing, IELTS writing. This doesn’t have to do with when you write…

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The Secret to Business Writing: Crash Course Business – Soft Skills #3

The Secret to Business Writing: Crash Course Business – Soft Skills #3

Back before telegraphs, telephones, or the Internet, the handwritten word was where it was at. Letters took weeks to arrive, and people wrote pages and pages to one another in flowery language. They used to describe EVERYTHING. Today,…

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Renee Stoll – TV Reporter Exits News Business to Start Media Company, Fly Drones

Renee Stoll – TV Reporter Exits News Business to Start Media Company, Fly Drones

in this edition of Ex-TVNewsers we are talking to a woman who left her TV news job she started her own business and likes to fly drones on the side hi I’m Jennifer Moore Ex-TVProducer we are here…

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Joy Harjo on receiving an NEA Literature Fellowship

Joy Harjo on receiving an NEA Literature Fellowship

So I started writing when I was a student at the University of New Mexice and the writing was – really came. It was because there was a need to write. I had no plans to be a…

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NEA Literature Fellowships

NEA Literature Fellowships

So I started writing when I was a student at the University of New Mexice and the writing was – really came. It was because there was a need to write. I had no plans to be a…

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Inside the mind of a master procrastinator | Tim Urban

Inside the mind of a master procrastinator | Tim Urban

So in college, I was a government major, which means I had to write a lot of papers. Now, when a normal student writes a paper, they might spread the work out a little like this. So, you…

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