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Aviation Electronic Technicians Behind the Scene

2 Feb

A recent post from our TechCareers blog:

Humans have been fascinated with flying ever since Wilbur and Orville Wright first took flight in 1903. The ability to step foot in to a grounded airplane and moments later be hovering above land was an unimaginable feat conquered by the brothers Wright, and one that seems so miniscule now due to the amount of flying done each day. Continue reading

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Meet Claire, TSTC Publishing’s Newest Intern

8 Jun

TSTC Publishing is welcoming another Baylor bear to its ranks. My name is Claire Moncla, and I am senior professional writing major and public relations minor from Houston, Texas. This is my second internship, and I am excited to get to know another side of the writing world.

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Lust, Violence, Religion Author Profile: Andrea Turner

19 Mar

Like her husband, Bradley T. Turner, who wrote and compiled essays for TSTC Publishing’s forthcoming book, Lust, Violence, Religion: Life in Historic Waco, Andrea Turner is a Waco native with a penchant for the town’s rich history and colorful past. She co-wrote and researched “Lord Have Mercy: The Horrific Tornado of 1953” in the book.

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Take a Poll About Free Webinars

17 Mar

Got a book in you? Interested in writing, editing and/or book design? How about marketing a book? Take TSTC Publishing’s poll to help us design upcoming free book publishing Webinars. We’re looking at taking our acquired knowledge of book publishing and making it available to aspiring authors, designers, editors and anyone else with an interest in the book industry.

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Book gets double-takes at TCCTA conference

10 Mar

A book that promises lust, violence and religion within its covers had some doing double-takes at TSTC Publishing’s exhibit booth at the recent Texas Community College Teachers Association conference in Houston.

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No Money for Books? No Problem!

2 Mar

No money for actual books? There are multiple sources that can help overcome that obstacle, without having to deal with finding a library that has a specific book available, and it can be done from the comfort of the home. There are a couple Web sites that allow readers to exchange books for books, as well as sites that have books accessible online.

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iPad’s Potential Impact on Textbook Publishing

26 Feb

“Last time there was this much excitement about a tablet, it had some commandments written on it.” Martin Peers of The Wall Street Journal made this statement about Apple’s newest brainchild, the iPad, before its introduction on January 27, 2010. Measuring 0.5 inches thick and weighing in at a mere 1.5 pounds, the iPad has more than 140,000 available applications as well as a ten-hour battery life. Most of the current e-readers on the market today, such as the Kindle and the Nook, only allow e-books to be viewed in grayscale. The iPad will offer all content in full, high-resolution color on its 9.7-inch screen.

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