What is a magazine? by George Madiou

George-MadiouMagazines have been around in the USA since 1741. How does TheNetworkMarketingMagazine.com fit in as a magazine? This insight was passed on to us by John Milton Fogg WORDPLAY focuses on the man most associated with crossword puzzles, New York Times puzzle editor and NPR puzzle-master Will Shortz. Director Patrick Creadon introduces us to crossword puzzlers who reveal their process, insight and the allure of the game. Wordplay takes us though the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament where competitors battle for the title “Crossword Champ.”

Fact of the day: magazine

The word magazine also means “storehouse,” and all magazines are collections of articles (and advertisements!) published at regular intervals.  NULL Often, the content of magazines does not date as quickly as that of newspapers. Magazines are printed on longer-lasting paper and cover every imaginable topic, ranging from very specialized scientific journals to more general lifestyle and fashion magazines. Features are the staple of magazines and vary according to the type of magazine. These articles look at a particular subject in depth, often accompanied by photographs or illustrations. The first magazine published in America was “The American Magazine, or a Monthly View of the Political State of the British Colonies,” edited by John Webbe and published in Philadelphia in 1741. It appeared just three days before Benjamin Franklin’s “General Magazine and Historical Chronicle for All the British Plantations in America.” Thank you John! I think TheNetworkMarketingMagazine.com has brought “magazine” to a new level. We are certainly a “storehouse”, but as you have often pointed out we are more like a “Library”. I like to think of us as a “Tool”.

This tool has something for everyone.

Newcomer to the industry or PHD level experienced networker. We offer a source of information, inspiration and insight that you just can’t find anywhere else. TheNetworkMarketingMagazine.com has brought “magazine” to a new level; articles, audios, live events and new features to come soon, such as Podcasting, web conferencing and coaching available to our subscribers by the world’s top coaches. No, this isn’t the same type of magazine that Ben Franklin gave us in the 1700’s. We are in an exciting era. The 21st century brings us into a highly leveraged time, and at the same time shows us how developing relationships are so important. Even though we are not printed on “longer-lasting” paper, we have some distinct advantages as a result of our magazine being digital on the internet. We are able to sort, share, save and have all of this pertinent information at our finger tips any time, anywhere and on any computer that is linked to the World Wide Web. The concept of TheNetworkMarketingMagazine.com being a library, as my good friend John Milton Fogg has indicated, is actually more like the developing of your own personal business library. But just like any other professional’s library, this is your personal business library. And remember, just like any other library, you would not expect to go in and read everything that is in that library. Don’t stress out! TheNetworkMarketingMagazine.com is the same, in that, you

take and use what is pertinent for you, right now, and the rest will be available to you as you need it.

Again, thank you John Milton Fogg for your insight and for the rest of you, please enjoy TheNetworkMarketingMagazine.com! Aim high! George Madiou


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