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Stephanie Popp and and Veronica Zea admitted terrorizing a publisher and editor of an online newsletter by sending live spiders, a funeral wreath and a bloody pig Halloween mask to their home.
Executives were upset about the newsletter's coverage, so their employees set out to ruin the lives of the couple who ran the website.
Whenever I walk into a meeting with TV folks, there's one thing I always hear: "Did you read Cynopsis today?" Cynopsis Media's
There are a few people whose emails I always open, even if I know they're trying to sell me something and I don't want to buy. They've refined the skill of subject line writing to a level that each of their emails is a shiny, tempting candy that I can't help but unwrap.
Don't let your business fail or experience stunted growth simply because you haven't shared the right information with the
Media is changing so rapidly that the idea of wandering outside to pick up the papers seems almost prehistoric. Now we have the modern day version of the "newspaper on your front porch", the e-mail newsletter. Best part is, you don't even need to leave your bed to get them.
I've been thinking about email's death crawl. Surely it's on its way out as a daily communication tool, but the rate of its death seems to differ from person to person. Moving out of your head and your inbox, and into a more active communication with others is a healthier way to understand your relationships and the world.
To keep our far flung family connected, my mother would take out five sheets of onion skin paper, put a sheet of blue carbon
I love that we can get the job done and live (or visit)  exactly where we want. I'm happy to report that that has happened