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This month we have a fiction entry in Book Lust by writer Barrie Abalard, who reviews the latest book in the series that inspired the Golden Globe winning "Dexter" TV series.
My inbox is clogged with so-called newsletters from people who must have made a resolution to "communicate more" or "do more marketing" in 2010.
John Hodgman has quite a gig going with his "You're Welcome" series on The Daily Show. This one's terrific -- our debt ceiling is now a "debt convertible."
On a sad reading note, I opened this month's "Fortune Small Business" to learn it was the last. RIP to a great publication I've been reading on dead trees for years. Maybe earlier adaptation of e-readers would have saved it. On that e-reader note, which do you prefer, Nook or Kindle? With my birthday coming up in January I'll graciously accept either -- and you don't even have to wrap it. Making it easy for you, dear readers!
We all love shortcuts, but sometimes they backfire.
I've been so bold as to edit Prince Charles and the pope, so why not the Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank?
As we hurtle towards 2010 some financial advisors and life insurance agents keep communicating like it's 1999.
Exhortations to "publish, publish, publish" forget the most important advice: publish something worthwhile. To communicate in a meaningful way build an editorial calendar and stock your content pantry.