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Advice to young people, just leaving college?

1. Work hard.
2. Be kind.
3. Learn to write properly.

The first two are pretty obvious to most. The third one, however...

Seriously, if you want to make yourself useful to business right out of leaving college, as opposed to waiting tables until you're 45, learn how to write well.

No, you don't have to be a novelist or a journalist or a celebrity blogger to get paid. In fact, those are pretty effective ways to ensure that you don't get paid.

But there is a HUGE need in most businesses for better communication, both internal and external. And that need, though very real, is mostly unmet.

A while ago, we were looking to hire a writer to help us with our workload. So we emailed an old friend, a famous online publisher in New York with a nine-figure online content company, asking if he could recommend anyone.

"Are you kidding?" he said. "Good writers are rarer than hen's teeth, even around here."

So, if you're a college senior or recent graduate who's depressed because you decided to study English or the humanities instead of business, tech, engineering, pre-Med etc, don't be. We've just given you a clear path forward. Totally go for it!!

Information vs Knowledge 2.0

(Offer ends 11:59 p.m. June 13th or when sold out)
"Information Knowledge" was released a couple of years ago. It is a pretty staid affair. It's not particularly humorous, it's just a solid, visual insight. 

But boy, did it go viral. Don't ask us why. It just did. 

It was shared over 66,000 times just on one Tumblr, ASAPSCIENCE. It morphed into scores of riffs of the image, turning it  into a meme, covering everything from bureaucracy to creativity and religion. 

It has been published in dozens of books, scholarly journals, and white papers. 

Because the meme continues, we are publishing a second edition (the first one sold out in a day). This one is was colored in a much more vibrant blue and red. It is 8" x 10", signed, limited edition size of 250. 

So here is your chance to own an original piece of internet history, for just one easy payment of

Your kids will thank you later...
Own Information Knowledge 2nd Edition
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