Thursday, June 16, 2011

Jim Carrey is the Black Swan

This guest post from Hong Alexander

Ever since I switched to www.cannonsatellite.com, I find myself watching more television than I used to, especially on the weekends. I used to watch Saturday Night Live almost every single weekend, but I stopped watching once the cast seemed to have lost its humor. My favorite guest appearance on a TV show happened recently when Jim Carrey hosted Saturday Night Live. This is the second time I've seen him do this; even though the first time was probably the best, his appearance made the show much better the second time around. He always seems to steal the show, and I found myself laughing quite a few times.

His role as the Black Swan was exceptional and I thought I was going to fall out of my chair from laughing so hard. If I met him in real life, then I would probably suffer from stomach cramps because I would laugh at everything he said. The Black Swan skit went well and it worked because he really does know how to move gracefully -- that is if you consider an injured swan graceful. I've tried to watch the show several times since his appearance, but I just can't get into it as much. If he ever decides to come back, then I will be sure to watch.

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Writers Need More MONEY!

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Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Research on Health Issues

As a writer interested in health-related issues, I visit a number of sites, including the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Mayo Clinic. I also subscribe to The Doctors Health e-Bulletin (http://click.discountclick.com/go/click.php?tid=633006) for breakthrough information on everything from the best foods to eat to exercises that improve brain function.

Advances in medicine are made every day and because doctors today appear to be more specialized than they were when I was growing up, it helps to know as much as we can about our own bodies so that we can make informed decisions when our doctors suggest a treatment plan.

In the "old days" people used to think of their doctors as gods. Today, we know that doctors are human and that they make mistakes. Going to the doctor with a sense of why we are experiencing problems helps our doctor care for us and lets him or her know that we are making intelligent choices.

As a result of my need to know as much as I can about my own body and about the current advances being made in medicine, I use as many resources as I can. The Doctors Health e-Bulletin is a good place to start. If you want to subscribe to The Doctors Health e-Bulletin, click any of the links in this blog or in the sidebar.

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Monday, June 6, 2011

Writers – Let Others Know You Exist

With all the emphasis on social marketing using email, Facebook, and Twitter, we often forget that other ways exist to introduce ourselves as writers.

Lots of communities hold "After Hours" meetings where people get together to discuss what their businesses can offer the community. At these meetings, representatives from various companies pass out business cards to let everyone know what their specialty is.

Attending one of these functions with business cards in hand lets the community know that your writing skills can help them with their next brochure, report, newsletter, or whatever their writing needs are. Local companies might be looking for business bloggers as well. Hand them your business card.

Want even more recognition? Post a large magnet on your car or van to let the community know that your writing skills can help them. I recently purchased from VistaPrint business cards and automobile magnets for this web site, Writing Creatively. Their prices are incredibly low AND VistaPrint's business cards are often FREE!

Visit the VistaPrint web site by clicking on the link next to this blog for more ideas on how to market your writing.

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I've seen ads for White Smoke. I once put a White Smoke ad on one of my blogs without really knowing exactly what White Smoke was. At first I thought it was an ad for quitting cigarettes, but I was wrong. White Smoke is the "World's Leading Language Solutions" expert.

Comparing itself with Microsoft Word, White Smoke claims that it catches more mistakes than does Word. It also offers a multilingual dictionary with full text translations. With a comprehensive grammar, spelling, style and punctuation checker, White Smoke really does sound like a writer's best friend.


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Want to try White Smoke? Click the link I've provided in the sidebar. White Smoke even offers hundreds of professional templates for you to use.


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