Sens Critique: Social Book and Culture Reviews, the French Way

In Europe by Olivia Snaije

By Olivia Snaije PARIS: “It’s all about de-materialization,” says Clément Apap, co-founder of Sens Critique (Critical Sense), a new virtual library for books, films, TV series, graphic novels and music –- which launched in December and has already attracted 85,000 users. Users can join Sens Critique for free or simply adopt the site as something akin to a cultural magazine. …

Bonus Material: 50 Web Sites to Improve Your Writing

In Discussion by Edward Nawotka

There are different schools of thought as to whether writing is a natural gift or something that can be taught and nurtured. What’s undeniable is that there are tens of thousands of people out there willing to offer you advice, some of who charge dearly for it. (Thank you MFA programs!) Fortunately, Smashing Magazine — an amazing site for Web …

Bonus Material: How to Create Paperless Business Cards

In Discussion by Edward Nawotka

By Edward Nawotka Honestly, I find nothing more annoying than after a good conversation with someone to discover that I’m not carrying any business cards. They’re so small, so essential…and so, irrelevant? Perhaps it’s true that in this age of paperless email and Twitter it’s just as easy to send someone a text or SMS with your information. Sure, but …