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Animal Crossing New Horizons: Bug’s First Day

I’m not even going to bother explaining what it took in order to get my hands on a Nintendo Switch and a copy of “Animal Crossing: New Horizons” in time for the release date. All that matters is I got it and I love it.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #61 BONUS: Musosoup Reimagines Music Industry PR

Whether you’re a blogger or a music journalist looking for stories, or a musician or a publicist looking for coverage, Musosoup has completely streamlined public relations for the music industry.

Gone are the days of press releases for upcoming singles drowning in an abyss of emails. Now, you can easily distribute, manage, and search for hot new tracks directly from your web browser.

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Review: Conscious by Annaka Harris

Using neuroscience, psychology, and philosophy as her compass, Annaka Harris guides the reader through the mystery of consciousness in “Conscious: A Brief Guide to the Fundamental Mystery of the Mind.”

Keeping the journey short, sweet, and digestible, Harris manages to present the big question in just a little over 100 pages – an impressive feat, considering the debate has spanned over multiple centuries.

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Love Thy Doctor: Recent Statistics Say Otherwise

Do you love your doctor, the health care specialist who you’re supposed to entrust with your life and wellbeing?

If you don’t, you’re not alone. A recent Vanguard Communications study shows that doctors are 72 percent more likely to receive a one-star review than lawyers.

Yet, most of the online-complaints against doctors aren’t about the physicians themselves, rather, the practice they work in. But the blame still tends to fall on the doctor.

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