Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue

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  • Many of them had read five, some ten or more. \nThese folks were our best customers—and we were so rude to them. \nThe gave us their heart, we sent them a generic rejection slip \n
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  • Many of them had read five, some ten or more. \nThese folks were our best customers—and we were so rude to them. \nThe gave us their heart, we sent them a generic rejection slip \n
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  • So, what stops us from properly integrating.\n
  • So, what stops us from properly integrating.\n
  • So, what stops us from properly integrating.\n
  • So, what stops us from properly integrating.\n
  • So, what stops us from properly integrating.\n
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  • Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue

    1. 1. Something Old, Something New,Something Borrowed, Something Blue
    2. 2. 1500: Writing 2.0 begins
    3. 3. July 1985: Publishing 2.0 begins
    4. 4. “Only connect! That was the whole of her sermon. Onlyconnect the prose and the passion, and both wi" beexalted, and human love wi" be seen at its height. Livein #agments no longer. Only connect...” —E.M. Forster, Howard’s End
    5. 5. “Authors and readers aren’ttypes of people, they arebehaviors, which we allmanifest at some point oranother, sometimestogether.” —Peggy Nelson
    6. 6. .
    7. 7. To contact me, email me at RNash@thinkcursor.comTo sign up for an invite to the beta of the first community, Red Lemonade go to http://ThinkCursor.com

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