Day: November 26, 2016

Why I Still Use Hard Copy Contact Books Instead of My Phone

Call me “old school”, even though I’m not really that old. Call me “dated”, even though I still use my phone and computer for just about everything. Call me whatever you want to make me feel weird about continuing to use a hard copy address book when we have everything we need on our phones. I’m still going to do it.

When it comes to books, all types of books, I really prefer traditional hard copies to all others. Sure, I dabble a bit in eBooks and audio books out of pure convenience, but when it really comes down to it, I like to feel an actual book in my hand. And this applies to more than simply reading. Even though I have all of the contacts that truly matter at hand in my smartphone, I still keep a hard copy address book on my desk at all times. There are a number of reasons why it’s my preference, so here are just a few.

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FOX Drove Us Insane Doing The Time Warp Again!

“I would like, if I may, to take you on a strange journey.” Okay, so as a Rocky Horror super fan I obviously had to check out the FOX redo. Let me start by saying yes it was an okay delivery. With that being said, I am vaguely irritated at the mixture of staying true to the original and the massive changes that took place; either would’ve been okay, but not both.

Brilliance in the very beginning, I loved the skillful way that Ivy Levan took on “Science Fiction Double Feature” as an old time theatre usherette. The many lip close ups gave you the original feel, but also honed in on the Rocky Horror midnight showing delivery.
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10 Tips to Read More Books

A survey carried out 15 years ago showed that almost half of Americans didn’t read a single book in 12 months. Since then, reading rates have been falling. Sometimes this happens just because we don’t have enough time, but more often it’s just lack of motivation. So, before you turn to our foolproof tips for developing a reading habit, ask yourself a simple question.

Do you really want to read more?
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