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Iran's General Qassim Soleimani killed in US air raid at Baghdad airport

Understanding the Fear of Success

A New Study: What factors predict success?

'The Last Fiction' wins top prize at Epic ACG Fest in US

Security Alert: It’s Way Too Easy to Get a .gov Domain Name - by Brian Krebs

A brief note on Anton Chekhov (1860-1904)

Bookriot.com : 7 Books of Folkloric Fiction

Shopify launches email marketing tool

Harvey Mackay: Adversity can often glavanize success

Oral History: ‘American Medina’ Shares Stories of Muslim Chicagoans

Scientists: Human Extinction Is Extremely Likely

The Sun's Corona, Today 11-30-2019

FAQ: What is EMail Marketing?

What is User Generated Content (UGC)?

Creativity comes closest to providing the fulfillment

4th Afro-Chinese folklore festival kicks off in Egypt's Aswan

Like it or not, Banner ads are 25 today

Google Is Upgrading Its Search Engine

How much spam is sent daily?

Triskaidekaphobia

Have you seen Ben Turnbull’s Mad portrait of Donald Trump?

Happy workers are 13% more productive

Engineers develop a new way to remove carbon dioxide from air

International Conference on Copyright Limitations and Exceptions for Libraries, Archives, Museums and Educational & Research Institutions


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Iran's General Qassim Soleimani killed in US air raid at Baghdad airport


General Qassim Soleimani, the head of Iran's elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps' (IRGC's) Quds Forces kill by US Air Attack in Iraq. Three days of national mourning announced by the Iranian officials.,




A fantastic view; Naghshe Jahan Square in Isfahan - Iran





A Narrative of Journalism

Iran's General Qassim Soleimani killed in US air raid at Baghdad airport


General Qassim Soleimani, the head of Iran's elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps' (IRGC's) Quds Forces kill by US Air Attack in Iraq. Three days of national mourning announced by the Iranian officials.,






A Narrative of Science and Technology
Scientists: Human Extinction Is Extremely Likely



Forget nuclear weapons, biological warfare, and the slew of other ways humanity could cause its own destruction for a moment. If you take into account only naturally occurring phenomena, researchers determine that the probability of our entire species going extinct in any given year is as high as one in 14,000.

More here - Futurism ...




The Sun's Corona, Today 11-30-2019




Image of the Sun's corona obtained Nov 30,2019 at 01:11 UT with AIA instrument on board SDO spacecraft.

Source: Laboratory of X-ray astronomy of the Sun, Lebedev Institute, Russia




Engineers develop a new way to remove carbon dioxide from air



A new way of removing carbon dioxide from a stream of air could provide a significant tool in the battle against climate change. The new system can work on the gas at virtually any concentration level, even down to the roughly






A Narrative of Copyright

International Conference on Copyright Limitations and Exceptions for Libraries, Archives, Museums and Educational & Research Institutions


The Conference concluded the fact-finding and information gathering phase foreseen in the limitations and exceptions Action Plans and provided an opportunity to address on a global scale some of the issues identified during the three regional seminars on limitations and exceptions held in Singapore, Nairobi and Santo Domingo. ...





A Narrative of Arts and Cultures

A brief note on Anton Chekhov (1860-1904)



Anton Chekhov (1860-1904) is among the greatest writers of Russian literature. Though a physician by profession, he composed more than 600 literary works, which for the most part portray bourgeois life in the Russian countryside. His plays, which tend to focus more on creating a specific mood than the plot itself, have significantly influenced modern theatre.



Have you seen Ben Turnbull’s Mad portrait of Donald Trump?



UK artist Ben Turnbull looks to the US for his latest works, on show at Bermondsey Art Space in south London (American History X volume III, Manifest Decimation, until 2 November).





A Narrative of Technical Translation and Terminology

Triskaidekaphobia


  تابان خواجه‌نصیری - دستخط یک (A kind of Superstition, fear of number 13) I don't have anything like that ... and you won't believe it, actually love number 13 and even sometimes I think that number 13 is not only nasty but also brings me chance and of course it may now be somehow a superstition ... As far as I know Germans often and severely fear Fridays right on the 13th of a given month.





A Narrative of Telework

Happy workers are 13% more productive


Research by Oxford University's Saïd Business School, in collaboration with British multinational telecoms firm BT, has found a conclusive link between happiness and productivity.





A Narrative of Spams

Security Alert: It’s Way Too Easy to Get a .gov Domain Name - by Brian Krebs


Many readers probably believe they can trust links and emails coming from U.S. federal government domain names, or else assume there are at least more stringent verification requirements involved in obtaining a .gov domain versus a commercial one ending in .com or .org. But a recent experience suggests this trust may be severely misplaced, and that it is relatively straightforward for anyone to obtain their very own .gov domain.

Here, Krebsonsecurity.com ...



How much spam is sent daily?


  تابان خواجه‌نصیری - دستخط یک This note is almost 2 years old:

About 14.5 billion spam emails are sent every single day.

That 45% equates to 14.5 billion spam messages that are sent globally each day. It certainly seems modern spammers have a lot to say.





A Narrative of Our Search

Google Is Upgrading Its Search Engine



  تابان خواجه‌نصیری - دستخط یک Yesterday, On Friday, Google announced it's upgrading its search engine. In fact, Google is just adding some capabilities in natural language processing and machine learning to help make sense of users’ questions and deliver the most relevant results.

The new software helps Google understand prepositional phrases, context, and small nuances in language.





A Narrative of Content and CMS

What is User Generated Content (UGC)?



User-generated content (UGC) is content created by individuals outside of the business. It’s authentic and created by people who love your brand. It is a powerful form of marketing for any brand. It allows you to strengthen your relationships with followers and customers and broaden your online presence.





A Narrative of Email Marketing

Shopify launches email marketing tool


Shopify, a Canadian company, recently launched Shopify Email, an email marketing tool designed to help entrepreneurs build meaningful relationships with their customers in an increasingly crowded commerce landscape.



FAQ: What is EMail Marketing?



Email marketing is the act of sending a commercial message, typically to a group of people, using email. In its broadest sense, every email sent to a potential or current customer could be considered email marketing.

There are two broad types of marketing emails that you're going to send out: engagement emails and transactional.

These are the types of engagement emails you can use:
  • Welcome Emails. ...
  • Tutorials and Tips Emails. ...
  • Customer Stories. ...
  • Brand Stories. ...
  • Re-engagement Emails.





A Narrative of Ads and the Internet

Like it or not, Banner ads are 25 today


  تابان خواجه‌نصیری - دستخط یک We see them all over the Internet and sounds they are here to stay for more than one fourth of a century. Are they still relevant?

The banner ad is 25 years old now.






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Understanding the Fear of Success


            Tom Moon - Columnist

Anyone can understand why people might be afraid of failure, but is it really possible that some people are actually afraid of success? One of the most difficult aspects of human nature to understand is the strange and widespread tendency of so many to sabotage themselves, to shoot themselves in the foot, to undermine their strivings for success and happiness, as if they have some kind of allergy to success.

Read More Here: San Francisco Bay Times



A New Study: What factors predict success?


          Angela Duckworth, Psychologist

“If you want to lead a happy, healthy, helpful life,” Angela Duckworth, Psychologist says, “you want to cultivate many aspects of your character, like honesty, kindness, generosity, curiosity” — and, of course, grit.

New research from Angela Duckworth and colleagues finds that characteristics beyond intelligence influence long-term achievement.

A Good Read's Here, Penntoday ...



Harvey Mackay: Adversity can often glavanize success


          Harvey Mackay

In life, things happen to us, but the only thing that truly matters is what happens within us.

I recently had the opportunity to sit down with the University of Minnesota head football coach P.J. Fleck. I asked P.J. what he looks for when he recruits players. P.J. said he wants kids who have faced adversity and gone through a lot in their young lives.

Maybe that's why the legendary college football coach and my longtime friend Lou Holtz, said: "Show me someone who has done something worthwhile and I'll show you someone who has overcome adversity."

Read more here at timesunion.com



Creativity comes closest to providing the fulfillment



According to Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, author of Creativity: Flow and the Psychology of Discovery and Invention, "of all human activities, creativity comes closest to providing the fulfillment we all hope to get in our lives."





A Narrative of Oral History and Internet Folklore
Short Notes and Notices

'The Last Fiction' wins top prize at Epic ACG Fest in US



Ashkan Rahgozar’s ‘The Last Fiction’, an Iranian animated interpretation of a popular Persian folklore, has won the Best Feature Animation award at 6th Epic ACG Fest in California, US.


Mehr Nov 03 2019 - The Best Feature Animation award of the 6th edition of Epic ACG Fest in California went to the Iranian title ‘The Last Fiction’, bringing its international awards to 12.

Epic ACG fest is a unique event dedicated to animation, comics and games. Its 6th edition was held on Oct. 26-27, 2019.

'The Last Fiction’, written and directed by Ashkan Rahgozar and produced by Ehsan Rasulof at Hoorakhsh Studios, is one of the 32 submissions for this year's Animated Feature category of the Academy Awards.

It is an open interpretation of the story of 'Zahhak', a page from one of the central tales of the 'Book of Kings/Shahnameh’ written by acclaimed Persian poet Ferdowsi between 977 and 1010.

The film follows Zahhak's treacherous rise to the throne in Jamkard in Persia. The young and naïve hero Afaridoun will have to save the kingdom and its people from darkness. But he must first conquer his own demons in this portrayal of Persian mythology which reveals human nature.

The voice cast includes top Iranian actors such as Leila Hatami ('A Separation'), Parviz Parastui ('Today') and Ashkan Khatibi ('So Close, So Far').

'The Last Fiction’ premiered at Annecy, the world’s top animation film festival in France, and won several awards at international film festivals including the best feature animation award at the 3rd international South American films festival in Chile, and Best Animated Future Film at the 16th edition of San Diego International Kids' Film Festival in the US.




Bookriot.com : 7 Books of Folkloric Fiction





By Courtney Rodgers - Folklore, myths, and legends are the basis of so many of our common stories. Even the way we create stories, in books and film, has been influenced by world folklore. These seven books take their inspiration from mythology and folktales from all over the world.

Here, Bookriot.com ...




Oral History: ‘American Medina’ Shares Stories of Muslim Chicagoans



A new exhibit at the Chicago History Museum highlights the experiences of Muslim Chicagoans. Through audio interviews, more than 40 voices share stories of faith, identity and personal journeys in “American Medina: Stories of Muslim Chicago.”

We meet the man behind one of those voices and learn about the work he’s doing for Muslim Chicagoans.






4th Afro-Chinese folklore festival kicks off in Egypt's Aswan



The fourth edition of the Afro-Chinese Arts and Folklore Festival kicked off on Sunday inside ancient Philae Temple in Upper Egypt's Province of Aswan.

Gathering troupes from 30 countries, the event that lasts until Oct. 31 is held under the auspices of the Egyptian Ministry of Culture, in cooperation with other ministries including those of tourism, antiquities, youth and sports, immigration, and social solidarity.

Egypt's Minister of Culture Inas Abdel-Dayem said during the opening ceremony that the festival is continuation of "the extended and deep-rooted relations between China and Egypt in particular and China and Africa in general." The event was attended by several Egyptian ministers, officials, parliamentarians, artists and movie stars.

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