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Creative places: elegy for Fleet Street

I’m a member of the Wynkyn de Worde Society. The society is named after Wynkyn de Worde, the first printer in Fleet Street. The heyday of Fleet Street has long since passed, but today the last two remaining journalists depart

Creative places: elegy for Fleet Street

I’m a member of the Wynkyn de Worde Society. The society is named after Wynkyn de Worde, the first printer in Fleet Street. The heyday of Fleet Street has long since passed, but today the last two remaining journalists depart

Tom Peters Wants You to Read

Originally posted on NUTs & FUNKENSPRUNG:
strategy + business, Published: May 26, 2016 The legendary management guru believes burying your nose in a book can be the most effective strategy for succeeding in business. by Theodore Kinni Tom Peters. You know the guy.…

Tom Peters Wants You to Read

Originally posted on NUTs & FUNKENSPRUNG:
strategy + business, Published: May 26, 2016 The legendary management guru believes burying your nose in a book can be the most effective strategy for succeeding in business. by Theodore Kinni Tom Peters. You know the guy.…

Research communication: a call for contributions

Monographer writes: As Creative Director of The Professional and Higher Partnership, I am pleased to have commissioned a forthcoming book entitled 53 interesting ways to communicate your research. Below is a call from the editors for some specific kinds of contributions.

Research communication: a call for contributions

Monographer writes: As Creative Director of The Professional and Higher Partnership, I am pleased to have commissioned a forthcoming book entitled 53 interesting ways to communicate your research. Below is a call from the editors for some specific kinds of contributions.

Publishing and creative industry: editor’s picks

Vigilant readers of this blog will have noticed the recent addition to the list of categories – namely ‘Editor’s selection’. Let me explain. I’ve simply reviewed the myriad posts on Monographer’s Blog and picked out my favourites.  How did I

Publishing and creative industry: editor’s picks

Vigilant readers of this blog will have noticed the recent addition to the list of categories – namely ‘Editor’s selection’. Let me explain. I’ve simply reviewed the myriad posts on Monographer’s Blog and picked out my favourites.  How did I

Communicating your research: a call for submissions

From Irenee Daly and Aoife Brophy Haney (University of Cambridge): We are editing a forthcoming book entitled 53 interesting ways to communicate your research. The book is designed to provide researchers with practical, imaginative, tried and tested, ways, to communicate

Communicating your research: a call for submissions

From Irenee Daly and Aoife Brophy Haney (University of Cambridge): We are editing a forthcoming book entitled 53 interesting ways to communicate your research. The book is designed to provide researchers with practical, imaginative, tried and tested, ways, to communicate

Resources for academic writing

As an academic publisher, I have an interest in promoting effective academic writing. To that end, I’ve produced some downloadable introductory resources. They’re now available on the Write Your Research website: http://writeyourresearch.wordpress.com. The resources cover: What you need to know

Resources for academic writing

As an academic publisher, I have an interest in promoting effective academic writing. To that end, I’ve produced some downloadable introductory resources. They’re now available on the Write Your Research website: http://writeyourresearch.wordpress.com. The resources cover: What you need to know

Reading on the cloud: how cloud publishing adds value for readers

If there’s one thing we know about tech businesses, it’s that one can’t build a business on technology alone. The mere possession of a technology, however wonderful it may be, isn’t a sufficient foundation. To build a business on a

Reading on the cloud: how cloud publishing adds value for readers

If there’s one thing we know about tech businesses, it’s that one can’t build a business on technology alone. The mere possession of a technology, however wonderful it may be, isn’t a sufficient foundation. To build a business on a