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dale-estey's picture
Here are two articles that, considering the times we live in, make me ponder the possibility that I am not only writing a Thriller, but I might be living through one. [DE] A Flying Eye drone. (Photo: Flying Eye) * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * U.S. 'Homeland' Includes Canada And Mexico On NSA...
joshua-keidan's picture
 I defeated Google. Therefore I win. Google was set up by smart people to make sure people like me never EVER break the internet. However I am now on the front page , at the bottom of the front page but on the front page. It makes me special…and not just  “Josh you get the blunt...
geri-spieler's picture
    Conducting Internet research is a challenge. It's time consuming, often confusing and who ever thought too much information could be a problem? The Internet has opened up the world of information gathering to the extent that it can be overwhelming and therefore problematic. Standard Google...
chitra-banerjee-divakaruni's picture
Since my novel One Amazing Thing was published a couple of months ago, I've been doing a lot of interviews. At some point, interviewers usually ask me about my use of social media--my blog, my twitter account, my Facebook author page. I cringe, because I know what's coming next. "You haven'...
bob-levin's picture
For the first time in a long while, I Googled "Bob Levin," unaccompanied by any book title or other search-narrowing addenda. The results are in and, thanks to Red Room, you are looking at the most clicked upon one-of-me in the world. The runner up Bob Levin is president of worldwide...
chitra-banerjee-divakaruni's picture
Recently I was at the Google headquarters at Mountain View to give an Authors@Google talk (now up on You Tube, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPbSw5Yo2TA)--and I have to say, I was quite charmed. The "campus" is appropriately named. Watching numerous blue-jeaned...