Create a Card Catalog. After reading a book, a student completes an index card with information about the book. The front of the card includes details such as title, author, and date published along with a two- to three-sentence synopsis of the book. On the back of the card, the student writes a paragraph critiquing the book. Students might even rate the book using a teacher-created five-star rating system. Example: A five-star book is "highly recommended; a book you can't put down." Completed cards are kept in a card file near the classroom bookshelf or in the school library.
What Steve Jobs was doing with the iPod and iTunes was he came out — and I urge anybody to go back and listen to his Macworld presentation from 2001, where he shows a picture of a Mac in the middle, and he shows around it a VCR and a digital camera and a CD player and a Palm Pilot — and he said, “Your life is becoming digital. Your pictures are digital, your movies are digital, both the ones you watch and the ones you take. And your music is digital. And in no place is this experience worse than with music. So, we’re going to help you manage your digital life.” And then, he introduces the iPod and iTunes.
This book will have zero facts, a bunch of BS and excuses, and a lot of whining and complaining about how it wasn’t her fault but everyone else’s. It should be called, “What I Wish Everyone Would Believe Happened”. If she wrote an honest book, she could call it, “How Crippling Mental Illness and Insurmountable Character Flaws Cost Me the Election”.
Unfortunately, we all know how this will end up. She will write a book that is full of excuses for why this is not her fault because she can’t stand the idea that she is a horrible person who ran a terrible campaign based on ideas that nobody in America wanted, because her personal flaws must keep her up at night.
I’m also willing to bet that if this book only sells six copies, she will buy several million of them herself and then pay someone to claim her book is in the top ten of some list.
Some people just don’t know when to crawl back under the rock where they came from.