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2012-09-03 23:01:20

Self publishing with Kindle publishing is now profitable for some authors using the Number One Book System by Ryan Deiss.

Is This The New Kindle Fire?
2012-09-03 05:25:38

Photos of what is believed to be the next generation Kindle Fire surfaced online last Thursday, just one week before Amazon's scheduled September 6 event where the tablet computer will likely be officially unveiled.

2012-08-30 16:05:46

To say that Apple’s iPad is a best seller is a sweeping understatement. Other tablet makers’ numbers, (Samsung, for instance) are mere fractions compared to Apple’s numbers.

100 Million Kindle-exclusive Books Downloaded
2012-08-29 05:06:49

The old McDonalds sign used to read: "over 99 billion served." Amazon.com is working on that number with titles downloaded to Kindle. To date, Kindle-exclusive books have been downloaded over 100 million times.

2012-08-25 23:02:17

Number One Book System Review: Ryan Deiss releases his brand new course on how to publish on, and make money with, the Amazon Kindle, the biggest revolution in consumer reading trends in history.

2012-08-23 23:03:59

Ryan Deiss Number One Book System bonus offered by MarketersBlackBook.com

2012-08-10 23:01:11

Drew Canole's smashing hit and newly updated Juicing Recipes for Vitality and Health is now available for download to Kindle and other devices.

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Geologic Clock With Events And Periods
2012-10-22 14:17:38

The Archean (formerly Archaeozoic) is a geologic eon between the Hadean and Proterozoic eons. The Archean Eon begins at roughly 3.8 billion years ago (Ga) and ends at about 2.5 Ga. But unlike all other geological ages, which are based on stratigraphy, The Archean eon is defined chronometrically. The lower boundary of 3.8 Ga has also not been officially recognized by the International Commission on Stratigraphy. The name Archean is derived from the ancient Greek (Arkhe), meaning...

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Word of the Day
  • To befool; deceive; balk; jilt.
  • An illusion; a trick; a cheat.
The word 'begunk' may come from a nasalised variant of Scots begeck ("to deceive, disappoint"), equivalent to be- +‎ geck.