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Something About Yoshi’s Island ANIMATED (Loud Sound Warning) 🦎

Something About Yoshi’s Island ANIMATED (Loud Sound Warning) 🦎

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Unfortunately, Yoshi can’t read. (Crowd chatter) OPEN THE DOOR WE HAVE YOUR BABY. I ain’t do nuttin! Rated M for Mature. Hey, did you know the scientific term for butt crack is intergluteal crease? (Indian War Whoops) (sigh) Jim, you can’t do stuff like that. Stop it. Get some help. AY! I WANNA RIDE DA […]

Why publish an open access book?

Why publish an open access book?

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Publish your peer-reviewed book as open access, making it easy to find and easy to share, meaning much more impact for your research. Anyone, anywhere can download, read, and share your work free of charge in different electronic formats and with no barriers or delay. Open access will widen your readership and the licence we […]

How does it work? Open access books in 6 steps

How does it work? Open access books in 6 steps

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With an open access book, anyone, anywhere can download and read your research free of charge, with no limitations. It works like this. You submit your book proposal. We arrange the peer review for approval. If accepted, your funder or institution pays a Book Processing Charge, or BPC. This BPC covers all costs for commissioning, […]

Making A Pop-Up Book | Nice Content | Tatered

Making A Pop-Up Book | Nice Content | Tatered

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[MUSIC] What’s interesting about what I do, when you open the pages of a pop-up book, like bam, it’s right there. It’s this huge thing, and it’s a surprise. [MUSIC] My name is Matthew Reinhart, and I am a creator of pop-up books. [MUSIC] The pop-up book that we’re gonna create today is inspired by […]

Ellen Still Isn’t Convinced the Phone Book Is a Waste of Paper

Ellen Still Isn’t Convinced the Phone Book Is a Waste of Paper

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I remember a time when you actually had to talk to people to figure out if they were annoying or not. And now you just see pictures of the food they post on Instagram, and you immediately know that they’re annoying. And it’s amazing how much– you know everything is in our phones, now. We […]

Artists and architects think differently compared to other people – UCL study

Artists and architects think differently compared to other people – UCL study

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We wanted to test the hypothesis that if you were trained to work in a particular spatial profession, it might change the way you think about space. There’s the picture of nature which is round, fat. You can grab it. You can pick it up, and you can walk around inside of it. And then […]

Book Production – Work in Publishing | Penguin Random House

Book Production – Work in Publishing | Penguin Random House

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One of my colleagues once described production as ‘Editorial are the heart of publishing and Production are the lungs.’ Production is involved in the publishing process all the way from the very beginning, right up to the delivery of the final book. We are the ones that take a manuscript or artwork and we turn […]

DIY Book Cloth for Bookbinding | Sea Lemon

DIY Book Cloth for Bookbinding | Sea Lemon

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Book cloth is fabric that is backed with a surface which makes it easier to adhere to book covers. Not every type of material needs this backing, but most thin or cotton fabrics do. If you search “book cloth” you can find it for sale online or in some specialty stores. Or you can make […]

Last Minute Studying Hacks

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Hi guys today’s video is about last minute studying hacks, why are we doing this video? It’s because on last week’s video many of you commented in our Facebook comments that you guys are actually having O levels and A levels And also on our instagram you guys that you would like a studying tips […]

Why Do Pages of Books and Newspapers Turn Yellow Over Time?

Why Do Pages of Books and Newspapers Turn Yellow Over Time?

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It is generally thought that paper was invented around 100 BC in China. Originally made from wet hemp that was, then, beaten to a pulp, tree bark, bamboo, and other plant fibers were eventually used. Paper soon spread across Asia, first only being used for official and important documents, but as the process became more […]